Dell Latitude 7000 Series, 5000 Series, 3000 Series Launched

Posted: Aug 27 2013, 12:00am CDT | by , in Notebooks and PCs


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Dell Latitude 7000 Series, 5000 Series, 3000 Series launched

Dell doesn't compromise when it comes to ultrabooks and laptops.

Just before the month of August ends, the company announced a slew of ultrabooks and laptops under the 7000 Series, 5000 Series, and 3000 Series. These series come in touch-display options which is perfect for business-class computing.

Under the 7000 Series, Dell has the Latitude 12 and the Latitude 14. These ultrabooks feature Dell's advanced data protection technology such as authentication and malware prevention. Both ultrabooks, Dell says, are crafted using the best materials including spill-resistant keyboards, LCD seals, reinforced magnesium alloy, brushed aluminum, powder-coated underside, and more. The Dell 7000 Series starts with a 12-inch model that only weighs 1.3 kilograms.

On the other hand, Dell's Latitude 14 and Latitude 15 5000 Series are made to meet most of the workforce needs in today's business environment. Available in 14.1-inch and 15.6-inch display options, the 5000 Series are powered by Intel Core i7 processors and backed with Solid State Hybrid Drive options.

And finally, the Latitude 3000 Series are Dell's latest entry-level laptions that feature 4th-generation Intel Core processors, 2GB of RAM, and 14-inch and 15.6-inch touch display flavors.

As per availability and pricing, the Dell Latitude 7000 Series is available on September 12th with prices starting at $1,049. The Latitude 3000 Series will also be available on September 12th, but the retail price is much lesser, starting at $599. Dell's Latitude 5000 Series is coming late in October at an undisclosed price.

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