Dell’s latest string of laptops and 2-in-1s aimed at the workforce are on their way, and that includes the connectivity-and-battery focused Dell Latitude 9430. The “ultra-premium” — as Dell likes to call it — machine commands an ultra-premium price tag of $2,245, and that’s just a starting price. For that tag, businesses and their employees will score a 14-inch QHD+ 16:10 touch display (for the 2-in-1; laptop variant gets FHD+), 12th Gen Intel processors, Intel Iris X graphics, a cap of 32GB of RAM, FHD IR camera, and up to 1TB of SSD storage.
The real benefits of the 9430 stem from its wide array of ports, dynamic battery capabilities, and 2-in-1 form factor option. The ports are listed below, but the battery claim to fame is that the 9430 can go from zero to 80% charged in 40 minutes flat. Furthermore, the 2-in-1 form factor means you’ll have an always powered machine with multiple display modes and input methods at the ready.
This machine’s starting price of $2,245 is an average starter, in the sense that organizations buying these in bulk from Dell can potentially negotiate a lower per-unit fee. For those of you reading all this and going “wow, I want a Dell laptop now,” check out the best Dell laptop roundup to learn which machines are hot and which, as can be deduced based on their exclusion from the list, are not. Also check out the best 2-in-1 laptops if you want flexibility and versatility in your life.
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