Dell released three products today, one of which will play the part of primary contestant on the ultrabook market. Its name is Latitude 6430u and its greatest ability is that it can last “all day” on a battery charge.
Dell didn't provide all the specifications, and its website doesn't appear to have the product page up yet.
Still, we know that the laptop is a 14-inch device based on Intel's Ivy Bridge CPU lines, making it fairly easy to guess what will be on the inside: a dual or quad-core CPU, 4-8 GB of RAM, an SSD or SSHD
On that note, the I/O and connectivity are unlikely to include anything unusual.
Dell did go out of its way to specify that Latitude 6430u is 16% lighter and 33% thinner than the current 14-inch Latitude ultrabook.
The company also did its best to make the mobile PC durable, both physically and in regard to battery power (this is where the “all-day” battery charge comes in).
will be revealed in October 2012, when Windows launches its Windows 8 operating system.