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.
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.
Summary: Business on the road. Not only consumer devices follow the trend towards thinner notebooks and ultrabooks. Dell's new Latitude E7440 proves that mobility, port variety and office qualities can also be combined in a business notebook nowadays.
Pros: High-quality materials, Good build quality, Comprehensive upgradeability and maintainability, Excellent input devices, Low emissions, Long battery runtimes, Powerful speakers, Excellent core features of the Latitude are build quality, input devices, emissions and mobility. There are not many riva...
Cons: Disappointing display, Low GPU performance, SSD not standard, High retail price, The E7440 would be an almost perfect notebook with a larger battery, an SSD and a better display - all of which are available for an additional charge. The only remaining problem is the wallet, which is really stress...
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