Windows 8 powers Dell devices

  • Technology
  • Wednesday, 21 Nov 2012

Latitude 10


Dell seeks to put consumers in touch with cutting edge Windows 8 technology through its latest range of business and consumer computers which include the Latitude 10 tablet, Latitude 6430u Ultrabook and OptiPlex 9010 all-in-one PC.

Besides offering users the touchscreen experience inherent in Microsoft’s latest OS, the devices promise to rid users of the hassle of carrying multiple devices while offering enterprise class security and better access to data and applications.

The Latitude 10 is equipped with rich multimedia features, a swappable battery and robust security features. Other optional add-ons include a fingerprint and smartcard reader for two-factor authentication, a productivity dock and stylus. The 10in tablet can last up to 18 hours on a single charge.

Latitude 6430u

For corporate go-getters, the 14 in Latitude 6430u is a stylish Ultrabook with 10 hours of battery life. It also features WiGig, a multi-gigabit wireless technology for connecting to its dock.

The durability has also been improved — the Ultrabook now meets the United States’ Military MIL-STD 810G for stress testing.

OptiPlex 9010

Last but not least, the OptiPlex 9010 all-in-one PC provides consumers with multi-point touchscreen functionality, a fixed or rotating camera, and an articulating stand.

The 23in desktop has also been optimised for use with Microsoft Lync to provide better business connectivity to benefit commercial users.

The Latitude 10 is available now with a starting price of RM2,100, the Latitude 6430u starts at RM4,500, and the OptiPlex 9010, inclusive of camera, costs RM3,600 and above.


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