Dell introduces a new portable laptop and upgraded mobile workstation

Friday, February 12, 2010

Dell Inc. introduced new notebook Latitude 13 and a mobile workstation with the dual-processor Dell Precision M6500. Portable notebook Latitude 13 and a mobile workstation with the dual-processor Dell Precision M6500 conceived as an important addition to its line of commercial PCs Dell.

Dell Latitude 13 provides the performance and flexibility in their daily work and cares for the IT budget. Features such as remote control, optional microphone and webcam, as well as functions that connect on the go, make it possible to work with full dedication. Certified for use by Citrix and VMware, Latitude 13 supports the virtualization of desktop systems. This workstation ensures users desired mobility in combination with security and management features needed IT services. Permanent link through the optional mobile broadband connection to WWAN, Bluetooth interface or a wireless LAN, 802.11g / n helps users keep in touch at any place where they would not have worked. Is also worth noting optional external Blu-ray drive and the ability to upload photos using card reader 5-in-1. Orders for Dell Latitude 13 will be taken in the coming weeks.

Powerful Mobile Workstation Dell Precision M6500 now comes with dual-core processors, next-generation Intel Core i7 and Core i5. The main design features of Dell Precision M6500 include:
Ability to select quad-core processor Intel Core i7-920XM Quad Core Extreme Edition, a dual-core processor Core i7 Dual Core or i5 Dual Core with a high-speed memory, 1066 MHz, 1333 MHz or 1600 MHz.
Support for 32 - and 64-bit versions of Microsoft Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, as well as 64-bit Red Hat Linux 5.3.
Optional 17-inch screen is backlit with RGB-based LED modules without the unused area on the edges and with the ability to fully control range of colors. Optional support RAID5 and three internal drive.

With support for three internal drives and SSD MiniCard capacity of 64 GB, users can add up to two additional hard drives in RAID 0 or RAID0 1 of a total capacity of over 1 TB. The system can be supplemented with optional 3.2-megapixel camera and USB 3.0 support for wireless networking Gobi 2.0. Orders for versions of Dell Precision M6500 with dual-core processor will be taken in the coming weeks.