Dell Technologies have unveiled new products and software that reimagine work so anyone can perform at their best. With a new portfolio of intelligent, collaborative and sustainable devices, Dell is transforming work experiences to give people greater flexibility to work from anywhere.
Designed as the most collaborative business PCs with the best connectivity experiences, the Latitude 9420 comes with a powerful built-in speakerphone and camera enhancements that provide automatic light correction and background blur so you can feel confident in any video call. Get to work faster with the world’s first PC with Intel® Visual Sensing Technology7 to offer a more reliable auto wake and lock. Multitask on fast connections with WiFi 6E or 5G LTE8. Advanced thermals and 11th Gen Intel Core vPro processors coming in January 2021, based on the Intel® Evo™ platform, provide increased performance and simplified manageability. For those wanting larger screen sizes, the Latitude 7520 now comes in a 15-inch screen and offers a 4K UHD display and optional full high-definition (FHD) camera.
Collaboration is easier and more efficient with the Dell 34 Curved Video Conferencing Monitors, the world’s first 34-inch curved video conferencing monitor certified for Microsoft Teams. Also available in 24-inch and 27-inch sizes, the monitors offer secure facial recognition sign-in and hands-free commands to provide enhanced security and convenience.
Dell continues to refine the design of its products to more seamlessly blend into new home office environments. Expanding its award-winning, modular form factor design that hides the PC in the monitor stand, the new OptiPlex 3090 Ultra is a cost-effective solution for small businesses and educators. It joins the intelligent OptiPlex 7090 Ultra, which now supports up to four 4k monitors at once.
In line with Dell’s Progress Made Real social impact plan, Dell incorporates sustainable solutions, materials and packaging which has resulted in the industry’s most sustainable commercial PC portfolio. With Dell’s commitment to sustainability spanning design, performance, and takeback, you can feel confident buying, using – and when done – recycling Dell systems.
The new Latitude 5000 series and Precision 3560 take this even further as the first PCs to use
bioplastic from tree waste in their design.
Produced using a by-product of the paper making process called ‘tall oil,’ these devices feature lids
containing 21% bioplastic content12, supporting Dell’s moonshot goal that by 2030, more than half
of our product content will be made with recycled or renewable materials.
By focusing on the second heaviest part of the device – the lid – Dell can make the largest sustainability impact, reducing the product’s carbon, water, and energy footprint, while maintaining Dell’s high reliability, durability, and performance standards.
Dell estimates all recycled and renewable materials in the Latitude 5000 series will: reduce CO2 emissions equivalent to those created by driving 24.2 million miles (more than 971 times around the Earth); save enough energy to power 5,564 homes for a year; and conserve enough water to fill 226 Olympic-size pools.
“People’s expectations of their technology continue to evolve. It’s why we push beyond barriers to create devices that offer better experiences and are more integrated into our lives,” said Ed Ward, senior vice president, Client Product Group, Dell Technologies.
“Our new intelligent PCs make it possible for us to work smarter and collaborate easier, so we can give our best selves in all that we do. Secure, sustainable, and smart: that’s the way forward for PCs.”
Designers: Dell Experience Innovation Group
Manufacturer: Dell Technologies, Inc.