Dell’s new Latitude 13 3000 laptop comes with USB Type-C at only $699
When it comes to Windows products, we all know that they can really have broad ranges of products. Moreover, not only Microsoft offers such devices, but there are also lots of other companies who base their products on this operating system. However, the recent technological trends have seen manufacturers crossing the boundaries between one type of device and the other, which resulted in many hybrids on the market. For instance, we could see laptops with touchscrens that turn into tablets or the other way around.
Dell doesn’t fall behind in this continuous competition for hybrid products and it has recently announced the latest laptop. Their latest product targets business customers and is called Latitude 13 3000 Series Convertible.
Just like a convertible car is not a regular one, so is the Latitude 13 3000 Series, which doesn’t work like a traditional device. It got that name because it can always be converted into a tablet, and this is possible because it has a folding hinge.
Regarding its specs, the Latitude 13 runs on an Intel Pentium CPU, it uses a 128 GB SSD and 4 GB RAM. It comes with Windows 10 Pro and it offers the customers a 1080p touchscreen that measures 13 inches. It has a webcam that is compatible with Windows Hello and a variety of USB ports, such as 2.0, 3.0 and Type-C, as well as a backlit keyboard which offers it a plus in style.
If you would like a more powerful device, you can always upgrade to the other model, which is based on a i3 or i5 Core processor. The i3 version comes with 8 GB RAM and 256 GB on the SSD, while the i5 is equipped with 16 GB RAM and a 512 GB SSD. You can purchase the devices right from the company’s website at prices ranging from $699 up to $1099.
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