Dell was kind enough to drop off one of their Latitude 7000 Series Ultrabooks for us to get our hands on. After spending a couple of days with it, Rob Robinson and I put together this quick video review.
The 13 7000 series are 2-in-1 Ultrabooks with a detachable keyboard. The thing that really sets it apart is that the keyboard unit and the tablet each have their own batteries, which means in laptop mode you get a full day worth of battery life. Even in tablet mode, you still get between 8 and 7 hours.
The 7000 series is extraordinarily well built. The laptop hinge assembly is sturdy, and the body is metal. It is also very lightweight.
All in all this is a real business class Ultrabook perfect for mobile office productivity. Watch the video to see it in action.
The 13 7000 series comes in a variety of configurations. We reviewed the 7350, here are some key specifications:
- Width: 320mm
- Height: 19.925mm
- Depth: 229.73mm
- Starting weight: 3.67lbs
- Stereo global headset jack
- SD 4.0 card reader
- Mobile Display Port,
- (2) USB3.0 (1 w/ Powershare)