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Dell Latitude 5320, provided byDell's Latitude 5320 scores 84% in the rating. That is a good result, but it cannot keep up with the scores of Lenovo's rivals (86-88%). How can that be, since the runtimes are strong, there is Thunderbolt 4, and the emissio...
chic, compact metal case, good keyboard (illuminated), good battery runtimes, very fast memory card reader (MicroSD), can work quietly, WWAN-ready, USB 4.0 with Thunderbolt 4, Power Delivery power supply
Display should shine brighter and offer better colors, Feedback ClickPad, Mouse pad now without buttons, No more RAM sockets, Core i5 not fully utilized, only one year warranty as standard
Well, to keep it short, the biggest selling point of this notebook is clearly the display its touchscreen IPS panel (LG V0GPY-133WF7 (LGD05DC)) has a Full HD resolution, very good contrast ratio, comfortable viewing angles, and wide color coverage of abou...
A ton of security software, Doesn't use PWM for brightness adjustment (LG V0GPY-133WF7), Wi-Fi 6 support, optional LTE connectivity, and an optional Smart Card reader, Great battery life, Comfortable keyboard (but suffers from deck flex), Optional fingerp...
Build quality doesn't match the premium price tag, Memory is soldered to the motherboard, No Pen inside the box