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Dell Latitude 13 7370 Ultrabook Review


As the Latitude 7370 I received has a 256GB PCIe SSD (cheaper variants of the laptop have smaller, SATA SSDs), there was approximately 191GB of free space after a fresh install of Windows 10 Pro.



Above you can see an overview of the Core m5-6Y57 courtesy of CPU-Z. The chip is clocked at 1.1GHz which boosts as high as 2.8GHz, although I found the CPU rarely reached this figure. Under load, the CPU speed typically sat around the 1.6-1.8GHz mark. The system has 8GB of DDR3 RAM at 1866MHz. Graphics duties are handled by Intel HD Graphics 515 – integrated within the Core m CPU.

Comparison systems

For the review today, where applicable, I compare the following systems to the Latitude 7370:

Test software

I test using the following software applications:

  • Cinebench R15
  • Handbrake
  • 3DMark
  • CrystalDiskMark
  • ATTO Disk Benchmark
  • Prime 95 (version 26.6)
  • CPUID HWMonitor
  • PCMark 8

I also test with Tomb Raider (2013) to assess the graphical capabilities of the Latitude 7370.

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