DELL MOUNTS LAEST ADDITION TO ULTRABOOKS, LAPTOPS AND WORKSTATIONS. Dell unveils new batch of savvy, stunning and business friendly ultrabooks, laptops and workstations.

Dell unveils new batch of savvy, stunning and business friendly ultrabooks, laptops and workstations

 

DELL MOUNTS LAEST ADDITION TO ULTRABOOKS, LAPTOPS AND WORKSTATIONS. Dell unveils new batch of savvy, stunning and business friendly ultrabooks, laptops and workstations.
DELL MOUNTS LATEST ADDITION TO ULTRABOOKS, LAPTOPS AND WORKSTATIONS. Dell unveils new batch of savvy, stunning and business friendly ultrabooks, laptops and workstations.

Yesterday, Oct. 3, saw the unveiling of powerful Dell mobile PCs and workstations that not are only savvy and stunning but are made perfect for SMEs and executives who wants nothing more than the regular PC gadgets. The launch was held at KPub BBQ, a pop Korean restaurant in The Fort Strip, BGC.

Dell unleashes Latitude 7000, 5000 and 3000 Series in a bid to introduce more secure, manageable and reliable line of commercial PCs.

Latitude 7000, 5000 and 3000 Series are available in touch display options, for better business touch devices that enable better interaction for its customers, student engagement, improved patient care, and collaboration among knowledge workers. The Dell touch-enable displays offer optimal viewing experiences, touch sensitivity, brightness and durability. “Those that are crafted with woven carbon fiber are touch enabled while those with aluminum cover are basically non-touch,” explained to us by Bernard Chua, Business Development Manager for End User Computing Solutions, Dell Philippines.

WHEN BOYS GROUPED TOGETHER IT'S NOT ALL ABOUT GIRLS. Bernard Chua, Business Development Manager for End User Computing Solutions, Dell Philippines feels proud as tech bloggers Raffy of DIGITAL SPIDEY and Reg of DRONTHEGO looks on the Latitude 7000 Series.
WHEN BOYS GROUPED TOGETHER IT’S NOT ALL ABOUT GIRLS. Bernard Chua, Business Development Manager for End User Computing Solutions, Dell Philippines feels proud as tech bloggers Raffy of DIGITAL SPIDEY and Reg of DRONTHEGO looks on the Latitude 7000 Series.

These exciting new additions to the Latitude line provide our commercial customers what they’ve been asking for by bringing touch capability to the workspace at desirable price points,” said Chris Papa, Country Manager, Dell Philippines.

HANDS-ON. Reg Ramos of DRONTHEGO takes the lightweight test as his right hand lifts Dell's Latitude E7240.
HANDS-ON. Reg takes the lightweight test as his right hand lifts Dell’s Latitude E7240.

Price points and Availability:
Dell Latitude 7000 Series begins at $1,049 USD and is already available in retail stores.

Dell Latitude 5000 Series (TBA) will be available at a later part in October.

Dell Latitude 3000 Series begins at $599 USD and is available today.

 

Dell workstations
At the same time, Dell announced its workstation portfolio with the most powerful mobile and tower workstation, the Dell Precision M4800, M6800, T3610, T5610 ans T7610; all designed to seamlessly run the leading content creation, engineering, scientific and other professional software applications.

Pricing & Availability:
The new Dell Precision tower and mobile workstations are available today at $2,367 USD for the T3610; $2,539 for the T5610; $3,029 for the T7610; $2,482 for the M4800 and $2,669 for the M6800.

Visit www.dell.com/precision for more information.

 

NOT YOUR ORDINARY BOY BAND. These men built partnership to address the needs of today's dynamic workforce by enabling easy entry into business-class computing. From left to right: Chris Papa, Country Manager, Dell Philippines; Pet Syling, Business Development Manager, Intel Philippines; Bernard Chua, Business Development Manager for End User Computing Solutions, Dell Philippines; and Tim Vergel de Dios,  Audience Marketing Manager, Microsoft Philippines.
NOT YOUR ORDINARY BOY BAND. These men built partnership to address the needs of today’s dynamic workforce by enabling easy entry into business-class computing. From left to right: Chris Papa, Country Manager, Dell Philippines; Pet Syling, Business Development Manager, Intel Philippines; Bernard Chua, Business Development Manager for End User Computing Solutions, Dell Philippines; and Tim Vergel de Dios, Audience Marketing Manager, Microsoft Philippines.

See more photos here.

Visit www.dell.com for more updates.

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