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As we said at the beginning of the review, we are not entirely happy with Dell's decision to pair this notebook with Comet Lake-U processors. However, even though it doesn't provide great performance, you have efficiency. Our unit got 17 hours of Web brow...
Premium build materials (aluminum or carbon fiber), Excellent battery life, PCIe x4 support, Two Thunderbolt 3 connectors and a MicroSD card reader, 98% of sRGB coverage and great color accuracy with our Gaming and Web design profile (Innolux 133HCG-MF95F...
RAM is soldered to the motherboard, High deviation in luminance in the top left corner (Innolux 133HCG-MF95F), Rather expensive
The Dell Latitude 7310's privacy screen and proximity sensor will foil nosy neighbors, while its Core i7 Comet Lake processor will speed you though everyday and multi-core computing tasks...
Solid and ruggedized shell, Privacy screen thwarts prying eyes, Proximity sensor locks and wakes the screen, Impressive multi-core performance over time
A tad heavy for its size, Middling multi-core performance in short busts
This is absolutely one of my favorite business laptops. It has a sleek, unique look, and it fits into a compact footprint. It's super light, so it's easy to carry around and take on the go. It's a great option if you go for one of the 4G LTE SKUs.My bigge...
Terrible viewing angles on an already dim display, Ridiculously expensive
In review: Dell Latitude 7310. Test unit provided by DellAs if last year's Latitude 7300 wasn't compact enough, the Latitude 7310 is now even smaller, lighter, and more discreet to fit in just about any office or work environment. Aside from the spongy cl...
proximity sensor, webcam shutter, vPro, IR, and fingerprint reader security options, carbon fiber or aluminum chassis options, upgradeable M.2 NVMe SSD, 4x4 WWAN options, long battery life, quiet fan noise, lightweight, no PWM
very minor gen-to-gen CPU performance advantages, no dedicated mouse keys or TrackPoint, non-upgradeable RAM or WLAN, pricey on higher configurations, no brighter display options, no faster GPU options, soft clickpad keys