Reviews and Problems with Dell Latitude 14 - E7440
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Save your money for a new one
Michelle K., Amazon
1 January 2015
Summary: First, this is an old model which is not clearly advertised. Second, the SSD connection frequently resets causing the laptop to crash. Luckily, the laptop opens easily but now I have to carry around a small screwdriver with me at all times in case I need to reset that connection. Third, the screen is slowly breaking as several rows of pixels are dying across the screen. The product itself had potential, but don't buy here. Just get a new one.
For the cost, the Dell Latitude E7440 is ridiculously disappointing.
Adam Jones, Amazon
17 December 2014
Summary: The Dell Latitude E7440 is the kind of laptop your company forces on you. While smaller than Dell beasts of yore, it is barely thin enough to be called an Ultrabook. Don't expect it to sit on the seat back tray as well as a MacBook Air. There is no Bluetooth, so you have to use one of the three HDMI slots for a Bluetooth receiver. The ports on the bottom may be compatible with Dell's port replicator, but the position is all wrong.
Summary: This ultrabook isn't compatible and doesn't work properly. I'll be working in google docs and have pandora on in the background. I'll press backspace in google docs and it skips to the next song. I couldn't use it for work as it wasn't compatible with Govdelivery. Disconnects from the internet for no apparent reason. Yes, it's sleek and light, but what's the point if it doesn't work properly? It's screaming for me to return it and I will oblige.
Summary: This laptop comes with Windows 7 32-bit version, not 64-bit, which makes it totally useless. Since it does not come with product key code for windows, I had to buy windows separately to clean install again. What a waste of time...