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April 7, 2010

Dell unveils new Latitude E-Family laptops

Feature Intel Core i5 and Core i7 processors, fast DDR3 memory and HD displays

By CBR Staff Writer

Dell has extended its Latitude E-Family laptops lineup with one semi-rugged system and two mainstream models featuring new Intel Core i5 and Core i7 processors, fast DDR3 memory, HD displays and a choice of three colours.

According to Dell, the mainstream laptops, 14.1-inch E6410 and 15.6-inch E6510 feature a 3-megapixel camera and optional discrete graphics from Nvidia for mobile collaboration and advanced productivity. The E6410 ATG is a 14.1-inch semi-rugged laptop that meets the MIL STD 810F for shock, vibration, temperature, humidity and altitude.

The new laptops include features and capabilities such as fast response free fall sensor that prevents data loss from drops; optional Dell Latitude ON technology that allows access to e-mail, calendar and contacts without booting up; and energy smart power management setting to reduce energy consumption.

In addition, select configurations of the Dell Latitude E6410 are optimised for Microsoft Office Communicator for increased mobile collaboration. Dell ControlVault, which is standard on these systems, offers secure fingerprint authentication implementations with full on-chip; built-in contactless card reader for convenient authentication and log-in; embedded one-time-password token capability; and single sign-on.

Dell said that it has also developed free tools to help customers image, deploy and manage laptops and desktops using Microsoft System Center, including, Dell Client Deployment Pack for System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) to help simplify deployment and Dell Client Update Catalog for SCCM to help simplify system updates.

Dell Latitude E6410 and E6510 price start at $1,129 and $1,164, respectively.

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