Dell updated the Latitude series of pro laptops, launching with 10th generation Intel processors up to Core i7.
There are four new Latitude models in all, with 13.3 and 14-inch laptops (7310 and 7410) at the heart of the range with the option of a 4K low blue light screen for increased eye comfort. These are also configurable as 2-in-1s should you want.
And there’s also a 12.3-inch Latitude 7210, too, which is pretty much a more business-orientated Surface Pro 7 – like that tablet it also has a 3:2 display. There are two Thunderbolt 3 ports, too as well as support for 4G LTE. Naturally, it has a touchscreen and stylus.
Then, at the top of the range, are the 9000 Series laptops designed for portability and longevity – these are quite similar in basic appearance to other Dell premium laptops.
The 9510 is 5G ready using Qualcomm’s X55 modem and starts at around 1.3kg – it promises up to 34 hours of battery life and is compliant with Intel’s Project Athena specification for thin and light laptops. The 9510 and 9410 have Thunderbolt 3 ports and HDMI for connection to displays while you’re out and about.
Both 9000 Series laptops also include support for the latest Wi-Fi 6 standard and have between 256GB and 2TB of SSD storage.