The new Dell latitude 7390 is a cellular business pocketbook of the top charge variety in the popular 13-inch layout and also a successor of the range 13 7380, which we most effective examined in December of remaining 12 months. At the time of checking out, you can purchase the modern configuration within the Dell shop for 1379 Euros (~$1706; the range 7390 starts at $1199 within the US). It’s far pushed by means of the Intel Core i5-8350U quad-center followed by means of eight GB of RAM. The graphics are dealt with by using the Intel HD photographs 620 processor GPU, and the garage solution is a 256-GB SSD.
The latitude ratings with an entire security package that differentiates itself from the bulk of commercial enterprise notebooks by means of a smart card slot and is rounded off by means of windows 10 pro with Bit Locker. The subnotebook weighs 1.3 kg (~2.nine lb.) and its full HD IPS show has a decision of 1920×1080 pixels. You could see a top-level view of the primary configurations provided by means of Dell right here. Below the same label, Dell additionally contains a sequence of convertibles (2-in-1) that proportion many traits of the non-convertibles. As always, you could alter the equipment details within the Dell Configurator.
Similarly to the predecessor, we got protected a compact 14-inch and two 13-inch devices from our listing of the top 10 sub-notebooks, one out of that’s a convertible. As with the latitude 7390, all the laptop within the take a look at is of the upper rate range and goal cellular enterprise customers.
The whole latitude lineup desires an extreme makeover, and the 7390 isn’t an exception. It is barely extra visually exciting than its sibling, the 7390 2-in-1, because of its carbon fiber, gentle-touch lid. It adds a bit of texture to what is in any other case a black square with a silver Dell logo. Lifting the lid reveals a 13.3-inch, 1080p display with a thin bezel and the plasticky deck features an island-fashion keyboard and a fingerprint reader.