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Photos: Dell launches 24 new business systems

Upgrades to Dell's business notebooks, tablets, desktops and workstations deliver a total of two dozen new products.

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Topic: Laptops
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Dell has announced 24 new business systems, encompassing notebooks, tablets, desktops and workstations.

Pictured above is the 15.6in. Latitude E6520, which lines up alongside the E5420, E5520, E6220, E6320 and E6420, the E6420 ATG (All Terrain Grade) and the XT3 convertible tablet.

The Latitude E5420 (14.1in.) and E5520 (15.6in.) are designed to hit affordable price points. The heart of the new range is the Latitude E6220 (12.1in.), E6320 (13.3in.), E6420 (14.1in.), E6520 (15.6in.) and E6420 ATG. These are 'business-rugged' systems with military-grade casing and durable displays.

The new Latitudes offer enhanced security (Remote Data Delete and Free Fall Sensor), Citrix and VMware remote desktop client support (planned), good manageability (common docks, batteries and keyboards) plus Intel 2nd generation Core (Sandy Bridge) processors.

Availability and pricing for the upgraded Dell Latitudes will be available 'in the coming weeks'.

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Dell's new OptiPlex business desktops come in entry-level (390), mainstream (790, pictured above) and performance (990) ranges. All offer common, stable images, tool-free access to system components, a range of chassis options, desktop virtualisation support (planned) plus Intel's latest vPro-equipped 2nd generation (Sandy Bridge) processors.

The new Dell OptiPlex systems start at £629 and will be available 'in the coming weeks'.

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Dell's Precision workstations cater for professionals running graphics- and compute-intensive applications. The new Precision T1600 (above) is a single-socket, entry-level workstation with ISV certification on AutoCAD, Pro/Engineer and other workstation apps; Intel 2nd generation Core and Xeon processors, graphics from AMD and Nvidia and tool-free chassis access.

The Precision T1600 starts at £499 and will be available 'in the coming weeks'.

Dell has also announced the Precision M6600 (17.3in.) and M4600 (15.6in.) mobile workstations, but few details are available at this time.

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