Mobile phones may be the top celebrities of our tech market, but we cannot neglect notebooks, since these are the devices that really get work tasks done during most days. People really enjoy using premium laptops: they are usually solid, look great without being too flashy, come with almost no bloat ware, have innovative functions like fingerprint scanners and often rock matte displays.
That takes us to Dell’s recent Latitude laptop computers, offering the 7275 or the 7370 versions to its clients. The Latitude 7275 is a hybrid device with very light frame for maximum portability and a screen size of 12.5”.
People can opt between 4K and Full HD displays, multi-touch features, anti-fingerprint case or Gorilla Glass screens. They get to choose between different 6th-gen chip sets and receive SSD storage space that can be configured anyway they want with versions going from 128 GB to 512 GB, back lit keyboards and USB docking.
Since this is a convertible gadget, once users have finished the yearly revenue forecasts or other complex tasks, just detach the display and chill out by watching crazy video clips on social networks. The Latitude 7275’s larger sibling, the 7370, might be preferable for heavy usage.
To begin with, it is made of graphite for additional durability and it features a 13.5” screen. People have various options between FullHD, anti-glare non-touch screen and QHD anti-glare multi-touch display secured with Gorilla Glass.
The devices can be linked to a pair of 4K external screens at the same time through Thunderbolt 3. As some would anticipate, clients can configure the system any way they want, by select a processor, RAM management or SSD storage space.
Other available choices are the fingerprint sensor and contactless readers with embedded NFC. The bad aspect is that potential buyers will not be able to find for the latest Dell laptops so quickly at their nearby shop.
They are appropriate company notebooks and will mainly be marketed through business sales programs. Still, if you are fed up with consumer-grade computers with their cheap frame and loads of pre-loaded bloat ware, it will be indicated to search them on the Internet too.
The designer versions come from Project Sputnik, a Dell venture that began with the concept of developing a designer laptop. According to them, the work first obtained $40K in investments and has gotten over $10 million in sales, just by concentrating on designers. Thus far, the only version that is said to be offered in the next week is Dell’s Precision 7510 workstation.
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