Dell Latitude 13 7330
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Average of 5 scores (from 5 reviews)
Reviews for the Dell Latitude 13 7330
For most laptop families, OEMs simply offer just one material option such as magnesium alloy or carbon fiber a la the HP Spectre or the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon, respectively. The Latitude 7330 wants to do it all by giving users the option to choose between three different materials.
Source: The Verge
Business laptops like this have a laundry list of benefits for professionals — not just in remote management but on the security side as well. The Latitude’s presence-detection, enterprise-class security, and dual-network connectivity could be huge benefits to a family business owner or a founder who’s getting a startup off the ground. But I worry about how much those customers would be giving up in going for this Latitude. And the priorities of IT managers purchasing giant fleets are further from my purview as a critic, but my instinct is that you folks should consider models that will more reliably service the varying needs of your full workforce, especially when it comes to battery life.
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 03/10/2023
Rating: Total score: 40%
Source: PC Mag
The Dell Latitude 7330 Ultralight is a capable ultraportable with a good array of ports, and it reminds us that an old-school 1080p display can still be quite nice in this age of different aspect ratios. But the Ultralight version gives up its siblings' bigger battery and conveniences like a fingerprint reader and face recognition webcam, and the 7330 generally lacks the panache of more stylish designs like the square-screened HP Dragonfly Elite G3 (which admittedly costs a few hundred dollars more). It'll appeal to IT managers, but it's not the most elegant option.
Single Review, online available, Very Long, Date: 09/21/2022
Rating: Total score: 70%
Source: XDA Developers
If you make a lot of video calls, you’re better off with the carbon fiber model, which is just a little bit heavier but comes with an FHD webcam. The Dell Latitude 7330 comes in a variety of flavors, but the Ultralight model weighs in at well under a kilogram, still packing Intel 12th-gen processors, an array of ports, and more.
Single Review, online available, Very Long, Date: 09/11/2022
Source: Digital Trends
The Latitude 7330 Ultralight sounds like a great idea. Take a solid business laptop and construct a version with lighter materials, making it one of the lightest laptops you can buy. But Dell compromised too much, stripping off some of the features that would be most compelling to its target market. It doesn’t help that performance is at the low end of its class, and its battery life is less than average. Yes, it’s a very light laptop, but that’s not enough to justify its high price compared to some compelling alternatives.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 08/09/2022
Rating: Total score: 60%
Source: PC World
Dell’s Latitude 7330 Ultralight isn’t meant for an average PC shopper. It’s not meant for PC enthusiasts. It’s not even meant for prosumers. This laptop targets big organizations that want to deploy hundreds, possibly thousands of functional, reliable, and identical laptops. It hits the mark. The Latitude 7330 Ultralight is a simple machine with a great keyboard, nice touchpad, and readable anti-glare display. It’s light, packable, and the battery can be topped off with any common USB-C charger. It supports the latest Wi-Fi 6E standard and offers optional mobile data. Unfortunately, the laptop’s flaws make it unappealing for individuals. It looks and feels much less expensive than its high price tag would suggest. Consumer laptops offer superior performance at roughly half the price. This leaves the Latitude 7330 Ultralight in a rough spot. It’s not a bad laptop, really, but an Apple MacBook Air, Lenovo Yoga 9i, or Dell XPS 13 delivers far more value.
Single Review, online available, Very Long, Date: 08/03/2022
Rating: Total score: 55%
Series: The Dell Latitude 7300 knocks things straight out of the park by ticking a lot of the boxes from a list of essential specifications most commonly sought in a superb working laptop model. The Dell Latitude 7300 currently holds the record for being the world’s smallest premium business-class notebook with just capping at an approximated maximum of 13 inch in size and length. The Dell Latitude 7300’s clean and immaculate appearance is definitely something to vie for, not to mention that it also houses a few tricks up its ports and sleeves for hasty users to secure the fastest Internet connection within their immediate proximity.
First of all, as mentioned before, the Dell Latitude 7300 is only measured up to an approximated 13 inch in total, it also welcomes you to a smarter design, which can be traced with the tip of a finger. For instance, the improved screen of the Dell Latitude 7300 consists of a four-sided narrow border panel with an anti-glare matte finish. The four-sided narrow border not only magnifies the screen-to-body ratio percentage of the Dell Latitude 7300 for better immersion, but the anti-glare matte screen can effectively prevent reflection of light sourced from the backlight of a bright environment. This makes the Dell Latitude 7300 convenient to be operated at wherever and whenever users desire should they intend to bring work from home or to a quick getaway at the nearest beach.
The Dell Latitude 7300 comes equipped with the state-of-the-art 8th generation Intel Core i7-8665U processor. The Intel Core i7-8665U is a power efficient quad-core unit, which can be commonly found in the latest releases of high-end notebooks or ultrabooks in the scene. This processor unit offers a higher clock speed up to 4,800 MHz upon the activation of Turbo mode thanks to its production using the 14 nm process.
The physical design of the laptop itself can be chosen from two available alternatives between a chassis with new aluminum finish or formed from durable carbon fiber weave depending on the one’s taste. The new aluminum finish exudes a strong and illustrious business executive vibe, which is perfect to be brought into a workplace or wherever just to highlight on one’s career and identity. The carbon fiber weave finish creates a more aesthetically-pleasing look, which adds a certain kind of extra flavor to the overall presentation of the Dell Latitude 7300. All in all, the design of both physical variations are impressively done with hardly any visible flaw to point out.
Hands-on article by Jagadisa Rajarathnam
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62.8%: Such a poor rating is rare. There are only a few notebooks that were rated even worse. The rating websites do not give a purchase recommendation here.
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