Dell launches new Latitude and Precision notebooks

Posted on Wednesday, Feb 02 2005 @ 18:20 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Dell launched a new line of Latitude notebooks and Precision mobile workstations based on Intel's new Centrino platform, the Sonoma.
Dell added three new models to its Latitude line: the D410, D610 and D810. The D410 is an "ultraportable" notebook, weighing a little less than 4 pounds. It starts at $1,677.

The D610, weighing in at 4.67 pounds, is priced at $1,384. The D810, which adds a 15.4-inch-wide display, weighs about 6.5 pounds. It is priced starting at $1,549.
The battery life of these machines is about five hours on average, but an additional battery is available to extend battery life to nine hours.

The notebooks include smart card readers and TPM (Trusted Platform Module) technology for platform authentication and file encryption on the local drive.

More info at eWeek


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