Dell is slimming down and powering up its business laptop line with three new Latitude families running Intel's latest-generation chippery, including a carbon-fiber Series 7000 Ultrabook that the company claims is the most secure in the world. All of the new Latitude systems ship with Windows 8 or Ubuntu 12.04, and have the …
Nice to have some choices
Option1: "the most secure in the world."
Option 2: "ship with Windows 8"
Remote wipe... what could possibly go wrong with that?
Who has the keys to that then?
Re: Remote wipe... what could possibly go wrong with that?
The NSA of course.
Will never buy a Dell again after the dog of an XPS I had.
But where is the 15" 7000 Ultrabook with 1080p ?
I think the above models were also re-announced 3 weeks ago after some pre-annoucements back in May.
What you don't mention is the fact the screens are a miserable 1366x768 with no option for better - less than many smartphones.
I read 15" is the most popular notebook size now, so why only 2 sizes (12.5 & 14") in the professional 7000 Series ?
What we need is a fast Haswell ULV with 15" 1080p non-glare (matte - which seems to rule out touch), preferably IPS & decent cooling.
When will Dell deliver ?
No penguins for you
I don't see any option on http://configure.us.dell.com/dellstore/config.aspx?oc=sl7443p05&model_id=latitude-e7440-ultrabook&c=us&l=en&s=bsd&cs=04
Could you recheck that press release you wrote up ?
4GB (1x4GB) 1600MHz DDR3L Memory
320GB 5400rpm Hard Drive
14.0 HD (1366x768) Wide View Anti-Glare WLED-backlit
Who the hell is going to "upgrade" to that my 4 year old laptop has the same core specs and when has the CPU ever been the performance limiting factor.
And they wonder why PC sales are tanking.
16Gb + SSD + 1080p as a minimum for the same price and ppl might consider otherwise why bother. Stick some RAM and an SSD in your old laptop.
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