Here Are The Highlights Of The Launch
- Dell launches the 4 new variants of the new Latitude, 9420, 9520, 7520, and 5420 along with the brand new Precision 3560 laptop.
- AIO desktops launched are namely the OptiPlex 3090 Ultra, and the Optiplex 7090 Ultra that can support up to four 4K monitors at once.
- Adding to Dell’s monitor lineup comes the new UltraSharp 40-inch curved monitor and three Video Conferencing monitors.
The launched products are seen as the new market entrants that are capable of enhancing the experience and productivity of ‘the new normal’, that is, work from home. Dell says that products will fully be unveiled during CES 2021. The launch happened on Tuesday as the company expanded its laptops, all-in-one desktops, and monitors lineup. Latitude, 9420, 9520, 7520, and 5420 comes up with the latest 11th gen Intel Core processors in Latitude 9000 series and other added new models to the Latitude 7000 and 5000 series. With the Latitude series, Dell rolled out Precision 3560 laptop models along with OptiPlex 7090 Ultra and OptiPlex 3090 desktop. The audience who is interested in Dell’s lineup of monitors can now look forth to a new UltraSharp 40-inch WUHD curved monitor besides three video-conferencing curved variants of 24, 27, and 34-inch.
Price Availability Of New Dell Laptops, AIO Desktops, And Monitors
Dell Latitude 9420 laptop price range will start at $1,949, that is approximately Rs 1,42,500. While the respective prices of Latitude 7520 and the Latitude 5420 starts at $1,649, and $1,049, that is approximately Rs 1,20,600 and Rs 76,700. We can expect the launch of Latitude 9420 around the Spring of 2021, the Latitude 9520 would be available around the same time, however, it’s price tag is still not out. Meanwhile, the other two variants are about to be available for purchase from January 12, 2021. The prices for Precision 3560 will start at $1,189 (approximately Rs 87,000) and it will also be up for purchases from January 12th in the market.
Talking about the prices of all-in-one desktops, the prices of both the products may not be measured at some significant difference as the OptiPlex 3090 Ultra is to be tagged around $659, approximately Rs 48,200 and the 7090 Ultra starts at $769 which is roughly at Rs 56,200. People can own these beauties on January 28th, 2021 onwards.
Lastly, the UltraSharp 40 Curved WUHD monitor would begin with the price range of at $2,099, which is approx to Rs 1,53,50. The monitor will be up for sale from January 28th. For those who are waiting for the Dell 24, 27, and 34-inch Video Conferencing Monitors, their wait comes to an end on February 16th. Considering the price Monitors will be priced at $519.99 (approx Rs 38,000), $719.99 (approx Rs 52,600), and $1,149.99 (approx Rs 84,100) for 24, 27, and 34-inch, respectively.
Although, Dell didn’t specify everything about the hardware specifications we are sure to encounter improved speakers, a better web camera, 11th gen Intel Core vPro processors, Wi-Fi 6E, and 5G LTE in the Latitude 9420 and 9520 laptops. The launching laptops will come with an all-new SafeShutter feature which turns off the webcam automatically when not in use. The Latitude 7520 11th-generation Intel Core i7 processor, up to 32GB of SDRAM along with a 15-inch 4K UHD display and optional FHD web camera which is optional.
The all-in-one desktops OptiPlex 3090 Ultra and 3070 Ultra support up to four 4K monitors, all at once. These PCs are to take up only a little space as these are hidden in the monitor stand.
While the Dell 34-inch Curved Video Conferencing is the world’s first monitor certified for Microsoft Teams featuring facial recognition for sign-in purpose. The UltraSharp 40 Curved WUHD monitor supports up to 5K resolution which is world’s one of kind. The best of the new monitors and Latitude laptops is that it comes with ComfortView Plus that reduces low blue light.