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Dell has introduced the Latitude E6520, E6420, E5520, and E5420, which let IT staff remotely delete data from lost or stolen systems. All the laptops fit the same dock and use the same AC adapter and internal bay modules to make it easier for companies replace the parts. The E6520 and E6420 are available with Intel's latest quad-core Core processors.

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Dell Upgrades OptiPlex Desktops, Latitude Laptops


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