Dell’s New Latitude 7320 Removable Takes on the Floor Professional

Dell's new Latitude 7320 Detachable features a new design that rivals Microsoft's Surface Pro 2-in-1.

The new Windows 10 tablet starts at $ 1,550 and has slim bezels, 11th generation Intel processors under the hood, and features for businesses and business users.

For everyone else, the highlight of the new Latitude 7320 Detachable is the 13-inch screen with a page size of 3: 2 and a resolution of 1920 x 1280. Similar to Microsoft Surface Pro X, Dell has increased the tablet's frame by 10 between the generations % zoomed out for a screen-to-body ratio of 84%.

This will allow you to fit your screen and multitask more efficiently, much like the Dell XPS 13 laptop. The detachable Latitude 7320 now has some of the thinnest bezels among current Windows tablets, beating Microsoft's Surface Pro 7 and the detachable Lenovo ThinkPad X12.

There is even an option for a detachable keyboard with a housing for a pen. Both are separate purchases. However, Dell claims that the pen charges up to 100% in 30 seconds while inside the keyboard case. The wand offers continuous use for up to 90 minutes. The keyboard also features a brushed aluminum and synthetic suede finish and a magnetic hinge that allows it to be attached to the Latitude tablet when the stand is opened. This is exactly the same as Microsoft's Surface Pro X Signature keyboard, which has a housing for the rechargeable Surface Slim Pen.

The big differentiator from the Surface Pro X, however, is what is in this tablet. Dell offers options for 11th generation Intel Core processors and up to a Core i7 vPro. RAM can also be expanded up to 16 GB, and PCIe NVMe storage options range from 128 GB to 1 TB. For comparison: The Surface Pro X offers a maximum of 512 GB of storage and 16 GB of RAM.

Microsoft Surface Pro X has a Qualcomm processor under the hood, which means there are app compatibility issues. Since Dell chooses 11th generation Intel processors, this is not a problem. The tablet is Intel Evo certified as it comes with Iris Xe graphics on board. According to Dell, it offers up to 54% more performance than its predecessor, the Latitude 7210 Detachable.

Other important features of the Latitude 7320 Detachable are the webcam and connectivity options. There are two Thunderbolt 4 ports on board, as well as an optional fingerprint reader and a SmartCard reader. The front-facing 5 megapixel full HD webcam promises brighter and sharper videos in poor lighting conditions. On the back there is an 8 megapixel camera for whiteboard photography. If necessary, a Windows Hello face login can also be added as an option for the front camera.

Dell has also thought of those who may not always have access to Wi-Fi. The tablet has options for 4G LTE and eSIM models with a Qualcomm Snapdragon X20 LTE modem, much like the Surface Pro X has an LTE option.

As a business and enterprise tablet, the Latitude 7320 Detachable naturally offers some unique intelligent features. This includes Dell Express Connect, which can join the strongest Wi-FI network in the office and route your bandwidth for video conferencing.

There's also an express sign-in that lets you activate the device instantly and sign in without a password, while locking the device when you leave it. Express Charge (for a charge of 35% in 20 minutes) Intelligent Audio (for improved audio quality) and Express Response (which prioritizes your important apps) complete the functions of the tablet.

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