A laptop compatible with 5G and the ability to duplicate the screen of an iPhone are some of the main news with the Dell lands at the fair Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2020), which takes place from the 7th of January in Las Vegas.
The new laptop Latitude 9510 equipped with a screen of 1080 pixels and the 15.6-inch, Intel graphics UHD, compatibility with the Wifi standard 6 and a fingerprint scanner, as reported by the site VentureBeat.
Powered by a processor Intel Core i-series, will look capabilities 5G. “Using built-in antennas in your speakers, it promises to connect to networks 5G sub-6GHz , but not to the towers of millimeter-wave high-band deployed by major operators of the united States,” he explained.
The device is made of aluminum and has also an artificial intelligence that manages the lifetime of the battery and improves the charging performance of the applications using machine learning.
One of the versions, added the same medium, will have the traditional clam shell design, while a second will have a hinge to transform it into a tablet.
Among other options, the company with headquarters in Texas has included a CPU Intel Core i7 class of tenth generation (Comet Lake), a SSD of 1 TB and a smart card reader.
“If waivers of the reader, the machine can include a battery of 87 watts with a useful life promised 30 hours, but with the reader is reduced to a cell of 52 watts with 17 hours a promised time of operation,” he said.
The second great novelty is the possibility of doubling the screen of an iPhone on their devices, thanks to a software update is Mobile Connect.
The innovation will allow iPhone users to drag photos, videos, and other files from their phones to Apple, a feature premiered at CES 2018, which was already available for Android.
The requirement is to download the iPhone application and have a version of Windows 10 running on the computer Dell XPS, Inspiron, Vostro, and Alienware.
“The function of screen mirroring allows you to interact with the installed apps of your device directly on the screen of the PC using the keyboard and mouse, or a touch screen”, explained to Digital Trends.
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