Dell’s Latitude 7410 Chromebook Enterprise is focused on remote workers

It’s equipped with advanced security tech and IT management platforms designed for remote work

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Today Dell announced the Latitude 7410 Chromebook Enterprise, the company’s sleek and compact solution for productivity and power on-the-go.

With remote work becoming more of a permanent solution instead of a temporary one, Dell designed the Latitude 7410 Chromebook Enterprise with enhanced productivity and security features to fit both the needs of employers and employees. Fit to be an enterprise solution, the new Chromebook is equipped to be securely deployed to the company’s workforce and managed remotely by IT professionals.

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The new Latitude 7410 Chromebook Enterprise is offered in two variants: a typical laptop setup or a convertible 2-in-1 device that transforms the laptop into a tablet by folding it. Both housing 14-inch screens, they’re equipped with anti-glare, Super Low Power, and anti-smudge technology with the 2-in-1 variant offering additional protection with Corning Gorilla Glass 6.

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The Latitude 7410 Chromebook Enterprise also boasts of being the first to house a 4K panel with Low Blue Light display for less eye strain, especially during long working sessions. Narrow bezels also surround the device on all four sides to deliver more screen real estate and the convertible variant also has Active Pen support.

With a choice of either machined aluminum or a carbon fiber body, the Latitude 7410 is also the world’s lightest 14-inch Chromebook Enterprise laptop. It’s been fitted with the broadest array of ports including two USB Type-C, 2 USB 3.2 Gen 1, HDMI, optional sim card slot, universal audio jack, and memory card reader.

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Internally, the new Chromebooks are powered by 10th Generation Intel Core processors up to i7, up to 16GB of RAM, and up to 512GB of SSD storage. Having been co-engineered with Intel’s Project Athena, the Latitude 7410 offers the latest connectivity features such as WiFi 6 and LTE mobile broadband to speed up productivity. Dell says that with these technologies, working on Google Sheets, for example, is 8.6 times faster than usual.

Dell has taken into consideration its users who are now either working from home or remotely by offering up to 69Wh battery that can supposedly have up to 21 hours of battery life. Equipped with ExpressCharge Boost and a 90W Type-C power adapter, users won’t have to worry about not continuing their work since the device can charge from zero to 35% in just 20 minutes and up to 80% in just one hour.

The Latitude 7410 Chromebook Enterprise also prides itself in joining the industry’s most sustainable PC portfolio as its made with recycled materials, sustainable packaging, energy-efficient designs, and EPEAT Gold registrations.

Being an enterprise device, Dell designed the Latitude 7410 to reduce IT complexity and allow IT leaders to secure, manage, and support the device. With 14 localized language keyboards and availability in over 50 countries, configurations can be custom-fit to the needs of the employee. IT management doesn’t compromise security and reliability with the stability of the Intel Stable IT Platform.

Additional security features include H1 Google Security Module, verified boot, sandboxing, wedge lock slot, optional Dell Data Security and Management, Absolute Endpoint Visibility and Control, Netskope, Google Chrome Enterprise Upgrade, Google Admin console, and VMware Workspace ONE.

The Dell Latitude 7410 Chromebook Enterprise is now available with a starting price of $1,299.00. Later on, Dell will be releasing an Intel Core i3 variant which will start at $1,099.00

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