Dell unveiled its latest Detachable latitude, which has a more elegant look and improved material. Thinner bezels surround a larger 13.3-inch Full HD display on the 7320 Detachable, which features an 84% screen-to-body ratio. Dell claims the machine has a smaller and thinner footprint than previous models, while the screen has 500 nits of brightness.
With a fingerprint reader, the ExpressSign-in feature can detect your presence using an infrared camera and Windows Hello for contactless automatic wake-up and lock functions. The two-in-one features an outward-facing 8MP 1080p camera and a front-facing 5MP camera with an Intel image processor.
There’s a pair of noise-canceling microphones, which Dell has placed on top to reduce typing noise. Dell suggests that Intelligent Audio technology can filter out background noise, keep the volume stable, and prioritize “preferred voices”.
You can pick up an optional active stylus that sits in the corner between the new folio keyboard and the screen. Dell says that when you place the stylus there, it can fully charge in 30 seconds. An ExpressCharge feature can recharge the 7320 Detachable’s battery from zero to 80 percent of its capacity in an hour, according to Dell. On the connectivity front, there is support for WiFi 6, 4G LTE, and eSIM.
As for the guts, the 7320 Detachable has an 11th generation Intel processor (up to Core i7) with Integrated Iris Xe graphics. You can have up to 32 GB of LPDDR4 SDRAM. However, the memory is soldered to the card and is not upgradeable.
On paper, the machine checks many of the right boxes for business users, so Dell could have a serious competitor at the high end. Microsoft Surface devices on his hands. The Detachable Latitude 7320 starts at $ 1,549 and it’s available today.
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