Dell’s Latitude series ushered in an update again, this time it is a brand new one Latitude 7320 Detachable Two-in-one notebook. A highlight of its design is the replacement of a 13.3-inch FHD screen with a narrower frame than in the past, which has increased the screen-to-body ratio to 84%. In addition, the maximum brightness of this panel is 500 nits, and it supports input via an optional stylus. There are 5MP and 8MP cameras on the front and back of the device, the former is equipped with Intel’s image processor. Dell has also added a fingerprint reader to this notebook. In addition, the device can also detect the presence of the user through an infrared camera, and supports the contactless automatic wake-up and lock function of Windows Hello.
It is worth mentioning that Dell also installed two noise-cancelling microphones on the top of this notebook. With Intelligent Audio technology, the device can better filter background noise and control the volume stabilization to highlight “a specific sound”. With more and more video calls during the epidemic, this feature should be quite popular among users.
On the Latitude 7320 Detachable’s protective cover, there is a groove above the keyboard. You can place the stylus here and fully charge it in just 30 seconds. As for the notebook itself, it can charge 80% of the power in 1 hour, and the device also supports WiFi 6, 4G LTE and eSIM. In terms of specifications, this product can be up to the 11th generation Intel Core i7 processor, with Iris Xe internal display and up to 32GB LPDDR4 SDRAM.
The price of Dell Latitude 7320 Detachable starts at US$1,549 (approximately RMB 10,050), and is the first to be sold in the United States from today.