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Dell Latitude 14 - E7440

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Overall 8

Dell Latitude E7440 Touch

PC Magazine
10 March 2014
  • 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.
  • Cons: Somewhat pricey.
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Overall 7

Dell Latitude E7440 Touch Business Ultrabook Review

14 February 2014
  • Excerpt: The Dell Latitude E7440 is not quite as sexy as some of the sleek  ultrabooks out there, but it’s also not as square as most business notebooks we've been subjected to over the years. The Dell Latitude E7440 thus continues a trend we’ve been noticing lately of companies gussying up their business-class laptops, while maintaining a professional look so as not to distract in the conference room.
  • Pros: Beautiful display, 256GB SSD good balance of capacity and performance, No bloatware
  • Cons: Price, Relatively weak battery life under load, Weak RAM configuration
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Dell's Latitude E7440 - A business Ultrabook set to redefine standards

Windows Phone Central
10 February 2014
  • Excerpt: When Dell ’s Latitude 7000 series laptop showed up at our doorstep for review, there was one simple word that came immediately to mind – “Wow”. The new 7000 series machines from Dell are not only a new standard for Dell, but also a new standard for business machines all around. Read on as we take an in-depth look at the design, performance, and value of Dell’s latest creation.
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Dell's Latitude E7440 - A business Ultrabook set to redefine standards

6 February 2014
Overall 8

Expert Review

5 February 2014
  • Conclusion: By the time you upgrade competitors' warranties to on-site service, you're looking at similar price tags, and still not getting most of the security features included with the E7440. If peace of mind is your greatest concern when shopping for a business laptop, and you don't mind paying extra for a 1080p touch screen, we think the Latitude E7440 Touch is money well spent.
  • Pros: Attractive, durable design, Excellent keyboard, Vibrant 1080p display, Robust security suite, Long battery life, Three-year warranty
  • Cons: Pricey as configured, Most ports are rear-facing, Mediocre Webcam
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Dell Latitude E7440 Ultrabook Review

27 November 2013
  • 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.
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Overall 7
Performance 6
Sound 5
Battery performance 8
Display 7
Weight 10
Noise 9
Gaming performance 7
Connectivity 7
Keyboard 9
Temperature 8

Review Dell Latitude E7440 Notebook

5 October 2013
  • 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. We review the entry-level configuration with a Core i5 processor, a 500 GB hard drive and a WXGA display.
  • 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 rivals with comparable qualities in these areas.
  • 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 stressed by the high price.
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Overall 8

Dell Latitude E7440 review

9 May 2014
  • 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
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Overall 8

Dell Latitude E7440

Trusted Reviews
5 March 2014
  • Summary: This is a top-notch ultrabook for business minded folk with a removable battery
  • Pros: Fantastic build quality, Powerful Core i7 processor, Full HD screen, Removable battery
  • Cons: No larger batteries available, Poor speakers, Average colour accuracy
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Overall 8

Dell Latitude E7440 Ultrabook review

15 January 2014
  • Excerpt: We put Dell's 14in £1,500 Ultrabook to the test. But is it good enough to justify the premium price?
  • Pros: Powerful processor, Fantastic build quality, Bright, high-contrast screen
  • Cons: Average colour accuracy, Mediocre battery life
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