The folks at the FCC have given their collective nods of approval for the Dell Latitude E4310 to be released Stateside, where this notebook is also better known as the Dell Lafite in certain circles. This business-oriented computer will focus firmly on business use, thanks to the presence of an integrated RFID chip. There will also be UWB, WLAN and WWAN connectivity options thrown in, but as for the rest of its specifications, very little is known about it. We will most likely see Intel Arrandale chips as well as Microsoft Windows 7 running as the operating system of choice, and hope to lay our hands on this 13″ notebook soonest possible.
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