August/September was a busy month as we clear insane amount of backlogs while juggling with tastings and fam trips. When we were sent the Dell’s Latitude 7370, we were skeptical if it was going to be able to keep up with the amount of traveling and heavy video editing.
Our editor decided to put the nifty laptop to the test by bringing it to his Bali trip!
Here’s what we think about the laptop after being with the laptop for a week in Bali.
We needed a functional laptop that’s able to put up with the long hours of abuse and running a few video programs in the background. Our time spent with the Dell Latitude 13 7370 was amazing. It is incredibly well designed, with a beautifully slim body, measuring barely 14mm thick. The display is stunningly sharp, while the laptop’s bezel is very, very thin. As an Ultrabook, the Latitude 7370 also crams in many of the latest features you would expect – 2 Thunderbolt Type C ports, for instance, as well as the speedy PCIe SSD. The Core m5-6Y57 is also passively cooled, which means the laptop is completely silent at all times.
As for the display, The Latitude 13 (7370) has a 13.3 inch display. I personally feel that this size is a perfect size for a potable work laptop.
If you are a small business owner and you need a laptop to hook up to a monitor in your home office but also take on a business trip and not need a plug all day, then this is one of the computers you should be considering. We have a tiny problem with it though, the surface is susceptible to dirt and not easy to clean; fine dust in particular sticks to the base unit. Next would be the sound quality, we would suggest ear phones if you are using this laptop. Definitely not enough to get the room dancing if you are blasting music from it.
For detailed technical specifications: http://www.dell.com/sg/business/p/latitude-13-7370-laptop/pd