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.
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.)