The manufacturer said the wide variety of features in the devices, including touch screens and fantastic design, will allow companies to provide better technology for their staff members.
Perhaps the most exciting of the three laptops revealed is the 7000, a new business-class ultrabook that will allow for mobility – an increasingly important asset with the rise of remote working and bring your own device (BYOD) policies.
Kirk Schell, vice president of the commercial computing group at Dell, said: “These exciting new additions to the Latitude line provide our commercial customers what they’ve been asking for by bringing touch capability to the workspace at desirable price points.”
One of the most attractive aspects of the Latitude range is its inbuilt Intel vPro extensions, which allow for integrated management capabilities to be installed from the outset.
This is especially important for executives looking to work from home, as workflow can be properly documented and passed on to higher ups.