Last August, Dell updated its line of professional notebooks, launching new models with the latest hardware platform. Now, the company has launched revised models that bring few tweaks in design, and are lighter and thinner than before. Each laptop model series comes in wide range of options that you let you customize screen size from 12 to 17 inches. The Latitude 7000 notebook is top-of-range, Latitude 5000 belongs to the midrange, while the Dell Latitude 3000 for the low end consumer.
According to some slides leaked on the web in the last few hours, the American company is preparing to refresh its line up by launching Dell Latitude E7250 and E7450 (Latitude 7000 series), Latitude E5250, E5450 and E5550 (under Latitude 5000 series) and Dell Latitude E3450 and E3550 (under the cheaper Latitude 3000 series).
At the moment, we do not know the technical specifications, prices and the technologies built into these laptops but we do know the upcoming notebooks will feature Intel Haswell architecture that include CPUs like 4500U and 4200u, touchscreen display, full HD or qHD screen resolution, 4 to 8GB of RAM, up to 1TB storage or hybrid solutions with 32GB flash storage + HDD and Windows 8.1 operating system.
Dell is also expected to launch Latitude Education Series which right now bears a product code Latitude E3340, and the company will selling it to schools, universities, and public institutions only. Its specs include a 13-inch display like the Latitude 3000 series, but will come loaded with software and applications meant for students and professionals.