Dell has made its largest ever introduction by unveiling 24 new products meant for businesses. These products range from laptops in the Latitude range to desktops in the OptiPlex as well as Precision family.
The new unveilings include regular notebooks to rugged ones like the Latitude E6420 ATG and even an XT3 convertible tablet. Dell says these notebooks boast more than 100 design improvements along with new features like improved graphics, memory and 2nd gen Intel Core processors. Being business-oriented, these notebooks come with added security, pre-loaded apps like Citrix, VMWare remote desktop client and backlit keyboard.
Optiplex desktops are touted to be more secure, flexible and manageable desktops from Dell. The desktops have a small footprint, desktop virtualization support and integration of new Intel vPro processors.
Finally, the Precision workstations are targeted at business users seeking high performance. These PCs are apt for users running graphic-intensive applications and comes with new Intel Core or Xeon CPUs and Intel HD or discrete graphics from AMD or Nvidia.
Dell also confirmed its plans to launch a 10-inch Windows 7-based tablet later this year. Details on the device are pretty slim at the moment but is said to target businesses.