Dell today unveiled new additions to its portfolio of business-class computers. The three new devices include the Latitude 10-inch touch-enabled tablet, the Latitude 6430u Ultrabook and a touch-enabled OptiPlex 9010 All-in-One desktop.
The Latitude 10 is a 10-inch tablet that takes advantage of the latest advances in touch-enabled applications and allows businesses to bring tablets into their enterprises. It suppors existing Microsoft productivity applications and plugging into existing management consoles. Like all Latitude products, the Latitude 10 is engineered for business productivity by providing easy support and maintenance like a swappable battery and security options like Dell Data Protection Encryption, which encrypts all data from the hard drive to the USB port. The device also includes a fingerprint reader and smart card reader for effective two-factor authentication.
The Latitude 6430u is a 14-inch Ultrabook designed to meet MIL-STD-810G testing, a United States Military test standard where systems are subjected to the harshest conditions. Its new design is 33 percent slimmer and 16 percent lighter than Dell's current 14-inch Latitude notebook. Preliminary battery life testing shows all-day productivity with a single battery charge.
The mobile Latitude 6430u also offers the security and manageability businesses need with data protection in Dell Data Protection Encryption and manageability with Intel vPro Technology and Dell extensions.
The sleek OptiPlex 9010 23-inch All-in-One offers options for a multipoint touchscreen, fixed or rotating camera, and an articulating stand.
The Latitude 10, Latitude 6430u and OptiPlex 9010 AIO will be available for sale with the launch of Windows 8.