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D ell's Dell's Latitude line is the answer to Lenovo's ThinkPad business notebooks, some of the best laptops on the market. Latitudes aren't much to look at, but they come packed with security features. There's a proximity sensor that automatically locks...
Corporate chic with extraordinarily compact chassis, High-resolution QHD+ screen, Easy component access, HDMI and Thunderbolt 4 ports, plus Wi-Fi 6E support, Nifty automatic camera privacy shutter, Standard three-year warranty
Steep price, Shorter battery life than Latitude 9410 2-in-1 predecessor
The battery life of the Latitude 9420 may leave room for improvement, but it should still provide a full day's work when you're on the move, and there's plenty of processing power to handle productivity tools such as Microsoft Office. The versatile 2-in-1...
Slim, but durable chassis, Fantastic QHD+ 16:10 display, Fast performance, Epic battery life, Good quad speakers
Subpar 720p webcam, Stylus costs extra, Not the lightest option, Uninspired styling, Pricey
Usually, we are harsher on devices that come at a premium price. Especially when their manufacturers are promising so much, that it seems unreal. Unfortunately, the Latitude 14 9420 (2-in-1) isn't perfect. Well, nobody expected it to be, but the major cav...
Stylish and strong all-aluminum design, 99% sRGB coverage a great color accuracy with our Gaming and Web design profile (AUO 5NW15-B140QAN (AUOD911)), Great battery life, Two Thunderbolt 4.0 ports, a MicroSD card reader, and an optional 5G connection, Sup...
No stylus, Soldered memory
In review: Dell Latitude 9420 2-in-1. Test unit provided by DellThe Latitude 9420 2-in-1 is a huge leap over the older 9410 2-in-1. The new 16:10 aspect ratio is more fitting for office-type workloads, the speakers are louder, processor performance has be...
larger clickpad and more comfortable keyboard keys, high CPU and GPU performance, automatic camera shutter, improved quad speakers, new 16:10 aspect ratio
smaller battery and shorter runtimes than last generation model, unsteady clock rates and frame rates at high loads, WAN slot serves no purpose on WAN-less SKUs, no more dedicated PgUp and PgDn keys, supports M.2 2230 SSD size only