Dell’s skinny Latitude Ultrabooks get Haswell boost

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By Kane Fulton

Dell has souped up its Latitude 3000, 5000 and 7000 corporate Ultrabook and laptop ranges to include Intel’s fourth-generation Haswell CPU and optional touchscreens.

Its new flagship 7000 Series models flaunt Ultrabook stylings, available in a 12- and 14-inch model.

The 12-inch edition measures 20mm thick and weighs 1.3kg, coming in at just a smidgeon plumper than Apple’s 13-inch MacBook Air (17mm thick) and weighing the same.

But that beauty isn’t skin deep as the Ultrabooks feature Dell’s Intel vPro capabilities for remote BIOS management, are backwards compatible with previous E-Series Latitude docks and are configured with government-grade system disk encryption.

Dell claims that the high-end models are a solid option for business and home users alike. The laptops run on Intel ultra-low voltage processors in i5 or i7 variations, are housed in brushed aluminium cases reinforced with magnesium alloy and can be quipped with a full-HD display.

If you’re not that enamoured with a touchscreeen, you can pick one up now from £789. Touch screen versions are due to see the light of day on September 12.
Tough laptops

They are joined by new 5000 Series laptops available in 14.1-inch or 15.6-inch sizes. As with the 7000 series models, they are protected by Corning’s Gorilla Glass NBT, which the company claims is 10 times stronger than the soda lime glass that’s standard on today’s industry models.

The laptops come in optional SSD or hybrid SSD configurations and feature mobile broadband, Bluetooth and Wireless LAN connectivity. They are also compatible with Dell’s existing Latitude E-family docking stations.

At the budget end are Dell’s new 3000 Series models, which feature a more traditional laptop design but can be upgraded with discrete graphics packing up to 2GB RAM.

Available at a starting price of £429, you will also be able to pick both the 3000 Series and 5000 Series models from September 12. Read more

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Dell’s XPS 12 with Intel’s Haswell processor Offers 9.5 hours Battery life

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Dell unveiled their latest PCs with Intel’s Haswell processor, Dell’s XPS 12. It is a laptop-tablet hybrid,and the battery life of it is 9.5 hours.

 Dell's XPS 12 with Intel's Haswell processor

Dell’s XPS 12 with Intel’s Haswell processor

The thin and light-weight XPS twelve has been redesigned and can associate with Intel’s Core i5 or i7 chips, reckoning on the configuration. The laptop’s battery life is quite 3 hours longer than its precursor, same Cami Collins, XPS product manager at dingle.

The laptop’s announcement coincides with Intel’s launch of Haswell chips at Computex trade exhibition in Taiwan. Intel has claimed that Haswell chips can improve laptop computer battery life by five hundredth compared to previous Core processors code-named vine Bridge, that shipped last year.

The XPS twelve offers laptop computer and pill practicality because of a revolving screen connected to the hinge. The screen is turned in a very circular motion and placed flat on the keyboard to show the device into a pill.

The screen cannot be detached, therefore the device might feel thicker and bulkier than keyboard-free tablets. The device is 1st a laptop computer, and might be a pill once required, Collins same.

There ar many folks inquisitive about hybrids and would love a keyboard, Collins same. For people who desire a pill 1st, dingle offers XPS ten and Latitude ten, to that a separate keyboard accent is connected, Collins same.

The laptop computer is additionally 63%t quicker, and graphics ar one.6% quicker than the precursor, dingle claimed. The laptop computer includes a full high-definition screen and NFC (near-field communication) capabilities.

Starting at $1,119, the XPS twelve can become obtainable worldwide, tho’ a date wasn’t proclaimed. The hybrid can vie against a bevy of dual-functionality devices being proclaimed at Computex by Acer, MSI and alternative firms.

Dell additionally proclaimed the XPS twenty seven all-in-one with Haswell processors and Windows eight. The all-in-one includes a 2560 x 1440-pixel screen, and a Thunderbolt port therefore peripherals like auxiliary storage devices is connected to the computer. The computer supports up to 2TB of storage. it’s priced beginning at $1,599 and can become obtainable worldwide in June. facultative solid-state drive storage and Nvidia distinct graphics cards ar obtainable.

Dell additionally proclaimed the XPS 8700 desktop with Haswell chips for users WHO wish the flexibility to expand, upgrade and connect peripherals. The desktop will support up to 32GB of memory and 4TB of storage in four bays. It additionally has six USB three.0 ports to host external peripherals. the value of the desktop wasn’t in real time obtainable, however it’ll become obtainable worldwide.

 

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Dell Released Windows 8-based Inspiron 15z ultrabook

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Dell expands with the latest addition to the Inspironseries as the Inspiron 15z expand ultrabook priced at Rs 41,990 excluding taxes. The Ultrabook comes with a 15.6-inch LED-backlit (1366×768), and sports a stylish aluminum frame 21mm just fine Silver Moon and variants Fire Red, with a weight of 2.17 kg. The Inspiron 15z runs on Windows 8 includes an optical drive and an integrated 1 megapixel HD widescreen (1280 x 720) webcam. There is another version of the touchscreen ultrabook measuring 23mm thick and weighing 2.46 kg. This version is in Moon Silver only.The ultrabook available from third Driven generation Intel Core i3/i5/i7 with up to 8GB of RAM. Configurations It has 2GB DDR3 NVIDIA GeForce GT630M graphics unit. The device has a full keyboard backlit and spill-resistant standard touchpad with multi-gesture and scrolling gestures integrated with Windows 8 The Inspiron 15z comes with support Intel Rapid Start technology, Intel Smart Response and a 6-cell 44 Wh battery that promises to work more hours. It also features Intel WiDi (Wireless FHD 1080p / 5.1 Surround), with videos and pictures of users with their wireless system for home entertainment. Other connectivity options include Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Ultra v4.0.The book also offers Skullcandy speakers with Waves MaxxAudio4 audio processing for optimum sound quality. It supports multiple sites and different ports including 3 USB 3.0, 1 USB 3.0 Share Power, Ethernet RJ45, HDMI v1.4a, headphone / microphone combo jack, Kensington security lock and AC power-in port . Commenting on the machine newly launched Shishir Singh, Director of Product Marketing, Dell India said, “At Dell, we always try to find something innovative that simultaneously address all the needs of our customers, the Dell heir has the power and versatility of the package and with that thin and. Inspiron 15z thin, we have a revolutionary product in the Inspiron series. Inspiron 15z combines sophisticated style with a sleek and glamorous with the best technology in its class to its users a memorable experience. “

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