This is an incredibly thin touchscreen laptop with an all-day battery. It's hard to believe it is just 2.7 pounds. My three favorite features of the E7370 are 1) It lays flat and opens 180 degrees, 2) You can charge it with the included charger OR any USB-C charger that is 24 watts or more, and 3) You can buy an optional WWAN card that will accept a T-Mobile or AT&T SIM card for data anywhere you go. I use the T-Mobile SIM and get international data included free with my regular data plan. This laptop is a tool I could not live without.
Dell has made a business laptop that is sexy and thin. This Latitude 7370 is built tough with carbon fiber and aluminum and it offers important security and manageability features. with a framless InfinityEdge display, Core-m processors and passive cooling, the Latitude 13-7370 is Dell's new interpretation of a classic business notebook.
In fact, Dell claims that the Latitude 13 7000 series is "the world's smallest business-class ultrabook". At 2.7 pounds and 12 x 8.3 x 0.6 inches, this laptop is ultra-portable and light enough for constant travel.
The E7370 ports are abundant. The left side has two Thunderbolt 3 ports that support USB-C, a micro HDMI port and a SIM card slot (optional WWAN Card Required). The right side has a SD card reader, audio port, a USB 3.0 port and security lock. This laptop features an amazing 3200 x 1800 resolution Quad HD+ Touchscreen display, an HD webcam, and is running Windows 10 Pro Edition. This laptop MSRP was $1743. You save 71%.
- Intel Core M5 6Y57 1.1ghz
- 8GB DDR3 memory
- 256GB SSD Hard drive
- 13.3" Quad HD Display
- 3200 x 1800 Resolution Touch Screen
- 2 USB-C Ports
- 1-Micro HDMI
- 720p Webcam
- Windows 10 Pro Pre Loaded
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Just received the ultrabook and it looks like new. So far very happy with the purchase.
Laptop seems to have been used prior to refurbishing a little more than I would have liked - you can tell by the numerous scratches at the HDMI, USB ports and power input. There is also a large scratch on the top of the unit. I'm guessing someone owned this unit for awhile before it was refurbished. The description should at least say 'used/refurbished' and not just 'refurbished.' The battery is also draining pretty fast as it is consistently dropping from a full charge to 50-60% in less than 1 hr of light use, basic internet browsing, etc, and no streaming. I plugged in a fully charged iPod and it drained from roughly 50% to a low battery warning almost instantaneously. It's definitely not an "All Day Battery" as stated in the description. I might need to spring for a new one. All that said, the touchscreen is quite responsive and the laptop is fast and performing well after a couple days of use so $450 (+ $100 for a new battery?) for a $1000+ laptop isn't too bad a deal I suppose.