Right before CES 2019, Dell unleashed the new model of its 2-in-1 convertible laptop, the Latitude 7400, the design suited ideally for business work.

The remarkable features of this laptop include the ExpressSign-In called Cat that automatically logs the user in by sensing their presence. It does so by using a blend of Windows Hello and Intel’s Context Sensing Technology. It also automatically locks and switches the PC to sleep mode when the user is away.

Source:LaptoMag

The laptop was aimed to be made as the smallest 14 inch 2-in-1 commercial laptop. It functions on Intel’s 8th generation U-series CPU called “Whiskey Lake”. It can support 16 GB of LPDDR3 RAM up to a 1TB M.2 PCle NVMe SSD and Intel UHD Graphics 620 GPU.

With a touchscreen display and a full HD (16:9) resolution, the laptop has a narrow border display and anti-reflective and anti-smudge treatments along with Gorilla Glass 5.

The laptop is provided with two Thunderbolt 3 ports of Type-C and two USB 3.1 Gen1 ports of Type-A. It has a SIM Card slot, microSD card reader and FIPS 201 SmartCard reader as well.

It is equipped with a 52Wh or a 72Wh battery, available with or without the ExpressCharge. The ExpressCharge is supposed to charge the device to 80% in an hour. The laptop weighs around 1.36 kg and comes at a starting price of $1,599 (Rs 1,11,000 approx.)

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