The new Dell Latitude 9510 2-in-1 notebook is designed for demanding business users who value high mobility. Thanks to the slim display frame, the Latitude 9510 is as large as ordinary 14-inch laptops from the competition, despite its 15-inch screen. The mobility is rounded off by the low weight of 1.45 kilograms and the optional 5G modem, which will soon make broadband Internet available on the move as networks expand. The runtime of up to 30 hours is also easily sufficient for long working days or even short business trips.
Dell could achieve the high battery life and the low weight of the Latitude 9510, among other things, by doing without a dedicated graphics card. Usual business applications can be used without any problems with the integrated GPU of the Intel Comet Lake U processor, though. Depending on the configuration, up to 1 TB SSD capacity and 16 GB RAM are available.
Wi-Fi, LTE or 5G with the Dell Latitude 9510
Besides Wi-Fi 6 from Intel, the Dell Latitude 9510 notebook is also optionally available with LTE or 5G. The LTE variant is based on the Qualcomm Snapdragon X20 modem and will be available from 26 March. The 5G modem based on the Snapdragon X55 covers all mobile phone standards up to 2G and will be launched in July. Prices of the different configurations are not yet known.
For the release the notebook is available with 52 Wh and 88 Wh battery. According to Dell, a runtime of more than 30 hours was achieved in MobileMark 2014 with the configuration non-touch display, Core i5 10210U, 16 GB RAM and 256 GB SSD. Moreover, a 52 Wh battery, which is supposed to be able to withstand especially many charging cycles, will be released in July together with the 5G modem.
The Dell Latitude 9510 is available as a classic notebook and as a 2-in-1 device with a 360 degree hinge. Both displays are 15 inches in size and offer 1,920 x 1,080 pixel resolution (Full HD) as well as 100% coverage of the sRGB color space and a maximum brightness of 400 cd/m². The 2-in-1 version also features Gorilla Glass 6 DX and touch input, which can also be done via the Dell Active Pen.