What you need to know
- Dell today announced the latest addition to its Chromebook lineup.
- The Latitude 7410 Chromebook Enterprise is available as either a regular laptop or a 2-in-1.
- It starts at $1100.
Dell today announced a new Chromebook aimed at professionals and IT managers. Available as either a "business laptop or 2-in-1", the Latitude 7410 Chromebook Enterprise extends Dell's Chromebook offerings into the premium space.
It's Project Athena certified, which means portability and battery life are a big focus for this laptop, and it shows, with Dell claiming that the laptop can last up to 21 hours. OEM battery tests are, of course, known to not always be the most accurate representations of regular use, but the laptop should easily last you through the day if Dell's numbers are to be believed.
Thanks to the built-in ExpressCharge Boost tech, you can also charge the device from 0 to 35% in just 20 minutes or up to 80% in an hour.
In terms of specs, the laptop comes with a choice of up to Intel's 10th-gen i7 processors, paired with Wi-Fi 6 and even the option for LTE for those professionals on the go. It's also got a 4K display with a Low Blue Light tech that Dell says is a first for a Chromebook.
Available now in a choice of machined aluminum or carbon fiber, the Dell Latitude 7410 Chromebook Enterprise will set you back $1,299, though a cheaper variant starting at $1,099 and sporting a Core i3 processor is set to become available soon.
Dell Latitude 7410 Chromebook Enterprise
Sporting a premium metal or carbon fiber design, a 4K panel, and up to Intel's 10th-gen Core i7 processors, this is a Chromebook that can hold its own against any Windows machines — and even exceed them, with its battery life being rated at a solid 21 hours. Currently starting at $1,299, a cheaper Core i3 model of the 2-in-1 will also be available for $1,099 soon.
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