The new Latitude 9510 model will be available in classic or 360 degree hybrid configuration of your choice - and there is also a modem 5G Built-in that can be added
Alongside particularly large screens, Del CES has also revealed its vision for a new generation of computers on the occasion of the CES exhibition Mobile The corporate world - with an almost unimaginable number of possible add-ons designed to fit as many descriptors and users across the globe.
The Latitude 9510 in 2020 will offer a 15-inch screen (in the body of the Mobile Average with a 14.1-inch screen at 1,920 × 1,080 pixels, with an average brightness of 400 Nits and 100 percent coverage of the color gamut of the sRGB standard - with a "traditional" non-contact version and with a 360 ° rotation-mounted version, an interface panel Touch (including a dedicated pen to be marketed individually) and a protective protective type Gorilla Glass 6.
In the processing section, you will find the Comet Lake-U generation processors on mobile devices Intel, With four or six physical processing cores and with or without the support of vPro technologies that provide additional network management capabilities for positions that can be highly relevant in large organizations that provide mobile to their employees - combined with up to 16GB of memory LPDDR3 economical but veteran and drives NVMe In a compact 2230 configuration with maximum terabytes of volume and with the option to select fully supported encryption (SED) units.
The latest mobile family will enjoy support for Wi-Fi 6 (or 802.11ax) dual channel connectivity, system Windows 10 in Home or Pro version, a handsome four-speaker and four microphone audio array, a pair of connectors Thunderbolt 3 With back support of USB Type-C interfaces of course, full size HDMI 2.0 port, Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity, microSD card slot - and choice between battery The standard 52-watt-hour supports fast charging for a massive 88-watt-hour battery that should provide up to 30 hours of work without a power source.
Not impressive enough for you? The Latitude 9510 is available with Qualcomm built-in cellular data from either 4G or 5G technology, based on a physical SIM card or virtual eSIM, with a proximity sensor and infrared sensors for interior technology Windows Hello, with a physical smart card reader, with a fingerprint scanner built in the power button, with a card reader radio Interface NFC And with a hardware TPM 2.0 unit for secure encryption keys and digital certificates. Everything you could ask for, we already said?
The Latitude 9510 is scheduled to arrive in stores during March 2020, with price tags starting at $ 1,800 for both the classic and the touchscreen version - with units expected to improve with some of the other hardware and software capabilities we discussed in paragraphs The previous ones will jump the price up significantly.