Dell Releases World’s Smallest 15-inch PC

  • AUTHOR: anam
  • POSTED ON: February 17, 2020

Dell is all set to release a new model, Latitude 9510 laptop and the tech company claims that the system is the “world’s smallest and lightest commercial 15-inch PC”. It only weighs 1.5 Kg, and the aluminum body is altered to the size of a 14-inch laptop. With 15-inch actual size, 400-nit full HD display and 100% sRGB colour gamut coverage, it is one of the best in CES 2020.

Source: Engadget

The computer is quite impressive, and Dell says that Latitude 9510 has the longest battery life of any 15-inch business PC as it goes up to 30 hours. While this has not been checked as yet, but even if it delivers half of what it promises, it is going to be quite efficient.

For us, the best feature was the Optimizer Software which means that it uses artificial intelligence to adapt its features after assessing your daily usage. So, for instance, the Optimizer will keep a check on audio and battery life and provide the required performance. The product will be released worldwide on 26th March for around $1799.

The hype it is receiving is justified because even though its predecessor, Dell XPS 13, was already small, the company reduced the size even more and increased the features with this model. So while the screen for the previous system was 13.3 inch, this one contains a 13.4-inch display with a 16:10 aspect ratio. Furthermore, the body in the model is reduced to give more space to the screen, and the top bezel also accommodates an IR Webcam for facial recognition.

Source: Youtube

The Windows Precision touchpad has been increased by 19%, and the keyboard is stretched till the edges to make typing easier. The material used in the outside frame is CNC-machined aluminum, and the display screen is made with Gorilla Glass. With Wi-Fi 6 and optional 5G mobile network, you can place it anywhere and work comfortably. Additional features include Intel 10th-gen processor, up to 32GB memory, 30-hour battery life and Iris Pro integrated graphics.

Updated February 17, 2020
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