COMPUTER HARDWARE FIRM Dell unveiled its first ultrabook aimed at business users today, the Latitude 6430u, and The INQUIRER was at the launch in London to get a glimpse of the laptop in action.
Dell revealed that the Latitude 6430u is one of few business class ultrabooks that has a replaceable six cell battery, so it can be replaced by the customer when it reaches the end of its life cycle.
Running Microsoft's upcoming Windows 8 operating system, the Latitude 6430u ultrabook has a 14in matte-effect HD screen supporting 1366x768 resolution, is 20mm thick and weighs 1.7kg.
Dell gave no dates for release of the Latitude 6430u across European markets, but said it will be available soon after the launch of Windows 8, which is due for release on 26 October. µ
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