2016 Dell Vostro and Latitude Laptops Revealed

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2016 Dell Vostro 14 5000 Series (Model 5468) Laptop

The new Vostro 5000 Series 14-inch laptop provides sleek design with easy portability at only 18.5mm thin and a starting weight of only 1.59 kg [i]. The model offers an optional FHD display. The Vostro 14 5000 Series provides a premium look and feel with a smooth metal cover that comes in multiple colour options.

The laptop delivers powerful performance and expandability with Intel 7th Generation Core processor, up to GDDR5 4GB video memory, up to 1TB HDD, 256GB SSD or an optional dual drive HDD + SSD for easily adding more storage.

The laptop also offers up to 16GB memory, which can be expanded up to 32GB. Keeping security top of mind, the laptop provides an optional fingerprint reader with Windows Hello that lets customers log in with just a touch, and delivers commercial-grade security by providing hardware protection and storage for encryption keys with hardware TPM 2.0 (based on regional availability). The laptop’s HDMI and VGA ports allow users to connect to external devices, including multiple monitor displays with legacy ports.[ii]

[i] When equipped with optional UMA graphics and an SSD.

[ii] All options vary by region.


2016 Dell Vostro 14 3000 Series (Model 3468) Laptop

The next generation of the Vostro 3000 Series 14-inch laptop (model 3468) provides security options and reliable business productivity features for budget-conscious small-medium businesses. The laptop offers a lightweight and thin build, with multiple colour options (based on regional availability). With Intel 7th Generation Core processor, up to 1TB HDD, the new laptop provides the right productivity tools for small- to mid-size organisations. The laptop has multiple graphics options including 2GB discrete graphics for a performance boost when working with graphics-rich applications.

In addition, the Vostro 14 3000 laptop offers optional hardware TPM 2.0 for commercial-grade security and an optional built-in fingerprint reader with Windows Hello that enables users to log in quickly and securely with just a touch. The laptop’s HDMI and VGA ports allow users to connect to external devices, including multiple monitor displays with legacy ports. [adrotate banner=”5″]


2016 Dell Latitude 13 3000 Series (Model 3379) 2-in-1 Laptop

The Latitude portfolio was founded upon business-class security, manageability and reliability. This feature-packed Latitude 13 3000 convertible offers an upscale set of standard feature wrapped in a sleek, brushed aluminum design. The device works in 4 modes – laptop, tent, stand and tablet – to help make the most of the 360-degree hinge versatile design while Windows 10 Pro makes it easy to switch quickly between tablet and desktop mode.

The Latitude 13 3000 2-in-1 comes equipped with the latest Intel Core processors, memory up to 16 GB DDR4 213 3MHz, Intel HD graphics 520, and SSD up to 512 GB. The 13.3-inch display of this device features a FHD (1920 X 1080) Truelife LED-Backlit touch display with Wide Viewing Angle (IPS).


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The Dell Support Advantage

Dell understands that many small-medium businesses don’t have their own IT department. That’s why the new Dell laptops and two-in-one are backed by Dell’s award-winning support service, ProSupport Plus.

With Dell’s innovative SupportAssist technology, ProSupport Plus is the only complete support service combining 24×7 priority access to expert support, accidental damage repair, and proactive, predictive monitoring for automatic issue prevention and resolution. With the top quality support, small-medium businesses are equipped with a true partner in managing their end-to-end IT infrastructure.


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