Collaborate, perform and impress with new Dell devices

Totally redesigned Latitude and Precision laptops and workstations inspire a true work from anywhere spirit.

Businesses continue to look at how they can best meet the demands of flexible work. In fact, 61% of IT decision makers admit they could be providing more responsive technology to improve the work experience.[1] What’s more, 74% agree they could be providing more technology for individual needs and preferences.[2]

Today we announced our new commercial portfolio that provides innovative solutions for both IT and end users built for anywhere work. For an overview of the news, check out our main announcement. If you want to dig a little deeper on some of our favourite devices and innovations, keep reading!

Our new Latitude and Precision portfolios are built to perform with 13th Gen Intel® Core™ processors and the latest Dell Optimizer features to bring intelligent personalisation from the PC to the ecosystem.

Introducing the Latitude 9440, your collaboration device

These days work happens everywhere. Be it cranking on a presentation at the airport, taking client meetings from the kitchen or answering emails on the train, you can continue to collaborate and stay connected with style. The new Latitude 9440 caters to the needs of executives, salespeople and consultants, and it is packed with innovation in the world’s smallest 14-inch commercial PC.[3]

Inspired by the iconic design of our XPS line, but with a deliberate aesthetic for business users, the Latitude 9440 is clean, smooth and simplified. The machined aluminium and graphite colour offer a sleek and premium look. Even with this beautiful two-in-one design, we’ve prioritised performance. Conference calls can take a toll on your PC, but they are here to stay. We’ve updated our thermal design to rear venting dual-fan systems for a cool and quiet experience.

The Dell Latitude 9440.
  • Our new design choices cater to the commercial user for a comfortable all-day typing experience. Stemming from our Concept Luna sustainable PC workstream, we’ve reduced backlit keyboard power usage by up to 75%[4] and increased battery life by three hours[5] with our new mini-LED backlit keyboard technology. The striking new keyboard includes wider keys with no gap (also known as zero-lattice), increased angle between keys and curvature on each key for easy tactile separation. Images are sharper and more immersive on the new Latitude 9440. We’ve fit a 14-inch display into a 13-inch chassis[6] with 16:10 aspect ratio and InfinityEdge QHD+.
  • Our Latitude 9330 made conference and video calls easier, and we’ve built on that with the 9440 integrating the world’s first haptic collaboration touchpad.[7] We are adding customisable haptic feedback for your touchpad to feel the way you like it for a seamless user experience. The microphone on/off, camera on/off, share screen and chat functions are enabled right at your fingertips on the touchpad when on Zoom calls, with Microsoft Teams functionality coming later this year.
The Dell Latitude 7340 Ultralight.

Incredibly light and small, the new Latitude 7000 series

Being on-the-go always comes with challenges. Is my device charged? Is it a pain to carry around? Is it reliable and durable to handle the worst-case scenarios? Our new Latitude 7000 series features Ultralights and aluminium options to offer a variety of sizes, form factors and function for the diverse needs of the mobile professional. It includes 16:10 aspect ratio and the same mini-LED battery saving keyboard as the 9440 to make it easier to work productively, no matter the location.

    • The Latitude 7340/7440 Ultralights deliver productivity in a thin and light form factor for maximum mobility. Now available in a 14-inch display size, they are the world’s smallest and lightest 14-inch[8] and 13.3-inch premium commercial laptops.[9] Weighing under one kilogram (13-inches) and slightly over 1kg (14-inches), and made with magnesium throughout the full chassis, the devices are light yet extremely durable with a smooth and sleek touch. We’re also adding a 5MP camera and 5G[10] for better collaboration no matter where you’re working. The new “river” colour, a blue/grey blend, offers a premium and modern look.
  • The Latitude 7000 series is also available in 13-inch and 14-inch aluminium options, now with a new 16-inch option. Users can work efficiently with the enhanced features of an enlarged touchpad and high-quality top and bottom firing speakers. Workers have the choice of 5MP IR, FHD IR or FHD cameras for even greater video conferencing quality.

Performance and style reach new heights with Dell Precision

Performance needs to happen anywhere – especially for systems supporting graphic designers, architects and engineers. For professionals who require high performance, stylish design and more screen real estate we’ve added a 16-inch thin and light mobile workstation to our Precision line-up.

The new Precision 5680 has the smallest footprint in the world for a 16-inch workstation,[11] offering even more power and immersive experiences for creators and engineers. The specs are impressive: up to Intel® Core™ i9 (45W) and up to 64GB of DDR5 memory with NVIDIA RTX 5000 Ada Generation Laptop GPU. Users will benefit from the crisp 16:10, three-sided InfinityEdge display, haptic trackpad for quick and responsive feedback, four grade A audio speakers, up to UHD+ PremierColor display and FHD IR camera with proximity and ambient light sensor.

With discrete graphics providing a whole lot of power, cooling is a must for the Precision 5680. We added our patented Dual Opposite Outlet fan technology so the system can handle complex workflows and intensive applications. With an HDMI port, a full-size SD card slot and an optional smart card reader, creators and engineers have the reliable and secure tools to perform. Plus, our most demanding users benefit from the innovative extended power range (EPR) technology – delivering more power (165W versus 130W) through a universal USB-C connector.

We’ve also updated the broader Dell Precision portfolio – from our entry-level 3000 Series mobile workstations to our most powerful Precision 7000 Series mobile, tower and rack workstations. All benefit from ISV certifications. So, whether you’re experimenting with 2D or 3D workflows or a specialised power user looking to push the limits of your technology, Precision workstations have the performance, speed and reliability to bring your ideas to life.

Dell Precision 5680 mobile workstation front view.

