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New Principled Technologies Study Shows How Dell Latitude 5000 Laptops with 12th Gen Intel Core U-, P-, and H-Series Processors Enable Productivity at Three Price Points

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Durham, NC, November 23, 2022 –(PR.com)– Principled Technologies (PT) has published a report measuring the benchmark performance of three new Dell Latitude 5000 series laptops featuring 12th Gen Intel Core U-, P-, and H-Series processors. Testing also measured the performance of one older Latitude model. Depending on the type of work employees perform, the Dell Latitude 5000 series offers an appropriate laptop that delivers strong performance.

For office workers who use primarily productivity apps, a Dell Latitude 5530 featuring an Intel Core i5-1245U processor delivered higher CrossMark performance than a Dell Latitude 5420 with a previous‑generation Intel Core i5-1135G7 processor. For people who sometimes use demanding creative and compute-intensive apps, the Dell Latitude 5530 featuring an Intel Core i5-1250P processor outperformed its U-series processor-enabled counterpart. Finally, for users who often use compute-intensive…

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