Dell unveils three new laptop lines aimed at consumers across the board


2013-10-03 14.45.14

Dell has just unveiled the latest additions to its already robust lineup of mobile PCs. The Latitude 7000 Series Ultrabooks, Latitude 5000 Series and Latitude 3000 Series Laptops all give users, from corporate, education and small business, the power, reliability and security they need to get the job done. All the devices come in both touch and non-touch variants, and Windows 8.

“These exciting additions to the Latitude line provide our commercial customers what the’ve been asking or by bringing touch capability to the workspace at desirable price points,” said Christopher Papa, country manager, Dell Philipines. “The new Latitude 7000 Series builds on the success of the award-winning XPS and Latitude 6430u to redefine the corporate laptop, complete with security, manageability, reliability and beautiful design. And with the Latitude 5000 and 3000 Series, we’ve addressed the needs of today’s dynamic workforce by enabling easy entry into business-class computing.”

Those whose primary concern is security need not look further than the Latitude 12 and 14 7000 series ultrabooks. These devices offer class-leading security thanks to Dell Data Protection solutions that allow for powerful data encryption and malware protection. The laptops also strengthen Dell’s reputation for reliability with brushed aluminum, reinforced magnesium alloy, steel hinges, carbon fiber, and spill resistant keyboards and screens. The touch-enabled laptops come with extra-strong Corning Gorilla Glass NBT, the laptop equivalent of the super-tough smartphone and tablet glass. They also have strike zone shock absorbers, free-fall sensors and hard-drive isolators to protect against bumps and falls.

The Latitude 5000 and Latitude 3000 laptops are the perfect complement to the top-of-the-line ultrabook. The Latitude 5000 line comes with 14- and 15.6-inch screens with up to Intel Core i7, ultra low voltage processors, SSDs, discrete graphics and even mobile broadband connectivity options for a constant connection wherever you find yourself. The Latitude 3000 series comes in the same screen sizes, and feature the same durability upgrades as its higher-spec brothers. They come with Fourth Generation Intel Core processors, business class discrete graphics options and are a slim 21mm.

The Dell Latitude 7000 series starts at about PHP45,000, the 3000 series at approximately PHP 26,000 and the 5000 series will arrive by the end of this month.