What you need to know
- Dell announced the Latitude 9510 and Latitude 9510 2-in-1 laptops ahead of CES 2020.
- The "ultra-premium" laptops support 5G.
- Dell states that the devices get up to 30 hours of battery life.
Dell announced the Latitude 9510 and Latitude 9510 2-in-1 ahead of CES. Both Latitude laptops are part of the new 9000 series of Latitude devices. They're also the first Dell devices to support integrated 5G. Dell states that the laptops get up to 30 hours of battery life.
The Latitude 9510 devices start at 3.2 pounds. Dell describes it as a 15-inch device fit into the size of a 14-inch device. The laptops have Intel processors that support Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) and LTE to help people stay connected. They're also the first PCs from Dell to support 5G connectivity. Specifically, the Latitude 9510 devices support sub 6 5G but do not support millimeter wave.
The Latitude laptops have a full HD display that reaches 400 nits of brightness. It also has 100 percent sRGB color gamut coverage. The 15-inch display has a 16:9 aspect ratio and a resolution of 1080p.
Both Latitude 9510 laptops are available with up to 10th generation Intel Core i7 processors. Dell states that the laptops get up to 30 hours of battery life.
The Latitude laptops include Dell's Optimizer software, which uses AI to improve performance. The software uses machine learning to reduce lag and delays. Dell states that frequently used apps will open quicker thanks to the feature.
The Latitude 9510 and Latitude 9510 2-in-1 will be available on March 26. The Latitude 9510 starts at $1,799.
If you prefer Dell's XPS line of laptops, the company also announced a refresh to the XPS 13.
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How many times does this article say up to 30 hours lol
Up to 30 times, I think.
My i3 8th gen get about 12.5-13 hrs on a 15.6" 1080 screen... 30 hours I was thinking uses an ARM chip at that point!
30 Hours of battery life?? That's incredibly ambitious lol... will be interesting to see what the reviews say.
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