This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Dell. All opinions are 100% mine.
Mark your calendars: on September 13, 2011, I’ll be hosting a webcast and you can tune in for a chance to win one of three Dell Latitude E-Family laptop computers.
These computers are incredibly light, sturdy, and fast. For a business laptop, it has virtually every situation you could encounter on the road covered. Durability isn’t an issue with its tri-metal casing, capable of withstanding its fair share of bumps and knocks. Its rugged hardware is made to handle the hazards of being on the go including a spill-resistant keyboard, 360-degree bumper around the screen, and more.
In addition to being rugged, the Dell Latitude E is powerful. Including the latest Intel Core processors, up to 8 GB of RAM, Intel HD Graphics 3000, gigabit ethernet and wireless N, and a wide range of other configurable features, the Latitude E-Family is made to last both physically and technically, breaking through the notion that business laptops are too often underpowered and overpriced.
Speaking of price, you can configure your Dell Latitude E-Family laptop to meet your technical and budget requirements. Virtually every component of these laptops can be adjusted so you can concentrate on building the right laptop for you. This is one of the reasons I’ve been a fan of Dell products for so many years. Instead of sticking you with its pre-configured selections that have too much of what you don’t need and too little of what you do, Dell believes in giving customers choice.
Over all, the Dell Latitude E-Family is an excellent business laptop because of its speed options, lightweight construction, tri-metal protective casing, spill-resistant keyboard, protective bumper, and various other features that vastly improve on previous computers in its class. This isn’t a workhorse intended to stay stabled at your desk. It’s designed to travel with you and endure all bumps that come with doing business on the go.
So, what are you waiting for? Registration is open, and we hope to see you at the webcast taking place on Tuesday, September 13, 2011.