Dell introduces the Latitude D620 and D820 laptops

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Dell has unveiled the Latitude D620 and Latitude D820 – lightweight, slimmed-down notebooks with wireless broadband connectivity, biometrics security and Intel Core Duo processors. 

The basic version of the Latitude D620 features an Intel Core Duo processor with a wide aspect 14.1-inch WXGA display, 512MB shared DDR2 memory, 40GB hard drive and 802.11 b/g Wi-Fi capability. The base configuration for the Latitude D820 includes the Intel Core Duo processor with a wide aspect 15.4-inch WXGA display, 512MB DDR2 shared memory, 40GB hard drive and 802.11 b/g Wi-Fi capability.

Both models offer wireless broadband through the Vodafone network and both will be pre-configured for the introduction of 802.11n – a wireless standard that should quadruple current wi-fi speeds. In addition, the laptops will have the option of an integrated biometric fingerprint reader to limit access to the machine’s data.

The Latitude D620 and D820 are available to order now, priced at £714 and £804 respectively excluding VAT and delivery.

Dell website

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Dave Walker

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  • They can’t fill the orders. I had a quote for the core duo D620 with the 256mb nVidia chip. When I tried to place the order, I was told that it wouldn’t be honored because the video chips weren’t available. Shortly after, they pulled the nVidia chip off the build options. My contact tells me it will be a month before they can add that option back. Good thinkin’Dell.

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