Computer giant Dell has released a new laptop that can recharge wirelessly through power cords built into its base.
According to Dell, The Latitude™ Z is “the world’s thinnest, lightest 16-inch laptop” weighing in a 2.5 kilograms and less than an inch thick.
Targeted at impression makers, such as entrepreneurs, attorneys, creative professionals, salespeople and leading higher education faculty, the laptop contains a number of exciting new features including: wireless docking and inductive charging, multi-touch touchpad and silky-touch backlit keyboard, a high-definition (1600×900) WLED display and two megapixel allowing users to scan and save business cards to Microsoft Outlook contacts and copy documents, along with a auto-lock function and a lean design allowing for easy transportation.
According to Steve Lalla, vice president and general manager, business client product group, Dell, Inc, Dell is introducing “ground-breaking innovations that mark many industry firsts.”
“We are committed to our core business and expanding our product line to meet the needs of our customers when they are ready to refresh or add to their existing infrastructure,” he said.
The Latitude™ Z is now available in Australia starting at $2,799. More details are available at www.dell.com.au/latitude
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