Following up from the announcement of the new 6 series of laptops from Dell back in April, below are snippets from the official Computershopper review with a focus on Latitude ON FLASH: ‘Editors' Take: The Latitude E6410 delivers performance, features, and a bit of style to the mainstream-business-notebook crowd.
This just in, Splashtop Remote has become one of the top productivity apps in the App Store for Japan - #6 last time we checked. We are thrilled! Having just launched last week, we have not yet had a chance to localize our app for any other language beyond English. The unique benefits of Splashtop Remote, however - the ability to get remote video, audio, and full interactivity - apply across borders. For our Japanese readers, here is a review of Splashtop Remote in Japanese:
Companion devices like the iPad are increasingly replacing laptops in our backpacks and briefcases. Next year, you can expect up to 50 million iPads to be in the market, joined by tablets running other operating systems. If you are wondering what a Windows 7 tablet might feel like... there is now a way for you to try it on your iPad!
Quoting an official recent press release from Dell:
As today’s workforce becomes increasingly dispersed and mobile and organizations work to balance data protection with mobile access for its end users, Dell today launched new additions to its portfolio of Latitude E-Family laptops, giving users an enhanced security and mobile experience.
Here is what the official Dell press release says:
"The award-winning Latitude E-Family line has been extended with the Latitude E6410, E6510 and E6410 ATG laptops. Based on direct feedback from customers, Dell has enhanced the Latitude family with new Intel Core i5 and Core i7 processors, fast DDR3 memory, HD displays and other new standards-based features. These updates bolster a product lineup that already features breakthrough battery life and professional style - including a choice of three colors."
The other day one of our engineers, Larry, took a trip to test 3G wireless connection features in Splashtop. Except it was no ordinary lab visit - Larry drove out to a stretch of a desert outside of Las Vegas. That is where a wireless carrier we are working with tests how phones or computers connect to their network, go from cell site to cell site... and perform whatever network magic they are expected to perform.
Splashtop has been named a winner of the 2010 Mobility Awards - Technology Innovation and we could not be more excited. Especially, when some our awesome partners like Acer, HP, and Lenovo which ship Splashtop on their netbooks and notebooks, are also recipients of awards too. Thanks Mobiletrax for the honor.