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Pictures reveal upcoming skinny Dell Latitude laptop

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Images have appeared online of what would seem to be Dell’s upcoming Latitude Z laptop.

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A 15in Dell Latitude Z with Intel Centrino?
Images courtesy of Notebook Review

Although Dell is yet to cough up anything on the existence of a Latitude Z series, one of the leaked pictures clearly shows ‘Latitude Z’ printed onto the mystery machine’s bodywork.

Sadly, the laptop’s capabilities haven’t been leaked. But the pictures do show an Intel Centrino sticker sitting atop the machine, which looks to have a 15in display.

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Ethernet at an angle

An Ethernet port has also been built into an odd-looking angled rear section of the laptop. A fingerprint reader is visible beside the navigation keys, and the machine appears to have USB, eSata and HDMI portage.

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Adamo skinny?

The launch date and price of the Z are still unknown. ®

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