In an event last week in Delhi, Dell India launched Latitude 7400, World’s Smallest 14-inch 2-In-1 business laptop with speed, security and sleek design in focus. Latitude is Dell’s best in class enterprise notebook series that has been in market for 25 years. Dell Latitude 7400 2-in-1 was launched at CES 2019 earlier this year where it was awarded for its perfect convergence of speed, security & productivity features. Launched globally, Latitude 7400 2-in-1 is now available in India for business users.
What’s new in Dell Latitude 7400 2-in-1?
Dell has been undisputed leader in non-Mac business solutions for the last two decades and has always delivered the best for not just entrepreneurs, companies and employees but also the general enterprise needs. Indrajit Belgundi, Senior Director and General Manager, Client Solutions Group, Dell India said at the event:
Today’s multi-generational employees want the latest technology at work; they not only desire a portable and productive device, but also look for one that is responsive and aesthetically designed.
He further mentioned how Dell is focused on delivering faster and smarter user experiences that will make people more productive and solutions more efficient. Latitude 7400 2-in-1 is, without any doubt, is entirely reimagined for the modern workforce. It sports exclusive features like ExpressSign-in & ExpressCharge technology and enterprise-class security and is the first of its own kind to support these features.
ExpressSign-In is enabled by Intel’s Context Sensing Technology and detects user presence, wakes the system and immediately scans for facial recognition to login with Windows Hello. Latitude 7400 2-in-1 is World’s first PC proximity sensor enabled by Intel® Context Sensing Technology. Intel’s PC proximity sensor detects users’ presence and automatically wakes the system, letting them use the infrared camera and Windows Hello login without lifting a finger. When the user steps away, the Latitude locks itself in to preserve battery life and ensure security.
ExpressCharge is said to charge battery up to 80% in one hour. Latitude 7400 offers the industry leading battery life and Dell claims it to be the best for a 14 inch ultrabook laptop. This laptop has an intuitive gyroscope built-in which manages battery life by determining the laptop’s resting angle and adapting yo users’ style of working.
ExpressConnect & more
In additional features, Dell highlighted their ExpressConnect networking solutions that come with Dell Latitude 7400 2-in-1 which links the laptop to the best wireless network available and provides faster data transfer. ExpressConnect technology is powered by Cat16 Gigabit LTE, which is about three times faster than Dell’s previous WWAN technology. Latitude 7400 2-in-1 is also the first Latitude to use Dell’s ocean-bound plastic packaging.
About the exclusive Express-features, Vivekanand Manjeri, Brand Director, Client Solutions Group, Dell India said,
… the exclusive Express features will help our enterprise customers experience productivity faster and without [too many] interruption.
Latitude 7400 2-in-1 is not just powerful and feature-packed but is also very light in weight. A narrow bezel look makes this laptop good to eyes and light to hands.
To deliver a device that is loved by today’s professionals, we have designed the Latitude 7400 2-in-1 keeping in mind everything that is needed in a dynamic work environment.
Latitude 7400 2-in-1 has enterprise level security solutions inbuilt and also features the exclusive Dell ControlVault 3. This option is offered for hardware multi-factor authentication. In addition, it also offers an optional contactless SmartCard reader.
Dell Latitude 7400 2-in-1 is a touch and type ultrabook starting at INR 1,35,000 plus GST (which eventually sums to INR 160,000 – a price point much higher compared to the Indian market) and will be available at Dell Stores and leading e-commerce sites very soon.
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