Dell has launched its newest convertible laptop, the Latitude 3379. Having a base price of Rs 64,990, the hybrid device is already available from online and offline stores across the country. As per the company, Dell Latitude 3379 is made for 'business-on-the-go' users and offers four modes. The laptop's display can rotate by more than 180-degree angle. "Compact and sleek in design, the new Latitude convertible laptops combine the powerful performance of a business device with the portability of the convertible form factor," said the company. In terms of specifications, Dell Latitude 3379 has a 13.3-inch Full HD display of 1080x1920 pixel resolution. The LED-backlit display is touch-capable. The laptop is powered by a 6th gen Intel Core i7 processor paired with 8GB of RAM (up to 16GB of dual channel DDR4 RAM supported). Running Windows 10 OS, the Latitude 3379 features Windows Hello based biometric authentication system for password-free logins. It has 512GB SSD storage along with Intel HD 520 embedded graphics. Major connectivity options include HDMI, USB and microSD, with a 42Wh 3-cell battery rounding off the spec sheet.
Users would also receive a 30-day free trial version of the McAfee LiveSafe antivirus software. Lenovo recently launched as many as six laptops in India, with price starting at Rs 17,490. The line-up includes - Ideapad 510s, Ideapad 710s, Ideapad Y700, Ideapad 310, Ideapad 510, and Miix 310 laptops. These will be available with numerous offers during the festive season in India.
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