Dell has officially launched two new Windows 10 productivity notebooks in its Latitude series in India. The Latitude 7275 and Latitude 7370 are the flagship notebooks in the Latitude 7000 series. Dell Latitude 7275 starts at Rs 87,990 while Latitude 7370 is priced at Rs 79,990.
Dell Latitude 7275 is a detachable 2-in-1 while Latitude 7370 is a traditional notebook. Both are smallest and lightest in their class.
The Dell Latitude 7275 features a 12.5-inch display with an optional 4K UHD display. The touchscreen 12.5-inch device connects to a magnetic keyboard. The 2-in-1 convertible is powered by latest Core M processor coupled with 4GB RAM.
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Dell Latitude 7370 on the other hand, is the world’s smallest and lightest 13-inch convertible notebook. The device sports a 13.3-inch InfinityEdge display like XPS 13 notebook. It is also powered by Core M processor.
The notebooks are positioned at enterprise customers who are looking for superior portability along with secure and manageable Windows 10 Pro ecosystem.
The laptops are preloaded with Windows 10 but can be downgraded to Windows 7 or Windows 8. Surprisingly Dell has dropped out Windows Hello support. Both the laptops come with a standard backlit keyboard and the active stylus is optional on Latitude 7275.