Dell has announced a new pair of premium Ultrabooks at CES 17 this week. The Dell Latitude 7280 and 7480 are the newest Windows 10 laptops aimed at business users who value portability and security.
The devices come in two sizes, the Latitude 7280 has a screen size of 12.5″, with resolutions ranging from HD (1366 x 768) to 1080p FHD without touch, to FHD with touch. The 7480 has the same resolutions, albeit with a bigger 14″ screen and the option to grab a QHD Touch enabled screen at the very top-end.
To that end, Dell has integrated the new USB Type – C standard into the gamut of options offered by the laptop, including DislayPort support, HDMI, and traditional USB 3.0. While the USB C ports embrace the future proof-ness of the new connector, Dell isn’t leaving customers with older peripherals without options.
Speaking of ports, Dell allows buyers to expand their devices with multiple peripherals with an optional Dell Wireless Dock, and multiple accessories including wireless keyboards and mice.
Dell’s Latitude devices also support Microsoft’s integrated Windows 10’s security features, with Windows Hello facial recognition available via an optional infrared camera.
Aside from that, the devices ship with 7th Gen Intel® Core™ vPro™ processor, up to 512GB of SSD storage and ranging from 16GB of RAM to 32 GB of RAM.
The Latitude 7000 series start from $1,099 and are available for purchase from Dell.