A few weeks ago, Dell unveiled a new suite of products specifically for business use: the Latitude 10 Tablet, the 6430u Ultrabook and the Optiplex 9010.
Latitude 10 Tablet
This sleek tablet runs with Windows 8 Pro and is designed to integrate easily into most business environments, what with its ability to be managed much like traditional PCs. It has an optional docking station, but also allows employees to collaborate via mobile broadband, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi options, front and rear webcams and an integrated microphone. Don’t worry about throwing it around—it also features a magnesium alloy frame and Corning Gorilla Glass. For companies with higher security needs, it supports TPM management, an optional smartcard and fingerprint reader, along with Dell Data Protection | Encryption options.
Latitude 6430u Ultrabook
This sleek, aesthetically pleasing Ultrabook is the ultimate work tool for employs of large to mid-size organizations. It’s rugged (meets US Military standards) with a magnesium alloy chassis, spill-resistant keyboard, a protective LCD seal and a fast solid state drive. It features a suite of business services, including Intel Configuration Services, Dell ProSupport, Dell Deployment and Dell ImageDirect. Like the Latitude 10 Tablet, it has the same security/data protection/encryption features. As far as connectivity goes, it has a wireless LAN, Bluetooth 4.0 and mobile broadband, as well as an integrated microphone and an HD webcam for on-the-go video conferencing.
It constantly amazes us just how sleek desktops are these days, and the OptiPlex 9010 All-in-One is no exception. Not only is it a space-saving desktop machine with an integrated power supply and an optional wireless mouse a keyboard, but it also features an optional multipoint touchscreen, a fixed or rotating camera, and an articulating stand. Powering the machine are Intel 2nd or 3rd generation Core VPro processors.
For more information on these products, visit the Dell site.