Dell unveils latest Latitude and Precision devices

Dell Technologies has redesigned products to best fit the new, reimagined workforce. Dell put an emphasis on hybrid work and the employee experience by offering products that empower employees to choose how they work best, without compromising on security, productivity, or collaboration.

The Latitude 9330 packs key collaboration, connectivity, and privacy features into a 2-in-1 form factor. It’s the first 13-inch device in the 9000 series and the thinnest of the Latitude portfolio with a 16:10 InfinityEdge display promising to deliver a perfectly sized option for mobile workers.

The Precision 7670 comes in two chassis options, thin and performance, offering flexibility in scalability and configurability determined by the chosen graphics card, enabling consumers to customize the 7670 to their performance needs.

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For those who need even more screen real estate, the Precision 7770 is a powerful 17-inch mobile workstation offering the highest scalability across the portfolio and providing desktop-like performance for professionals on the go.

Dell is also introducing the Precision 5470 25th Anniversary Edition featuring a striking cobalt (blue) finish and special edition etching to mark the occasion.

Dell Lifecycle Hub

Dell Lifecycle Hub simplifies the device lifecycle management process for IT. It helps ensure customers’ employees have the devices they need while also managing their PC fleets from first use through retirement.

MyDell Mobile is an easy-to-use mobile application that offers experiences for consumers and small businesses to get the most of their Dell devices. The growing number of small businesses can easily keep Dell devices organized, empower new team members to get familiar with their PCs and scale at their own pace.

The new Precision models will be the first workstations to feature a new, Dell-patented form factor for DDR5 memory called CAMM (Compression Attached Memory Module). Through CAMM, Dell is enabling a thinner chassis design without sacrificing performance. The CAMM module also makes the memory more accessible for field repair.