Dell’s New Latitude 13 Windows Ultrabook is 4G, Has Detachable Display and Intel Core M Broadwell Processor
Ultrabooks aren’t as popular as they once were, probably mainly because of the rise of cheap Windows tablets and hybrids on the market. But Dell thinks otherwise, that’s why it is bringing soon the newest Latitude 13 Ultrabook to consumers.
The new Windows-based Dell Latitude 13 7000 Series is a 2-in-1 ultrabook with a detachable display that you can use as a tablet. More and more hybrids are flooding the market, as proof that consumers like the idea of being able to detach the display and take it with them for a more portable experience. The convertible is powered by an Intel Core M Broadwell processor, but we don’t know at the moment the clocked frequency.
Dell’s latest Latitude Ultrabook for business looks more than decent
The Latitude 13 7000 Series is the world’s most secure 2-in-1 device, combining a lightweight business Ultrabook™ and a detachable 13-inch tablet in one powerful device without compromise. Offering true business productivity, users can work how they want, where they want with all-day battery life and a full business-class backlit keyboard, bolstered by the latest generation Intel® Core™ M processors.
When paired with accessories purposefully designed by Dell for this device including a carrying case, sleeve, power companion and universal dongle, the Latitude 13 7000 Series 2-in-1 delivers ultra-mobile professionals a first-class productivity experience. And IT will value managing just one secure, manageable and reliable device, versus separate laptops and tablets.
The Latitude 13 7000 Series should be available by the end of October for a starting price of somewhere around $110. Let’s have a look at its main tech specs:
- 13.3 inch, 1920 x 1080 pixel IPS touchscreen display
- Intel HD 5300 graphics
- 30Whr battery in the tablet as well as an optional 20 Whr battery in the keyboard base
- Up to 8GB of RAM
- Up to 512GB of solid state storage
- 4G and HSPA+ connectivity, SmartCard reader, fingerprint reader, and NFC
- Option for an active stylus and 8MP rear camera
- 2MP front-facing camer
- 802.11ac WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, 2 USB 3.0 ports, a docking connector, Sd card reader, and a backlit keyboard.
Judging by its price and features that it comes with, we’re looking at yet another product aimed for power users, such as IT experts or business users. So, if you have been a long-time Dell customers, you’ll find this as an interesting proposition.
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