Here’s how Dell and Intel teamed up for a business laptop and two-in-one that will change how you work now and in the future. 951"}’ section="annotation">Dell’s Latitude 9510 could the most important business laptop of 2020.
The Latitude 9510 was built to be a complete mobile office — from conference call clarity on both ends to wireless connectivity including Wi-Fi 6, optional 4G and eventually 5G, to instant-on performance — all with half the carry weight of a typical 15-inch laptop and more than 30 hours of battery life.
At the same time work started on the 9510, Intel was kicking off Project Athena, a co-engineering program focused on innovations to help the most demanding users who need to be incredibly mobile.
The co-engineering partnership with Dell pushed beyond the initial Project Athena vision, Newman said, and created the 9510, the first 10th-gen Intel vPro-based Project Athena-verified laptop.
"It’s interesting, because when we built the 9510 together, we thought, ‘Hey, what are all the experiences that people are going to need now and in the future as well’," says Meghana Patwardhan, VP of Dell’s Mobility Group.
Adding to the pressure was the need to get all of it into the base of the 9510 so it could be built as either a clamshell laptop or a two-in-one convertible without sacrificing its premium design.
It’s not exactly what Dell and Intel were thinking about when they started working on the Latitude 9510 a couple of years ago, either.
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