Dell’s new Latitude 9330 has collaboration features built into the touchpad

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Dell is launching a series of new Latitude and Precision products. The list includes the Latitude 9330, as well as the Precision 7670, and Precision 7770. There’s even a special Precision 5470 25th Anniversary Edition, too. The highlight is the Latitude 9330, the world’s first laptop with a unique new collaboration touchpad.

Somewhat going the route of the Asus Screenpad 2.0, which is a touchscreen in the touchpad on Asus laptops, the Latitude 9330 brings conference call features right at your fingertips. The touchpad has controls for microphones, camera, sharing screen, as well as chat options for when in meetings (they disappear when the meeting ends.) This is an all-new 13.3-inch ultra-premium 2-in-1 and it looks a lot like an XPS 13 2-in-1 with a slim bezel 90% screen to body radio 16:10 aspect ratio display that can be configured up to QHD+

CPU options include 12th generation Intel Core i7 vPro processors, and LPDDR5 memory can be configured up to 32GB, with Storage going up to 1TB or a 256GB self-encrypting drive. Other cool features include upward-firing speakers with intelligent running, 4G and 5G options, fast charging support, and AI-based background noise elimination. Note that the webcam is also FHD. Pricing has not yet been announced, but availability is set for June 2022 worldwide.



As for the Precision 7670 and 7770, these laptops are quite powerful. The Precision 7670 gives you a best-in-class front-of-screen experience that doesn’t compromise on power in a 16-inch form factor. It is available in two chassis options—thin and performance—allowing added configurations. The Precision 7770, meanwhile, is the world’s most powerful 17-inch mobile workstation offering the highest scalability across the portfolio and providing desktop-like performance on the go. Both laptops are set for release FYW2 worldwide, with pricing to be confirmed nearer to the shipping dates. CPU options include Intel’s most powerful options, Core i9 55 watts, and Intel VPro. GPU options include up to Nvidia RTX A5500 graphics.

Note that these Precision models include Dell’s CAMM (Compression Attached Memory Module) technology. This enables a thinner chassis, without giving up on performance. It also helps reduce waste when making components, too.

Moving along to the Precision 5470 25th Anniversary Edition, this is a special laptop for Dell fans. The laptop marks 25 years of Precision and comes with a special cobalt finish and etching to mark the occasion. Otherwise speaking, it’s the same as the Precision 5470 that was released last month.