Although the CES 2019 fair officially begins on January 8th, at a press conference, Dell has already introduced its hybrid notebook with an extremely long-lasting battery.
This year’s consumer electronics market seems to have more emphasis on laptops and less on tablets, whose future is somewhat questionable. The new Dell Latitude 7400, besides being a 2-in-1 hybrid notebook, boasts a battery life of up to 24 hours, so you’ll only have to charge it every third working day.
When we say hybrid then we think about its versatility of use, or its positions, which you can see on the cover image. Of course, the first was designed by Lenovo, and the rest of the companies included laptops manufacturers accepting this patent.
This notebook can boast an excellent casing made of aluminum and machined with precision CNC machining, so it looks very stylish and beautiful. Thin is only 14.89 millimeters and weighs only 1.36 kilograms. The screen is 14 inches and Full HD resolution, responsive to a 10-point touch-screen touch (Super Low Power 10 point touchscreen) and has a brightness of 300 inches. Interestingly, the screen also has Gorilla Glass 5 glass protection, and is compatible with Dell’s Active Pen digital pen (sold separately).
Expected, this notebook works on a 4-core Intel 8th generation processor (Whiskey Lake-U), which comes with integrated UHD 620 graphics, and 16GB of RAM. For storage there is SSD M.2-2280 PCIe / NVMe up to 2TB, as well as two fast Thunderbolt 3 USB Type-C ports, and two USB 3.0 Type-A ports, and there is HDMI video output and microSD card reader , smart cards and audio input. As far as wireless connectivity is concerned, you have a fast Wi-Fi (ac / ax), Bluetooth, and 4G LTE modem (optional).
And price? They say the new Dell Latitude 7400 2-in-1 notebook will begin selling in March at $ 1,599.