Reviews and Problems with Dell Latitude 14 - E7440
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24 June 2014
Summary: Consumer devices follow the current trend of lightweight and mobility. Laptop makers are aiming to provide users with not just a thinner laptop, but also powerful and rugged enough to handle your daily tasks and hectic lifestyle.
Conclusion: The rugged Dell Latitude E7440 Touch business ultrabook offers a nice mix of premium features, good performance, excellent battery life, and compatibility with other E-series Latitude laptops in Dell's stable.
Pros: Ruggedized MIL-SPEC construction. Bright, crisp 1080p screen. Good capacity in SSD. Dual pointing devices. Removable battery. Three USB 3.0 ports, HDMI, Ethernet, and mini-DisplayPort. Compatible with wired and WiGig wireless docks. Comfortable keyboard. 802.11ac + Bluetooth 4.0.
Summary: Predictability is not a bad thing in a business notebook, and the Dell Latitude E7440 delivers on that front. With the exception of a couple of tests that were affected by this machine's relatively low available memory bandwidth, the Latitude E7440 matched or exceeded other systems in our test bank...
Excerpt: The Dell Latitude E7440 could be the most productive Ultrabook we’ve ever tested. Working fascia, speed, battery life, ports, options, the list of plus-points goes on, but only for certain versions. Read on for a full review of this business-focused Ultrabook.
Dell Latitude E7440: Hefty to carry, but a joy to use
19 May 2014
Excerpt: While taking notes for my review of Dell's latest business notebook, I repeatedly found myself saying "Well, on the other hand..." The Latitude E7440 is bulky for a 14-inch Ultrabook-- it's almost a pound heavier than Lenovo's X1 Carbon Touch . On the other hand, it's super tough.
Summary: Dell's Latitude E7440 ticks all the right boxes for business buyers, offering Intel vPro capability, touch support for Windows 8 and a removable battery in a solid and durable-feeling system, which should stand up to life on the road.
Pros: Durable, removable battery, vPro, good connectivity options, optional security features
Cons: Relatively low battery life, pricey, chunky for an ultraportable