New Dell Latitude D410, D610, D810 and Precision Workstation Notebooks Released

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Dell continues to roll out new notebooks based on the Intel Sonoma platform.  Today Dell released three new Dell Latitude D series notebooks and two new Mobile Workstation notebooks.

New Dell Latitude D610, D410 and D810 Notebooks

Latitude D610

Dell Latitude D610

The Dell Latitude D610 can be configured with up to a 2.00GHz Pentium M processor, has a 14.1″ screen, and weighs about 5lbs.  CNET already has a full review on the Latitude D610: CNET Dell Latitude D610 Review

Outtake from CNET Review: “Designwise, there’s a lot to like about the Latitude D610; it’s a dead ringer for the no-nonsense Latitude D600. At 1.2 inches thick, 12.4 inches wide, and 10.1 inches deep, the Latitude D610’s dark silver case is just a few tenths of an inch larger than the Latitude D600’s; it weighs 5.4 pounds…”

Latitude D810

Dell Latitude D810

The 15.4″ widescreen Latitude D810 delivers performance and leading edge graphics and comes equipped with the latest Pentium M processor family. 

Latitude D410

Dell Latitude D410

The Ultra-Portable Latitude D410 weighs in at about 4lbs, has a 12.1″ XGA screen, up to a 2.00GHz Intel Pentium M processor and integrated Intel graphics.  The Latitude D410’s battery can last almost all day when configured with an optional, extra nine-cell battery.

The D410 costs $1,677 to start, while the D610 and D810 (with 15.4-inch screen) cost $1,384 and $1,549, respectively.

Dell Precision M70 and M20 Mobile Workstations 

Dell Precision M70

The Dell Precision M70 (15.4″ screen) and M20 (14.1″ screen) notebooks are designed for Engineers, designers, architects, digital artists and publishers who want to go mobile and run computationally intensive applications exceptionally fast.  For instance, creating complex CAD models and assemblies would be perfectly suited for the Precision M70.

The Precision notebooks feature 256MB OpenGL graphics, and high bandwidth memory architecture.  A hard drive protection system dubbed “Strike Zone” is also included in these notebooks to protect from data loss in the occurrence of someone dropping the machine.
The 15.4″ screen Precision M70 can be configured with the latest and fastest 2.13GHz Pentium M processor, up to 2GB of superfast DDR2 RAM and an ultrafast 7200RPM 60GB harddrive.  If you’re willing to spend $5,000, you can configure a Precision M70 system that’s got all the latest and fastest components!
With the most basic of configurations the M70 starts at $2,099 and the M20 starts at $1,649.



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