Dell works on notebooks based on Haswell

US computer manufacturer Dell is almost done with two new notebooks that will feature Intel’s fourth generation of Core processors. The notebooks will be known as Latitude E7240 and Latitude E7440 and will offer mobile Haswell chips with integrated Intel HD graphics.

Apart from a mobile Haswell chip the Dell Latitude E7240 will offer a 12.5-inch HD display at 1366 x 768 pixels, Intel QM87 chipset, 4 GB of DDR3L memory, and a 2.5-inch SSD for storage (128 GB or 256 GB of capacity) – all housed in a chassis that measures 310 x 211 x 20 mm for total weight of 1.3 kg.

The Dell Latitude E7440 will sport a 14-inch display at 1366 x 768 pixels, Intel HM87 chipset, 4 GB of DDR3L memory and a range of storage devices that include 320 GB/500 GB hard drives or 128 GB/256 GB SSDs.

Both notebooks also come with 3G, external optical drives, 4-cell batteries, WiGig support and other nice things. The pricing on both models is unknown.


Source: Dell

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