Dell prepares the launch of the Latitude E6520 and Latitude 6420 business laptops, according to a blog post by Eric G. software engeneer.
The Dell Latitude E6520 15.6-incher replaces and E6510 and features 2n Generation Intel Core processors codenamed “Sandy Bridge”, including dual and quad core chips, optional touchscreen, LED display backlight, and a 3.2MP web camera.
There’s no info on CPUs in the 14-inch Latitude E6420 replacing the E6410, but from the past we’ve learned that it should use the same CPU family as its larger sibling. Eric G. says the E6420 will include a new 9-cell battery with a capacity of 97Whr. For comparison, the 9-cell battery for the current E6410 is rated at 90Whr. Other features include a built-in Ericsson F5521gw (Dell DW5550) mobile broadband module with 21Mbps download and 5.7Mbps upload speed, USB 3.0, Intel ATT 3.0 anti-theft technology, and also a 3.2MP webcam.
Other laptop leaks on Eric’s blog include the Precision M6600 and M4600 mobile workstations, the update of recently released Dell XPS 17 L701X – the L702X, and new details on the upcoming Dell Alienware M17x gaming notebook.
Note: The image above is the previous generation E6510, since we don’t have images of the new laptops.
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