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Dell expands its range of end-user devices

Nurdianah Md Nur | June 30, 2014
New products include ruggedised laptops, All-in-One desktops, a mobile workstation and ultra-high resolution displays.

In a bid to solidify its position as an end-to-end IT solutions provider, Dell has expanded its range of end-user devices to meet the diverse demands of consumers and companies. The new devices include ruggedised laptops, All-in-One desktops, a mobile workstation and ultra-high resolution displays.

"A constantly evolving workplace and a continuously dynamic workforce have shown us that consumers and companies alike demand computing power anytime and anywhere to achieve greater productivity," said Harjeet Singh Rekhi, general manager of Dell's End-User Computing business in South Asia. "Dell is committed to making a difference in our customers' lives by providing them with the best possible experience, through purposeful design and complementary solutions."

Durable laptops
Targeting users working in harsh conditions, Dell's Latitude 14 Rugged Extreme notebook and Latitude 12 Rugged Extreme are constructed with impact-resistant ultra-polymers and sturdy magnesium alloy. The laptops are said to be able to withstand dust, moisture, drops, vibration and extreme temperatures. They are thus ideal to be used by users in the military, public safety, manufacturing or industrial settings or those who support catastrophic recovery.

Latitude 14 Rugged Extreme and Latitude 12 Rugged Extreme are now available from S$4,600 (US$3,683) and S$5,580 (US$4,468) respectively.

Dell Latitude 14
Latitude 14 Rugged Extreme. (Photo credit to Dell)

Latitude 12 
Latitude 12 Rugged Extreme. (Photo credit to Dell)

All-in-One desktops
Oranisations looking for a device that packs security, manageability and reliability into one device should look to Dell's OptiPlex 9030 and OptiPlex 3030 All-in-One desktops.

According to Dell, the 23 inch OptiPlex 9030 is the thinnest premier all-in-one solution while the 19.5 inch OptiPlex 3030 is the first device to receive third party certification from UL Environment for using closed loop recycled plastics. More than 10 percent of OptiPlex 3030's chassis is comprised of recycled technological products, making it a leading product in the effort to preserve our global environment.

Dell OptiPlex 9030
Dell OptiPlex 3030
From top: Dell OptiPlex 9030 and Dell OptiPlex 3030. (Photo credit to Dell)

Workstation on-the-go
Designed for those requiring computing power to run graphic and data-intensive workloads while on the move, the Dell Precision M2800 offers an independent software vendor (ISV)-certified system with professional graphics and processors packaged in a mobile form factor. The mobile workstation comes with a 15.6 inch UltraSharp display with high definition (HD) or Full HD options, a fourth generation Interl Core i5 or i7 processor, up to 16GB of system memory and up to 1 TB of storage. According to Dell, this configuration provides users with a portable device that can perform critical functions in the office or with clients on-site quickly, accurately and reliably.


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