09 January 2019
The CES 2019 is around the corner which means you should be ready for the announcement of tons of new products. Dell wraps off the cover from a new Latitude 7400 just ahead of the biggest tech event of the year. The new addition to the Latitude lineup is an ultra sleek machine with 2 a 2-in-1 form factor. The Latitude 7400 features polished aluminum chassis.
Following the latest trend, the company trimmed the bezels around the display to fit in a larger display in a compact body. Apart from having the Windows Hello as a primary security feature, the 7400 comes with a new Express Sign-In sensor which wakes up the PC when it detects the user. Dell claims the Latitude 7400 is the smallest 2-in-1 commercial PC so far. To make it even better portable machine, the company packed it with X20 modem which allows you to enjoy downloading speed up to 1.2Ghz.
The Latitude 7400 is running on the Intel's quad-core Whiskey Lake U-lineup chipset with up to 16GB DDR3 RAM. In terms of native storage, you can either have 1TB SSD storage or 512GB Opal 2.0 SED. The company also confirmed availability of 2TB variant later in summer this year. The Intel 620 is on board to take care of graphics. As OS it is pre-installed with the Windows 10. For connectivity, it has 2x Thunderbolt 3 and USB 3.1 ports.
The Latitude 7400 measurements are 320 x 8.57-15 x 200mm and weigh 3 pounds. Last but not the least the company claims the Latitude 7400 can survive up to 24 hours on a single charge. If the claim is accurate it will be one of its kind machines with 24 hours long battery life. The good thing is it can be recharged up to 80% in just sixty minutes.
The Latitude 7400 will be up for sale in March this year at a price tag of $1,599. Feel free to share your thoughts regarding the new Latitude 7400 2-in-1 in the comments section below. Stay tuned for more CES news.