Surprising, I thought there is no other company dare to compete with the thinnest laptop record. Dell recent released of its so called world’s first wireless chargeable notebook – the Dell Latitude Z has conquered the number 1 of the thinnest laptop as well! Let’s check out what the heck is this thing:
Well, Macbook Air, move aside. Let Dell’s Latitude Z get through to the center of the attention. This Dell Latitude Z worth the attention because beside the impressive feature it has, the design of this notebook simply cool. Powered by either Intel Core 2 Duo SU9600 1.6Ghz or Intel Core 2 Duo SU9400 1.4Ghz processor, offering up to 4GB of DDR3 RAM and with a built-in 4500MHD graphic, this Dell Latitude Z can obviously handle most of the tasks you throw at it (Well, except hardcore gaming!).
Dell Latitude Z has a cool 16-inch WLED screen that could display up to 1600×900 pixel resolution, and the most interesting feature on the screen is the EdgeTouch technology where you are allows to interact with commonly used applications and media controls through a touch interface that is on the bezel of the system’s screen.
This wireless charging laptop also implementing a gesture-enabled touchpad similar to macbook air, and offering more feature that you can eat, such as the 2MP web camera, backlight keyboard, bluetooth, WiFi, Fingerprint scanner, eSATA/USB combo port, DisplayPort, an even a HSDPA/HSUPA/EVDO 3G modules.
It certainly worth the biggest attention from the tech world, but of course, this laptop is not a cheap stuff to own one because even the base rigs will cost you $2,000! That’s the level of one high-end gaming desktop.