Traditionally, Ultrabooks command a high premium. After all, you are getting a high-performance laptop, crammed with the latest features, with typically slim and lightweight bodies. Let’s not forget, too, that Intel has to certify a laptop as an Ultrabook before it can be sold using the Ultrabook name – so you are paying for bragging rights, too. As such, it cannot be much of a surprise that pricing for the Dell Latitude 13 7370 starts at £1179.
Aimed primarily at business users, the Dell Latitude 13 7370 is certainly a good-looking piece of kit. Boasting a passively cooled Core m5-6Y57 CPU, PCIe SSD and InfinityEdge display, it looks to back up its appearance with decent hardware.
However, specifications on paper are one thing, and real-world performance is another. We put the Latitude 7370 through its paces to see if it is worth buying.
- Intel® Core™ m5-6Y57 (Dual Core, 1.10 GHz, 4MB cache)
- Windows 10 Pro
- 8GB LPDDR3 1866MHz Memory
- 256GB Solid State Drive M2 2280 PCIe
- 33.8cm (13.3”) FHD (1920 x 1080) InfinityEdge display
- 1 USB 3.0 (Type A)
- 2 Thunderbolt™
- 1 Micro HDMI
- Universal Jack
- 3 M.2 Expansion Slots: 1 SSD 1 WWAN and 1 WLAN/WiGig
- Lock Slot
- Optional SmartCard Reader and Touch Fingerprint Reader
- Micro SIM Card Slot
- Micro SD 4.0 Memory Card Reader
- Height: 14.32 mm (0.56″) x Width: 304.8 mm (12″) x Depth: 210.5 mm (8.3″)
- Weight: 1.12 kg (2.47 lbs)
- Intel® Dual Band Wireless-AC 8260 802.11ac + Bluetooth® 4.2 LE Wireless Card
- Primary 4-Cell (34Wh) battery
- E5 45w Type C Adapter