Dell’s Latitudes prove business laptops can be sexy – Stuff
But the Latitude 12’s bigger brother – the Latitude 13 – might make more sense for heavy users. For starters, it’s made of carbon fibre for extra ruggedity (meets the Pentagon’s MIL-STD-810G standard), and there’s a 13.3in InfinityEdge display (with a choice between a Full HD, non-touch anti-glare display and a QHD+ multi-touch anti-glare screen protected by Gorilla Glass), and it can even connect to two 4K external displays simultaneously via Thunderbolt 3. And as you’d expect, you can spec out the 13 the way you’d want: Choose your processors, RAM, and SSD storage. Other options include a fingerprint scanner and a contactless Smart Card reader with NFC
We hear you salivating over the specs, so here’s a look at the prices: The Latitude 12 range starts out at ₹87,999 and will be on sale later this month. If it’s the Latitude 13 you want, you’ll have to wait till April, with prices starting at ₹79,999
Okay, that’s the good part. The bad part is that you won’t find the new Latitudes so easily at your friendly, neighbourhood store – they’re proper business laptops and will primarily be sold through enterprise sales channels. Still, if you’re sick of consumer-grade laptops with their flimsy construction and tonnes of pre-loaded bloatware, it might be worth your time to hunt ‘em out!