30 September 2020
Dell has announced the updated Latitude 9000, 7000, and 5000 series of laptops ahead of the CES 2021. The new additions are powered by Intel’s latest 11th Generation processors.
The new entrants to the Latitude 9000 series of laptops are the Latitude 9420 and the Latitude 9520. They both feature SafeShutter that automatically shuts the webcam shutter when not in use and opens it whenever required.
According to Dell, this is an advanced security feature that ensures you work securely and confidently from anywhere.
Not many details are available currently, but referring to the product video of the Latitude 9520, it features ExpressCharge 2.0 that gets up to 80% of battery in just 40 minutes. Connectivity options included are Wi-Fi 6, 5G LTE or 4G LTE, and eSIM.
Latitude 9420 also offers camera enhancements that provide automatic light correction and background blur during your video calls. It also includes better camera quality and improved loudspeakers.
The Latitude 7520 offers a 15-inch 4K UHD large-screen display and an optional full high-definition FHD camera. Dell didn’t share much on the Latitude 5420. It only revealed that the Latitude and Precision 3560 are environmentally friendly as they incorporate 21% bioplastic for their lids. The Latitude 5000 that adds Latitude 5420 to the series
Dell didn’t go much into details but did offer the availability and pricing details of the new notebooks. The Latitude 9420 will be available in spring 2021, starting at $1,949. The Latitude 9520 will be available during the same time frame and the pricing will be announced during the availability only.
The Latitude 7520 costs $1,649 and will be available from next week (January 12). Similarly, Latitude 5420 will be available next week for $1,049. Also, the Precision 3560 costs $1,189 and will be available on January 12 as well. We expect to hear more about these new notebooks during their availability.