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Dell today adds a new series of devices to its commercial portfolio, developed to meet flexible work demands. Being able to work from anywhere has become an increasingly important requirement in the professional world. Dell hopes to cater to this need.

According to the company’s statistics, 61% of IT decision-makers acknowledge they could be supplying employees with more responsive technology to enhance the working environment.

With 13th Gen Intel Core CPUs and the most recent Dell Optimizer capabilities, the Latitude and Precision lines are designed to provide intelligent customization from the PC to the ecosystem.

Dubbed a “collaboration device,” Dell’s Latitude 9440 – available in an aluminium and graphite color – is the world’s smallest 14-inch commercial PC. The design draws inspiration from the XPS range. However, Dell adapted, simplified and made it “cleaner” to better attend to the needs of business people.

As video conferences become increasingly popular, the Latitude 9440 boasts an updated thermal design to rear-venting dual-fan systems.

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Precision for the creatives

The company asserts that performance is a requirement everywhere. However, it is essential for systems supporting graphic designers, architects and engineers.

Dell added a 16-inch thin and light mobile workstation to the Precision lineup for professionals who want additional screen workspace. For a 16-inch workstation, the new Precision 5680 has, according to the company, the lowest footprint ever recorded. The precision line hopes to give engineers and designers more immersive experiences.

Furthermore, the specs include an NVIDIA RTX 5000 Ada Generation Laptop GPU, up to 64GB of DDR5 memory and an Intel Core i9 (45W) processor. The precision line also boasts with a 16:10 InfinityEdge display, haptic trackpad, four grade A audio speakers, up to UHD+ PremierColor display and FHD IR camera with proximity and ambient light sensor.

Once again keeping things cool, Dell added its patented Dual Opposite Outlet fan technology. This should ensure the device can handle demanding applications and workflows. It also has an HDMI port, a full-size SD card slot, an optional smart card reader and charges by USB-C.

No compromising sustainability

Additionally, both lines feature environmentally sustainable designs and devices feature a variety of recycled plastics, reclaimed carbon fiber, renewable materials and ocean-bound plastics.

In the Latitude series, Dell used 64% more recycled and biodegradable plastics. It also includes 75% recycled aluminium in the chassis. The keycaps are made of 75% recycled plastic and contain materials made from agricultural food waste.

The Latitude 9440, Precision 5860, and Precision 3000 Series power adapters are the first to use recycled copper. Finally, 100% recycled or renewable packaging continues to be used across the entire Latitude and Precision portfolios.