The American computer manufacturer has launched a new laptop.
Dell has launched a new advance product, Dell Latitude 14 5000 Series (E5450), as reported by Dell news, which is designed to perform throughout the day. Dell computer informed that E5450 is promoted like a business laptop but it is basically an ultra-book. The weight of the device is 3.98 pounds. The portable computer is 0.9 inch thick.
Company sources have reported that system has been equipped with a 14-inch full high definition (1920 x 1080 pixels) display. The resolution of the product is lower than a number of devices, such as Retina Display 2015, Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch 2015, and Apple Mac book Pro 13-inch. Its touch screen has been covered with a layer of Gorilla Glass and the color quality deserves appreciation. The laptop’s stereo speakers are known for offering clear sound to their users.
Dell stock affirmed that 14 5000 features a multi touch keypad that manages the user’s cursor control and gestures. A number of ports have been installed in the device, including two universal standard bus 3.0 ports, an Ethernet port, and a high definition multimedia interface (HDMI-out) port. The internal features of the product include a Bluetooth 4.0, mobile broadband, dual band 802.11 ac Wi-Fi, and WiGig connectivity. The product also employs some safety updates, such as Intel vPro.
The product’s solid-state storage drive has a capacity of 256 gigabytes. Company sources have reported that the tiny computer, Dell Inspiron 14 (5447), is capable of storing much more data compared to it, as it features a 1-terabyte hard drive, while a 2.19-gigahertz Intel Core i5-5200U dual core processor supports it. This Intel’s device is not new for the computer giant, as some of its other products are also employing the same CPU. Similarly, RAM of 8 gigabytes has also been installed in the device.
The new laptop has so far succeeded, as it has performed well in several tests, such as Photoshop CS6 and PC Mark 8 Work Conventional. Industry sources revealed that the system employs Intel’s integrated high definition graphics 5500 solution with a battery-life of more than 8 hours. It would be offered at a price of $1886.28.
Experts stated that if the company wants to attract a large number of users, then it should lower the price of its product; otherwise, it cannot easily penetrate in the high tech device market. The response of its users would determine the product’s competing ability.