CES 2020 officially starts tomorrow, but some manufacturers have already begun showcasing the hardware that will be brought to market in the coming months. One such company is Dell and the firm had a swathe of new notebooks on offer, including an updated version of its popular XPS 13 for the new year.
One of the more interesting notebooks revealed by Dell though is the 2-in-1 business-focused Latitude 9510, which among its plethora of features, has support for 5G.
As such it likely kicks off a trend of more devices outside of the smartphone realm supporting 5G in 2020. The firm explains that it placed 5G antennas into the speakers of the notebook, which had the added benefit of helping the Latitude 9510 retain its 15″ InfintiyEdge display.
Other elements include an impressive 30 hours of battery life, according to Dell, with built-in AI capabilities designed to assist with Dell Optimiser system available on the notebook. This system handles specific aspects such as Express Charge, Sign-In and Response, all of which are said to be more efficient thanks to the addition of AI.
Internally the Latitude 9510 can sport up to 10th Gen Intel core i7 processors, with Dell stating that vPro options are also on the cards. Added to this is a touch-enabled display, with the screen rotating vertically for when you want to scribe and use in a tablet mode.
The Latitude 9510 launches globally on 26th March for $1 799 (~R25 760), but no official local word on either front just yet. Either way for those in the market for a powerful business notebook, this new Dell offering could do the trick.