Dell Latitude Z Details Revealed

"Dell's latest business user-orientated notebook has arrived. Wireless charging option available."

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Latitude Z Details
 
Dell lattitude z notebook with wireless charging standYou may remember we reported that Dell were planning the world's first laptop to charge wirelessly, a few weeks ago. Well, today, Dell have officially launched the laptop and aimed at the business market, it certainly is feature packed. The Latitude Z's most eye catching feature has to be it's wireless charging feature. It uses it's wireless dock to charge the laptop using induction. It also packs in features such as touch screen, document scanner and something Dell call EdgeTouch, a feature which allows users to interact with certain applications using a touch element on the screen's bezel.
 
There is also face recognition technology which locks out the user if it's doesn't recognise it, and Latitude ON, which is a sub-processor and operating system that allows instant access to the internet. Steve Lalla, the VP and GM of the business client product group at Dell says "Dell is introducing ground-breaking innovations that mark many industry firsts, we're delivering robust solutions to solve real customer needs. 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."
 
Dell lattitude z notebook just 20mm thinThe Latitude Z isn't cheap, at £1319 for the 'basic' model. It rises quite a lot if you add in additional features or faster hardware. The basic specifications are an Intel Core 2 Duo SU9400 1.4GHz and 2GB of 1066Mhz DDR3 memory, although it is possible to upgrade to a slightly faster 1.6GHz SU9600 with 4GB of 1066Mhz DDR3 memory. The notebook runs from the Mobile Intel GS45 Express chipset, with onboard Intel GMA 4500MHD graphics, powering a 1600 x 900 16" WLED display. There are then numerous solid state drive configurations, ranging from 64GB to 128GB and a plethora of extra security options to suit every user, although be prepared to take a rather large hit to the wallet! For more information and specifications then visit the Dell website.
 
How Dell have managed to cram all of these features into something that is just 20mm thin and weighs only 2kg is beyond me. It is nice to see innovation in the market in which products are very similar, although it is a bit of a let down that the wireless charging dock is not included in the price, £159 extra!
 
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22-09-2009, 09:03:51

WelshD1K
4gb of ballistix 6400 tracers (red leds) any use?

22-09-2009, 09:07:31

biscuitboy
No thanks mate, the reason I'm swapping in the first place is My mobo wont run the XMS2 at 1066 for some reason.. Want some 8000 or 85000 really... Cheers tho dude.

22-09-2009, 09:09:21

WelshD1K
what mobo / chip ?

22-09-2009, 09:13:28

biscuitboy
Its a Biostar ta790GX with the 780G and SB750sb...

22-09-2009, 09:18:23

WelshD1K
what cpu ?

cos i know my 780g chipset wont run anythign faster than 800 unless you got a am+ chip the newer chips phenom etc

22-09-2009, 09:20:04

biscuitboy
Yeah, got a Phenom II 720...
Runs the Reaper fine at 1000mhz...

22-09-2009, 09:20:59

WelshD1K
my mobo also ran the reaper ;) but wint run 1066 or 8500's

22-09-2009, 09:21:11

AaronCooper
Damn those reapers look tempting, shame i ain't got spare ram to tie me over while trading.

Goodluck finding seller/trade.

22-09-2009, 09:53:09

Ghosthud1
i got 4x1GB of OCZ sli edition ram 1066mhz
had them running last night @ 1066mhz 4-4-4-12

22-09-2009, 11:16:46

ToeJam
ill take the reapers for 42.50 mate
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