Sustainable by design

The future of work requires a future supported by sustainable technology. As our highest volume series, our engineers prioritise sustainable advancements in the Latitude 5000 series to make the greatest environmental impact. When it comes to PC design, the new Latitude 5000 series devices are designed with the world’s greatest variety and most innovative use of sustainable materials, featuring components made with recycled plastics, reclaimed carbon fibre, renewable materials and ocean-bound plastics.2 As our most sustainable Latitude program yet,7 the series includes a 64% increase in our use of recycled and renewable plastics (by weight) over our previous generation of Latitude 5000 series products.2

It doesn’t stop there. We continue to make gains across the Latitude and Precision portfolios – our Latitude 9440 is the world’s first PC and the Precision 5680 is also our first Precision mobile workstation designed with low carbon and recycled aluminium, including 75% recycled aluminium in the chassis.[15] The Latitude 9440 keyboard has keycaps made from 75% recycled plastic and has renewable plastic components made from a by-product of agricultural and food waste.[16] And, for the first time, we have introduced recycled copper in the Latitude 9440, Precision 5680 and Precision 3000 Series power adapters.[17]

The full Latitude and Precision portfolios continue to ship with 100% recycled or renewable packaging, too.[18] Companies also benefit from Dell Optimizer’s “Quiet Mode” setting that can provide up to 18% in power savings.[19]

Learn More About Dell’s New Laptop and Workstation Lineup

  • Dell builds the industry’s most secure commercial PCs.[20] Read more about our recent security advancements here.
  • For more details on our newest products, please check out our press kit.

 

Availability and pricing

  • Latitude 9440 is available in the coming months.
  • Latitude 7340/7440 Ultralight, 7340/7440/7640 and Latitude 5340/5440/5540 are all available today.
  • Precision 3000 Series mobile workstations are available today.
  • Precision 5480 is available on April 21.
  • Precision 5680 is available on May 19.
  • Precision 5860 Tower is available on April 11.
  • Precision 7000 Series mobile workstations are available on March 31.
  • Precision 7960 Rack and Tower are available on April 11 and 18, respectively.

[1] Dell Technologies Innovation Index, February 2023.

[2] Dell Technologies Innovation Index, February 2023.

[3] Based on Dell Analysis, October 2022.

[4] Based on Dell Analysis, October 2022.

[5] Based on internal testing, March 2023. Battery life extension calculated based on MobileMark18 testing. Configuration tested – Latitude 9440, Core i7-1365U, 32GB, 512GB, QHD+ touch enabled display.  Actual battery life may be significantly less than the test results and varies depending on product configuration and use, software, usage, operating conditions, power management settings and other factors.  Tested configurations may not be available in all regions/locations at all times.  Maximum battery life will decrease with time.

[6] Based on Internal Analysis, February 2023. Compared against HP Elite Dragonfly Folio 13.5.”

[7] Based on Dell Analysis, October 2022.

[8] Dell Internal Analysis, October 2022.

[9] Dell Internal Analysis, October 2022.

[10] 5G module is optional and must be selected at purchase. 4G and 3G Backwards compatible. Actual speeds will vary depending on the carrier network, users, location and other factors. Subject to service provider’s subscription and coverage area. Additional charges will apply. Contact service provider for details.

[11] Based on analysis of Dell 16″ mobile workstation 5680 vs HP Zbook Studio G9, Lenovo Gen4 and Apple Macbook Pro 16, Feb 2023.

[12] Based on Dell Internal Analysis, October 2022.

[13] Based on Dell Internal Analysis, January 2023

[14] Based on Dell Internal Analysis, October 2022.

[15] Latitude 9440: Based on Dell Analysis, October 2022. Applicable to Windows PCs only. Precision 5680: Based on internal Analysis, March 2023..

[16] Based on Dell Analysis, January 2023.

[17] 50% recycled copper in the AC adapter cable and applicable to the 100 W type C adapter. Based on internal analysis, January 2023. Precision 3000 AC adapter cable contains 50% recycled copper. Based on internal analysis, January 2023.

[18] Latitude: New packaging is made with up to 94.8% recycled content and up to 64.4% renewable content in the form of renewable paper fibres. Material makeup varies by product and size. Excludes optional items added to order and included in box. Paper packaging materials can be recycled via municipal recycling, where available. System bag is made from recycled plastic and can be recycled along with other thin plastics. Precision: New packaging is made with up to 93.2% recycled content and up to 61.2% renewable content in the form of renewable paper fibres. Material makeup varies by product and size. Excludes optional items added to order and included in box. Paper packaging materials can be recycled via municipal recycling, where available. System bag is made from recycled plastic and can be recycled along with other thin plastics. Applies to new models shipping after 2022.

[19] This is based on a Dell internal study, testing power and performance within our Dell Optimizer power module. White paper published November 2022.

[20] Based on Dell internal analysis, September 2022. Not all features available with all PCs. Additional purchase required for some features.

About the Author: Kevin Terwilliger

Kevin is the VP and GM of Inspiron and Vostro as part of Dell’s Client Product Group. He aspires to deliver a mainstream consumer notebook, desktop, and AIO portfolio that makes technology more accessible and inviting, function more intuitively, and feel more human. His team analyses the consumer market, defines the future roadmap, and manages the products through development, launch, and sustaining. In this role he leverages his experience interacting with customers across the product development process to identify opportunities that help improve end user experience and deliver value through innovation. He has been at Dell for 13 years and has completed roles in product planning, product design, customer experience, innovation planning, and sales enablement. He has 31 patents for innovative customer solutions and also has an MBA from the McCombs School of Business.