Dell Latitude E7370 Ultrabook Review

Once again, thanks to the generous guys at Dell, we’ll be taking a look at the Dell Latitude E7370 Ultrabook. This notebook is basically the “Latitude” version of the XPS13 series, which Dell claims to be the the world’s smallest 13-inch business-class laptop. It’s designed for the business/corporate user and comes with additional features such as a fingerprint reader, cellular SIM card slot, Smart Card reader, as well as a NFC card reader.

 

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The review sample we received is powered by Intel’s latest generation of Core M5 (Skylake – 14nm) processor running at 1.1GHz, featuring integrated HD Graphics 515 and comes with 8GB DDR3-1600MHz ram and 256Gb SSD storage. You also get large 13.3″ FHD (1920 x 1080), Non-Touch Infinity Anti Glare (16:9) WLED screen.

Dell is also offering the same model with the option of a 13.3″ QHD+ (3200 x 1800) Touch Infinity Anti Glare ETE with Corning® Gorilla® Glass.

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When the Dell XPS13 series of ultrabooks was released a few years ago, it received rave reviews and won numerous awards. I, myself was using one for several years, until I moved over to a Macbook Air just a few months ago. So when I got the chance to check out the new Latitude E7370, I was excited to see what it was like in comparison.

 

Aimed at the business user, the new Latitude E7370 not only features Intel’s new Core M5 (Skylake – 14nm) processor, but also comes with the new USB-C type connectors, as well as all the additional business-class features … such as a fingerprint reader, cellular SIM card slot, Smart Card reader and a NFC card reader. The kind of things that you don’t normally see on consumer laptops, or even the original XPS13 for that matter.

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Last month we reviewed the Dell Latitude E7270, which we thought was pretty decent. But how will the new Latitude E7370 compare? With a lower speed of only 1.1GHz (but with an energy efficient Core M processor), I’m not expecting it to beat the E7270 in terms of performance, but I am interested in seeing how it will perform in comparison.

OK, enough talk … let’s see what the Dell Latitude E7370 Ultrabook can do for us. We’ll start off with a short video.

 

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