Dell Introduces Privacy Screen And Pocket Projector

Posted: Sep 24 2008, 5:33am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 10:42am CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

 

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Dell has announced a new privacy screen for its Latitude E6400 notebook. The screen uses software to generate a pixel-based pattern that makes the display hard to read by users sitting to the side. Dell also announced the M109S projector.

The projector has 55 lumens and a resolution of 858 x 600. It can project up to 94.5-inches away. The projector retails for $499. Dell also announced two new mobile workstations, the Precision M6400 and the M6400 Covet. Both notebooks are ISV certified and pricing starts at $2599.

“Millions of conversations everyday give us insight into the needs of digital nomads who want to work anywhere on the planet at any time,” said Margaret Franco, director, Dell Product Group from a media event in Monaco. “We are continuing the momentum from the recent launch of our breakthrough line of Latitude laptops to give customers a new level of security, collaboration and quality.”

Via Dell

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