The Dell Latitude 5000, 7000 and 9000 arrive prematurely and let us see their main features before being released during CES 2021.
Dell has continued its strategy of every year, launching products highlighted at CES, either in person or online as in this case. The new products, apart from the occasional monitor as we have seen, are based on its Latitude family, which integrates Intel 11th Gen processors and are certified by Intel EVO.
For now, Dell has shared some details of its new Latitude. The 9000 series implements a privacy-oriented camera Since it is implemented in the keyboard itself and it will only be exposed if it is being used, so that we can quickly check if it is being used or not. This camera integrates SafeShutter technology and it’s about the first webcam that is able to sync with software to open and close automatically.
The Dell Latitude 9000 comes with a camera integrated with the software to deploy and close automatically
On the other hand, in the 7000 series and more specifically the Dell Latitude 7520, now offers options to a UHD display in its 15.6 “, in addition to the more traditional FHD. While for the lower part of the range, the Latitude 5420, focuses on the sustainability of the planet by being manufactured largely with materials manufactured while offering high quality Dell’s own.
Dell has already announced the prices of the new 2021 Latitude, although it has not yet revealed all its specifications.
- Dell Latitude 9420: $ 1949 (available spring)
- Dell Latitude 9520 – Not Announced Yet (Available Spring)
- Dell Latitude 7520: $ 1,649 (available January 12)
- Dell Latitude 5420: $ 1049 (available January 12)