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Dell launches selection of new PCs, displays, and software

Dell recently unveiled a selection of new hardware and software products across its premium Latitude, XPS, and displays portfolios. Many of these new offerings feature innovative new tech capabilities like AI and 5G, which could make them intriguing to both personal and business users. If you’re interested in any of the new Dell PCs, here’s a rundown on some of the biggest new additions.

New Dell PCs: Latitude 9510

The Latitude 9510 is a new 15-inch PC that’s noteworthy because of its sleek and lightweight design. The laptop weighs just 3.2 pounds and doesn’t require extra battery chargers, adapters, or speakerphone pucks to function throughout the average workday. It also features a large screen size, Intel WiFi 6 (Gig+), and 5G mobile broadband capabilities.

XPS 13

The new XPS 13 has been redesigned to provide a better computing experience than past models have offered. Dell upgraded the materials and added a smaller and thinner profile and a larger display. It also includes built-in AI automation, security features, quick battery charging, and intelligent audio.

Dell Mobile Connect

Dell Mobile Connect originally launched back in 2018 to help users access data on both their computers and smartphone. Now, Dell is planning to expand the wireless transfer and app mirroring capabilities that have been available for Android users, making them available for iOS users this spring.

New monitors

In addition to new Dell PCs, the company is also unveiling a selection of new monitors in various sizes and with an array of different features. These include the following:

  • Dell 86 4K Interactive Touch Monitor: A digitized version of the whiteboard.
  • UltraSharp 43 4K USB-C Monitor: Lets users view content from up to four connected PCs at the same time.
  • UltraSharp 27 4K USB-C Monitor: Provides wide color coverage and accurate color reproduction.
  • Alienware 25 Gaming Monitor: Offers rich colors, a 240Hz refresh rate, and a 1 millisecond gray-to-gray response time.

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Annie Pilon

Annie Pilon is a freelance writer specializing in topics related to business, marketing, social media, and tech. She has a degree in journalism and marketing from Columbia College Chicago and currently works and lives in Michigan.

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