The new Dell Latitude 13 7370 seems to share some DNA with old Lenovo designs while still incorporating new features, such as a display that is happy functional when completely flat. The basic model ships with a 1080p screen, though a touch-enabled 2560×1440 model will also be available soon. I has only a single USB 3.0 connector, which is made up for by the inclusion of two Type-C 3.1 ports with Thunderbolt 3 compatibility; once peripherals compatible with the new connection arrive you will be quite happy. Dell has also chosen to use Core M Skylake parts as opposed to the i3's through i7's of previous models so you might not want this to run statistical analysis on but the standard SSD will ensure decent load times. You can see more about the new Dell over at The Inquirer.
"PC MAKER Dell updated its Latitude 13 7000 Series at last CES last week, and the Latitude 13 7370 leads the charge in the company's plan to shed the image of business laptops as stuffy, clunky work machines."
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“I has only a single USB 3.0
“I has only a single USB 3.0 connector, which is made up for by the inclusion of two Type-C 3.1 ports”
So it has 3x USB 3 connectors, but only one of which is Type A.
4:55 am? Go to bed 😉
4:55 am? Go to bed 😉
Anywho, beat me to it. Had to read that twice to make sure I wasn’t reading it incorrectly.
Well the article is right in
Well the article is right in saying it has a single 3.0 port, it has 1×3.0 and 2×3.1 but yes it should probably have been worded slightly differently for clarity. Something like “It contains 3 USB 3 ports, 2 USB-C USB3.1 ports which are thunderbolt capable with the remaining port being a standard Type A USB3.0 port.”
I hear what you say but
I hear what you say but seeing how the plugs are incomapatible, it makes sense to refer to them as different … seems to be clearer that stating there are three but only one of this and two of those? no?
“leads the charge in the
“leads the charge in the company’s plan to shed the image of business laptops as stuffy, clunky work machines.”
“leads the charge in the company’s plan to shed the image of business laptops as stuffy, clunky work machines and produce the equivalent of limited netbooks that can’t do a whole lot.”
A big reason that the clunky work machines exist is because you bring them to a wide variety of environments where connectivity can be limited or archaic and you need compatibility instead of sleekness.
“The basic model ships with a
“The basic model ships with a 1080p screen, though a touch-enabled 2560×1440 model will also be available soon.”
They do this so often its like a signature move now for dell. How GD hard is it to source the good screen for your products from the beginning???