Dell has unveiled a host of new and improved products and software across its Latitude, XPS and Inspiron portfolios. “CES is the first show of the year, and with January often marked by ambitious resolutions, Dell comes to CES with new products that empower people to fulfill their highest potential,” said Sam Burd, president, Client Solutions Group, Dell. “We’re driving innovation and delivering devices and experiences to make work and play more fluid and enjoyable.”
Dell Latitude 7400 2-in-1
The new Latitude 7400 2-in-1 now use a proximity sensor enabled by Intel Context Sensing Technology, this 2-in-1 features ExpressSign-in which detects user presence, wakes the system, and immediately scans for facial recognition to log in with Windows Hello. Even when a user steps away for a break, it will recognize that they have left and will lock itself to preserve battery life and maintain security.
The Latitude 7400 2-in-1 is the commercial 14″ 2-in-12 laptop. It’s variable-torque hinge means that it can be opened easily, and it’s offered with a new Titan Gray machined aluminum finish. It will also be the first Latitude to use Dell’s ocean-bound plastics packaging, said the company.
Latitude is targeted for up to 24 hours of run time on a single charge, and Dell’s ExpressCharge gets the battery charged back up to 80% in just an hour, said the company.
XPS 13 now features top-mounted webcam
XPS 13 now comes with a new top-mounted webcam and a new frost color option. With 2.25-mm, XPS 13 offers small HD webcam with high quality. The XPS 13 also support Dolby Vision.
XPS 13 comes with quad-core 8th Gen Intel Core processors. The XPS 13 offers brighter arctic white woven glass fiber interior and a new frost anodized exterior color option, adding to its rose gold and white, and black and silver versions.
Inspiron 7000 2-in-1 improves functional design
The new 13″ and 15″ Inspiron 7000 2-in-1 devices features the latest 8th Gen Intel Core processors, upscale design with an aluminum body, narrow borders and a
diamond-cut finish on the click pad edge. Designed with form and functionality in mind, the new keyboard integrates the power button and fingerprint reader into a new power key as part of the keyboard itself. This allows for the addition of a number pad into a narrow-border 15″ 2-in-1 for the first time for Dell.
The new Inspiron 7000 2-in-1 devices also feature Adaptive Thermal technology enabling the system to adjust its performance profile based on how a customer is holding it. The device changes power profiles to generate less heat when watching movies on a lap and ramps up to full power for productivity on a desk.
Dell brings OLED and 240Hz displays to 15″ notebooks
Dell said it is committed to OLED and has helped lead a market shift in OLED panels for laptops. Dell was the first to offer OLED on a 13″ gaming notebook and used that success to drive 15″ panels into our premium notebooks giving customers better contrast ratio, color and faster response times for gaming. The Dell XPS 15, Alienware m15 and Dell G7 15 will offer OLED with HDR, 100% DCI-P3 color gamut and 100,000:1 Contrast Ratio, starting March 2019. Dell also will offer 240Hz panels on the Alienware m15 notebooks in April.