Dell has today revealed their latest batch of Ultrabooks to pack a Haswell processor with the unveiling of the new Latitude 7000 series.

A quiet announcement, the unveiling includes the 12.5 inch E720 and the 14 inch E7440, both of which have been designed with an aluminum shell, that despite being 0.8 inches thick, meets military standards for resistance to dust, water and shock.

They will also support Dell’s WiGig Wireless Dock, WiDi and include a 1.7GHz Core i3 CPU, with RAM starting at 4GB with a 1,366 c 768 pixel resolution.

The E7240 will cost $1,169 with a 128GB SSD, whilst the E7440 is $1,049 with a 320GB hard drive.

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