Articles about latitude

Dell Latitude 13 7000 Series 2-in-1 Detachable Laptop Announced
Dell has just announced the spanking new Latitude 13 7000 Series, which is touted to be the world’s most secure 2-in-1 laptop, where it brings together a lightweight business Ultrabook form factor alongside that of a detachable tablet, all crammed into a single powerful device without making any compromise on its performance. Known as a “laptop-first” 2-in-1 device, it will feature a generous 13.3” display and a professional, ISO-certified backlit […]

Dell Latitude 12 Rugged Extreme Does Both Tablet And Notebook Dances
Dell is still going strong in the notebook department, and their latest model happens to be one that would be comfortable in the office as well as out on the battlefield. I am referring to the Dell Latitude 12 Rugged Extreme, where this comes across as the first fully rugged convertible notebook in the industry which will be able to ‘transform’ into a tablet form factor as and when required […]

Dell Latitude 13 Education Series Laptop Targets Schools
Getting an education at a learning institution is a whole lot more than just good grades, it is also developing as a wholesome person from various aspects. It is then interesting to take note that education has evolved over the years, where technology is playing a more vital role in the dispensation of knowledge right in a classroom. Singapore have schools that uses the iPad to help children learn better, […]

Dell Introduces Improved Latitude Line Of Ultrabooks, Notebooks
Dell‘s popular Latitude line of laptops are getting a makeover as the company is announcing a number of new models that are much thinner and lighter that previous Latitude models starting at $599. The Latitude 3000, 5000 and 7000 series laptops will feature Intel’s latest Haswell processors and are expected to be released in the coming weeks.


Dell Latitude range rumored to receive an update
There is nothing official just yet concerning an update to the Dell Latitude range of notebooks, but leaks do point in the general direction that something like that is happening. Dutch site claim that Dell’s 14″ refresh efforts will carry the model number 6430u. The rumored specifications point towards a 1366 x 768 display, a choice of either a dual-core i3, i5 or i7 Ivy Bridge processor, as well […]

Google Maps 5.3 released for Android
Google has just launched a new version of their Maps app for the Android operating system. Bringing the version up to 5.3, Google Maps for Android packs some new features that would make any check-in fanatic happy. Google Maps now has a Google Location History dashboard, the ability to check in at “home” and the function to add your own aspects for places when rating them. The Location History dashboard […]

Dell Latitude 2120 business netbook arrives
We knew that it was already on the way and now Dell has expanded its netbook lineup with its Latitude 2120 that is designed for business use. The Latitude 2120 offers a multi-touch display with a 1366 x 768 pixel resolution along with a dual-core Atom processor. Being a business-oriented notebook, it features a rubberized casing for protection against drops while the keyboard is built with antimicrobial material. For your […]

Google ditches latitude location alerts
Folks who tried Google Latitude a while back might have noticed that there was a rather disturbing feature that would notify you of friends who were nearby – Location Alerts. It probably wouldn’t be so bad if you were shown on a map like Foursquare or something, but folks started to receive emails notifying them that their friends were in the vicinity, without requesting such information. Of course, if you’re […]

FCC takes a gander at Dell Latitude 2110
The latest Dell machine to go through the paces of the FCC would be the Dell Latitude 2110, where this business-and-education oriented netbook comes in a bulky and semi-rugged design. It will carry an Intel wireless card with support for 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi and WiMAX connectivity, which is why it has made the trip over to the FCC. Guess WiMAX is getting more and more common these days, so it would […]

Dell Latitude ON FLASH
Dell’s most recent development would be the Latitude ON FLASH optional memory module which is touted to boot up your machine within seconds instead of taking a good minute or two in a regular machine. All you need to do is snap on this optional flash memory module into an internal mini-card slot on compatible systems and you’re good to go, offering instant access and all-day battery life which ought […]