Dell has announced a slew of new computers at CES this year, refreshing a few lines of computers and offering the latest technology, such as UBS-C.

Most importantly, the company has announced a major refresh of its Latitude 7000 series, which includes 12-inch, 13-inch, and 14-inch models.

In fact, Dell didn't only improve the specs of the computers, but it also wanted to improve the design of the computers. The computers are made with a carbon fiber alloy, making them both inner and lighter than their predecessors.

The 12-inch and 14-inch models, as with most of Dell's lineup, can be customized to suit the user's preferences. Both can include up to the Intel Core i7 processor, have as much as 16 GB of RAM, 512 GB of storage in solid-state, and a 55-watt battery. The standard graphics card is the Intel HD Graphics 520, although the 14-inch model can be upgraded to feature the HD Graphics 540 chip.

Interestingly enough, however, the 13-inch model has a few upgrades that set it apart from the other two. For example, it now includes a Thunderbolt 3 port, and supports Intel's Core M7 processors. Dell also says that the computer can last up to 10 hours on a single charge.

Dell has also created a 2-in-1 version of the 12-inch Latitude 7000. The device is very light, coming in at 3.1 pounds, and is perfect for those that want both a tablet and a laptop. It offers Intel HD Graphics 515, 8GB of RAM, 512GB of storage, and has two USB-C ports, as well as support from a USB-C to USB-A dongle.

The 12-inch and 14-inch Latitude 7000 is available now starting at $1,079. The 13-inch model starts at $1,299. The hybrid Latitude 12 will be available at the end of January, and will start at $1,049.

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Via: Ars Technica

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