New line-up of Dell Latitude 7000, 5000 and 3000 series notebooks revealed at Dell Technologies World

New line-up of Dell Latitude 7000, 5000 and 3000 series notebooks revealed at Dell Technologies World

Most people on the street would be familiar with Dell as one of the largest notebook vendors on the planet. More business-oriented people will likely be more familiar with their Dell EMC arm who are one of the world’s leading providers of virtualisation, data center and cloud computing solutions.

The recently concluded Dell Technologies World (DTW) 2019 which was held in Las Vegas draws in over 15,000 movers and shakers from over 100 countries to see the latest solutions Dell has to offer and among the line-up of next gen datacenter solutions and services from Dell EMC and their partners, Dell also released their latest line-up of Dell Latitude 7000, Latitude 5000 and Latitude 3000 series notebooks for corporate concerns.

In keeping with many businesses looking for a powerful yet secure portable computing solution for their employees, the new tenth generation Dell Latitude range of notebooks offers all that and more.

On top of  slicker, sleeker and lighter chassis across the board that are configurable based on budget and mission , the new Dell Latitude range also have upgraded internals and significantly more secure biometric sign-in and multi-factor security options that ensure data security even when employees are working remotely offsite.

Depending on model, many of the tenth generation Latitude notebooks can be equipped with fingerprint readers and IR cameras for Windows Hello verification, Smart Card readers with SafeID and Dell’s SafeBIOS utility to prevent tampering by verifying any changes to the BIOS securely from the cloud.

In keeping with the concerns of IT departments in managing a large inventory of portable computing assets, the new Dell Latitude line-up are also easier to manage, support and deploy from the ground up on account of deep integration with Dell Technologies Unified Workspace solution. Here’s a quick recap of what the new series has to offer.

Dell Latitude 7000 series

Spearheaded by the svelte Latitude 7200 2-in-1 which has a 12-inch form factor, the Dell Latitude 7000 series are the world’s smallest premium business class notebooks available in the market. The range is hewn of machined aluminium and carbon fiber for lightness and durability along with a unique variable-torque, drop-hinge designed for easier one-finger opening. The range also integrates Dell’s SafeScreen tech to minimise peepers when working in public by narrowing the notebook’s field of view.


All of the Dell Latitude 7000 series notebooks can also be equipped with up to 32GB RAM, have 20% better battery life to the tune of 20 hours depending on configuration and also sport 4×4, CAT16 dynamic cellular antennas for gigabit LTE speeds.


Dell Latitude 5000 series

Intended as mainstream business notebooks, Dell’s tenth generation Latitude 5000 series come in 13-inch, 14-inch and 15-inch form factors, have reinforced carbon fiber chassis and boast of exceptional battery life with about 20 hours or so of active run time. Depending on configuration, the Dell Latitude 5000 series notebooks can come with HD, Full HD or touchscreen displays, up to the latest 8th generation Intel Core processors and optional discrete graphics.

Leading the line as the proverbial poster boy is the Latitude 5300 2-in-1 which has the enviable honour of being the world’s smallest mainstream business class 13-inch 2-in-1 notebook with a carry weight of 1.4kg while coming with a 1080P edge-to-edge touchscreen sheathed in Corning Gorilla Glass with up to 1TB storage and 32GB of RAM.

Dell Latitude 3000 series

Created for companies seeking entry-level business notebooks with enterprise features, the Dell Latitude 3000 series notebooks are revamped with new looks and a smaller form factor in your choice of 14-inch or 15-inch sizes as well as one unique 13-inch variant which Dell claims is the world’s smallest and lightest 13-inch essential business notebook.

How much does the Dell Latitude 7000, 5000 and 3000 series notebooks cost?

As these notebooks are intended for enterprise and business use while coming in a variety of different configurations, it’s rather hard to tack a price tag on them. For more details or to get a quote on how much they cost, swing by


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