Powered by an Intel Core i5-6300U processor, 8GB of memory, and a 256GB SSD, the Dell Latitude 7280 runs smoothly and cranks through basic tasks just fine. On the other hand, it’s super tough. You could drop it on the sidewalk and it’d still deliver the sales projections for tomorrow’s meeting. It’s outfitted with both HDMI and DisplayPort. Its battery croaks after just 4.5 hours. This battery is removable, so you can swap in a spare.
Dell Latitude gives users the power and connectivity they need throughout the day, no matter how they work. With industry-leading battery life and extensive connectivity options like 4G/LTE and single cable docking, workers can be confident that they can stay connected wherever they are. And with features like Express Charge, which gives workers up to an 80% charge in less than an hour, workers can seamlessly move between their desks and meetings.
Tough and attractive
The Dell Latitude 7280 manages to be both pretty and rugged, its shell formed by the tough metal and carbon-composite material quickly gaining favor with higher-end PC makers. When gripped, the 7280 by the two ends and you try to twist it, it doesn’t give one iota. Even the screen panel, a mere quarter-inch thick, barely flexes when the lid is whipped up by just its corner and snapped shut it again.
Too many Ultrabook designers drop important ports in pursuit of ever-thinner profiles. The Dell Latitude 7280 offers nearly everything you could ask for in a laptop this size, including hardwired Ethernet, HDMI, mini DisplayPort, an SD card reader, and three USB 3.0 ports. Many of these ports are located on the notebook’s rear deck, which makes them a bit of a hassle to access. Dell outfits the Latitude 3380 with an 802.11ac Wi-Fi adapter. But if you find yourself frequently deskbound, Dell includes a docking station port on the bottom of the computer.
The Intel Core i5-6300U
The Intel Core i5-6300U is a member of the latest 7th Generation Intel Core laptop processor family. The i5-7300U is a mid-tier dual-core CPU in the 7th Gen series, as opposed to the lower-mid-range i3-7100U and upper-mid-range i7-7500U from the same family. The chip is based on the same 14-nanometer production technology and has a thermal design power of 15 Watts. As the main improvements, the 7th Gen i7 CPUs have slightly faster clock speeds than their 6th Gen counterparts. Additionally, Intel highlights further improvements in Ultra HD (4K) high-resolution video playback, such as longer battery runtimes when playing UHD content.
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