Desktops and Notebooks: Dell Unveils Latitude Z600 Laptop, OptiPlex 780 Desktop, Precision T1500 Workstation

 
 
By Scott Ferguson  |  Posted 2009-09-29 Email Print this article Print
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
On Sept. 29, Dell rolled out a trio of new PCs designed for enterprise customers, especially those working in finance, banking, real estate and the insurance industry. The first PC is the Dell Latitude Z600 laptop, which offers a new technology that gives users access to Microsoft Exchange and other applications without fully booting the notebook. In addition, Dell unveiled two desktop models. One is the OptiPlex 780 desktop, which is designed for larger enterprises, and the second is the Precision T1500 workstation, which is geared toward CAD (computer-aided design) workers.
 
 
 

Dell Unveils Latitude Z600 Laptop, OptiPlex 780 Desktop, Precision T1500 Workstation

On Sept. 29, Dell rolled out a trio of new PCs designed for enterprise customers, especially those working in finance, banking, real estate and the insurance industry. The first PC is the Dell Latitude Z600 laptop, which offers a new technology that gives users access to Microsoft Exchange and other applications without fully booting the notebook. In addition, Dell unveiled two desktop models. One is the OptiPlex 780 desktop, which is designed for larger enterprises, and the second is the Precision T1500 workstation, which is geared toward CAD (computer-aided design) workers.

By Scott Ferguson

Dell Unveils Latitude Z600 Laptop, OptiPlex 780 Desktop, Precision T1500 Workstation
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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