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The Latitude X1 needed some refinement when it first came out, and Dell responds by introducing the new Latitude D420. It replaces the X1 by adding all the “Latitude-esque” features to the tiny 3 pound frame. Things like common docking solutions and peripherals, a Trusted Platform Module(TPM), biometrics, and a Smart Card reader are now all present on the D420. It still doesn’t have a built-in optical drive, but you can purchase the Mediabase— a docking solution with a built-in optical drive, similar to the X6 Ultrabase found on the Lenovo Thinkpad X60. Another attractive feature are the dual pointing devices, so now you can choose between the pointing stick or the touchpad.
Road warriors will like the wide range of broadband options available, including an integrated cellular modem, using either Cingular’s EDGE/HSDPA or Verizon’s EVDO service. The system is also 802.11n ready, which could take advantage of theoretical throughput speeds of up to 540Mbps. You also get the WiFi catcher to locate regular 802.11 access points, even when the system is off.
The D420 will be using the ULV Core Solo processors. According to Dell, they should have options for dual core processors by late summer. The D420 marks the completion of upgrades to Dell’s Latitude line. Prices start at $1,379
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