Dell’s Latitude 13 7000 Series has a complete refresh bringing some design and features from the other popular laptops. It also focused XPS series to the business range, according to Dell. For what they make in slimmer and sleeker Latitude devices.

Price:

According to, Dell claims that the Latitude 13 7000 series is “the world’s smallest business-class ultrabook”. Our most review model, the Latitude 13 7370, has a starting price of £1,367 (ex. VAT) rising to £1,641 (ex. VAT), so it isn’t cheap.

Dell Latitude 13 7370 reviewDisplay Quality:

It’s certainly a good-looking 13.3-inch ultrabook. Slate-grey on the top and black on the bottom. It’s also thin and light, with a footprint of 304.8 by 210.5mm — barely greater than a sheet of A4 paper — and 14.32mm thick at the back edge. There’s a slight taper, so the front thickness is about 10mm.  Dell Latitude 13 7000 series laptop’s 1.12kg weight in a travel bag.

The Latitude 13 7370’s 13.3-inch Infinity Edge display has FHD (166ppi) resolution, except for the top-end touchscreen variant, which delivers 3,200 by 1,800 pixels (276ppi). Of the five precon figured models available at the Dell UK website, all but the most expensive have a 1,920 by 1,080 pixel resolution (166ppi). The top-end model offers 3,200 by 1,800 pixels (276ppi), and is also the only one with touch support. Our review unit had the lower-resolution, non-touch display.

The Latitude 13 7370 is used Carbon fibre for lid for the more expensive. The chassis materials include carbon fibre brought across from the XPS line. This is also used to form the lid in our £1,455 (ex. VAT) review model, and it’s exceptionally tough. the main features looks carefully, because carbon fibre isn’t standard across all models. The two less expensive of the four preconfigured options available from Dell’s UK website use aluminium for the lid, and you can’t upgrade this. Most of things gives the carbon fibre option every time in laptop.

Keyboard:

Both sites include in Dell The area around the keyboard is soft-touch black rather than cold, shiny metal, making it comfortable to rest the hands on. It makes to build this surface a little more attractive to dust than other finishes.

The main touchpad is a decent size and also a better working. It’s nice to see real buttons sitting beneath it rather than the much more usual embedded buttons. Like the keyboard keys, these have plenty of travel and are nice and wide, making them an easy target.
This is not a convertible laptop but you can push screen back to lie flat on a table, but it’s likely to be used primarily in old-fashioned laptop mode.

Dell Latitude 13 7370 reviewWebCam:

The top header means webcam but there’s no room for a above the screen, so Dell has put it in the bottom left corner. This isn’t quite as convenient a location as the traditional position: the screen needs to be tilted a little further back than with a top-mounted webcam to set the camera at a good angle, and there’s a tendency to stare at the screen rather than the camera which makes video calls seem a little awkward and lopsided.

Fingerprint Option :

There’s a fingerprint reader on the wrist rest as well a touch point for a contactless card reader. This is in addition to TPM and a range of Dell security features.

When we saw, the main iterations of the Latitude 13 7370 offer either Windows 10 Pro or Windows 7 Pro. This Laptop has opted for Core M 6th Generation Intel (Skylake) processors throughout. But we didn’t encounter any serious performance issues during the review period.

Top five pre-configured versions of this laptop:

  1. Intel Core m5-6Y57 1.10 GHz, Windows 10 Pro, 1,920 x 1,080, Intel HD Graphics 515, 8GB RAM, aluminium cover, 128GB SSD.
    £1,367 (ex. VAT)
  2. Intel Core m5-6Y54 1.10 GHz, Windows 10 Pro, 1,920 x 1,080, Intel HD Graphics 515, 8GB RAM, aluminium cover, 128GB SSD.
    £1,369 (ex. VAT)
  3. Intel Core m5-6Y57 1.10 GHz, Windows 10 Pro, 1,920 x 1,080, Intel HD Graphics 515, 8GB RAM, aluminium cover, 256GB SSD.
    £1,447 (ex. VAT)
  4. Intel Core m7-6Y57 1.10 GHz, Windows 10 Pro, 1,920 x 1,080, Intel HD Graphics 515, 8GB RAM, carbon fibre cover, 256GB SSD.
    £1,455 (ex. VAT)
  5. Intel Core m5-6Y75 1.20 GHz, Windows 10 Pro, 3,200 x 1,800, Intel HD Graphics 515, 8GB RAM, carbon fibre cover, 256GB SSD.
    £1,641 (ex. VAT)

Dell Latitude 13 7370 reviewConnectivity :

During this Dell series to provide the latest connectivity options. The right edge has a full size USB 3.0 port, a headset jack and a MicroSD card reader, Also the left edge has a pair of USB-C/Thunderbolt 3 ports and a Micro-HDMI port. There’s also a Micro-SIM card slot for optional mobile broadband and a smartcard reader on the left side.

Battery :

Dell doesn’t quote battery life, but they having used the Latitude 13 7370 is used the 4-cell battery . For five hours off a full charge with wi-fi on all the time, some streaming and some writing it still had 65 percent of battery life remaining. This laptop should keep you going through a day away from mains power.

Conclusion :

Last thing i personally recommended that it’s going to be your “the world’s smallest business-class ultrabook” . some of reasons If you thought money is not a problem. Dell’s Latitude 13 7370 is completed a refresh new design and feature. Dell’s gives a Good battery life, Core M 6th Generation Intel (Skylake) processors and all attractive features.

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