The Dell Latitude 7370 was made in response to business people who liked the coveted Dell XPS 13 albeit it was supposed to be a “consumer” laptop. With the 7370, there has been tweaks in design and features that lean more towards productivity.
The Dell Latitude 7370 is Made for Business People
The basics of the Dell Latitude 7370 is quite the same with that of the XPS 13. It is a 13-inch laptop found in a tiny body. But the firm likes to state that it is a 13-inch laptop encased in a 12-inch frame. It weighs a lightweight 1-kilogram, has a more than average battery life, and it comes in either Full HD or Quad HD screens. While this does look amazing on paper, it is not anything entirely new.
The differences will start once you take a gander at its design. To start, the Latitude 7370 is black, and there are lots of it to go around within the unit. There are not fancy silver streaks or bits splattered here and there. It is made with a soft-touch black plastic, except for the carbon-fiber lid. While there are some who may not like the all-black appearance too much (since it does look a tad on the plain side), it does look great as it has ultra-thin bezels.
For its keyboard, it has a nice, defined feel to it. It is also really quiet when typing on it that keyboard warriors would find the experience to be very likable. The touchpad is large and smooth, and the display is made with an anti-glare coating. This anti-glare coating is so effective that you may even be stunned as there is a complete lack of reflections when looking straight at the screen.
As for its core hardware, it is still pretty much the same as with the XPS 13, with the addition of TPM security and Intel vPro. These additions are all part of the big business integration. There are also two USB type C ports and a Thunderbolt port which provides ample connectivity. If the connection options are still not enough to your liking, there are Thunderbolt docking stations which can expand that to plenty of other options, including the support of up to three 4K screens.
Ultimately, the Dell Latitude 7370 is a very likeable product which has been tweaked even further from an already great machine. The updates are not too overly complicated as this is based on an existing product, but Dell has made it in such a way that is incredibly pleasing.