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Dell Latitude 13 7350 Convertible Review

Sascha Mölck, Tanja Hinum (translated by Andreas Osthoff), 01/09/2015

Ultrabook Convertible. Dell’s Latitude 13 7350 is a mixture of an Ultrabook, a tablet and a convertible. The combination of silent operation, good keyboard and long battery runtimes make it a companion for business users.

For the original German review, see here.

The Dell Latitude 13 7350 is a device from the category detachable PC/Convertible. Dell combines a passively cooled 13.3-inch tablet with a keyboard dock. The device can be compared with an Ultrabook when it is closed, and it is designed for business users: TPM, a fingerprint reader and a SmartCard reader are available. Our review reveals whether the device is a good alternative to conventional 13.3-inch or 14-inch notebooks, respectively.

The Latitude combines several product categories in one device, which means the rivals are from different categories as well. For instance, the typical convertibles with a rotating display like the Fujitsu Lifebook T904. Tablets like the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 are also competitors, the same as normal Ultrabooks with or without a touchscreen – for example, the Toshiba Portégé Z30t-A-10X.

Case

The case of the device is completely black and Dell uses matte surfaces. Only the display and the display frame have glossy surfaces. The back of the tablet and the bottom of the dock are made of metal, while the rest of the chassis is made of plastic. The tablet has a mechanical connection with the keyboard dock. A small lever can release the docking mechanism. It is easy to access the hardware of the tablet since you can remove the back cover, which is only secured by plastic clips. Screws are not used.

The device has a good build quality, only the stability could be better. It is possible to twist the tablet slightly; the keyboard dock on the other hand is much sturdier. The dock reveals the same issues that we know from many notebooks. You can easily dent the dock with some force next to the sides of the keyboard. The hinge allows a maximum opening angle of only around 120 degrees since the device would tip over at a wider angle. The hinge keeps the tablet element well in position; it is not possible to open the device with one hand.

The closed device. At the back of the tablet are the fingerprint and SmartCard reader.
The closed device. At the back of the tablet are the fingerprint and SmartCard reader.
Bottom of the dock.
Bottom of the dock.
Maximum opening angle of the "display".
Maximum opening angle of the "display".

Connectivity

As well as a combined stereo jack, the tablet itself also has a fingerprint reader, a SmartCard reader and its own power connector (at the bottom of the tablet, not usable in combination with the dock), but there is no USB port or card reader. These ports are located on the keyboard dock. Dell has equipped the dock with the essential ports: A Mini DisplayPort can be used to attach external displays as well as two USB 3.0 ports. Additional ports can be used with separately sold adaptors (USB 3.0 to HDMI/VGA/Ethernet/USB 2.0) for the USB 3.0 port.

At the left side of the tablet is the combined stereo jack.
At the left side of the tablet is the combined stereo jack.
At the right side of the tablet is the Windows button, the volume rocker and a slot for a Kensington Lock.
At the right side of the tablet is the Windows button, the volume rocker and a slot for a Kensington Lock.
At the top of the display is the power button and the SmartCard reader.
At the top of the display is the power button and the SmartCard reader.
The rear of the keyboard dock accommodates the majority of ports: USB 3.0, Mini DisplayPort, slot for a Kensington Lock, USB 3.0, AC power
The rear of the keyboard dock accommodates the majority of ports: USB 3.0, Mini DisplayPort, slot for a Kensington Lock, USB 3.0, AC power

Communication

Network connections can be established with the WLAN module from Intel (Dual Band Wireless-AC 7265). It supports the WLAN standards 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac. The connection with our router was always stable within a 15 m (~49 ft) radius. Wired network connections require a corresponding USB adaptor and Dell sells such a model. A Bluetooth 4.0 module is also integrated. Our review unit does not have an LTE modem, but it is available as an option (Dell Wireless 5810e) for an additional charge of around 60 Euros (~$71).

Cameras

The tablet element has two cameras: The webcam has a resolution of 2 megapixels, while the sensor on the back takes pictures with a resolution of 8 megapixels. Neither of the two cameras takes really good pictures.

Front camera (2 MP)
Front camera (2 MP)
Rear camera (8 MP)
Rear camera (8 MP)
Reference (Canon PowerShot SX220 HS; 12 MP)
Reference (Canon PowerShot SX220 HS; 12 MP)

Security

As befits a business device, Dell has equipped the Latitude with several security features. Slots for Kensington locks at the dock and the tablet ensure protection against physical thefts. The access can be realized via fingerprint reader or SmartCard. An NFC module is also integrated, which means the SmartCards can be read wirelessly. The Latitude is obviously equipped with a Trusted Platform Module too.

Accessories

The device is shipped with a quick-start poster and some security information. A recovery USB stick is also included.

Operating System

The Latitude is preloaded with Windows 8.1 Pro (64-bit) and a recovery USB stick (USB 3.0) is provided. It can be used to install Windows after you have replaced the Solid State Drive, for example.

Maintenance

It is possible to access the hardware of the tablet element since the back cover can be removed. Dell does not use screws and we did not have any problems removing the cover with a sharp object. But you should be careful: The fingerprint reader, which is attached at the back, is connected to the motherboard via a flat cable. After the removal you can access the SSD, the battery as well as the WLAN module. The device uses an M.2 SSD (full size), which can be replaced with another drive. The battery can also be changed since it is secured by screws only.

Warranty

The Latitude has a three-year on-site warranty (standard warranty). The rival Fujitsu Lifebook T904 has a 36-month warranty period as well. Toshiba on the other hand, only offers a warranty period of 12 months for its Portégé Z30t-A-10X. As is usual with Dell, you can purchase many extensions, a five-year warranty, for example, is available for around 60 Euros (~$71).

Input Devices

Keyboard

The keyboard dock of the Latitude accommodates an illuminated chiclet keyboard. The illumination can be adjusted in two steps. Overall, we liked the keyboard: The smooth and concave keys have an average travel and a firm stroke, but the resistance is still pleasant. There is some bouncing during typing, but it was not annoying. The keyboard provides a good typing experience and is also suited for prolonged typing sessions.

Touchpad

TThe mouse replacement is a ClickPad (a touchpad without dedicated mouse buttons) with multi-touch support and the dimensions of 10.6 x 6.1 cm (~4.2 x 2.4 inches). The slightly roughened surface provides good gliding capabilities for the fingers, and thanks to the large area, it is easy to execute gestures. The pad has a short travel and a well-defined and audible pressure point.

Touchscreen

The capacitive touchscreen of the Latitude works without any problems and executes inputs very quickly. The screen can recognize up to 10 simultaneous inputs.

Active Stylus

Another input method for users of the Latitude is the Stylus Pen, but it has to be purchased separately. Dell sent us one pen and it worked flawlessly. However, handwritten inputs can become rather tedious after a while.

The keyboard is illuminated.
The keyboard is illuminated.
Touchpad with multi-touch support
Touchpad with multi-touch support

Display

The 13.3-inch display of the Latitude has a native resolution of 1920x1080 pixels and is protected by a layer of Gorilla Glass. The brightness of the panel is very good with 371 cd/m², which can be maintained on battery power. Competitors like the Fujitsu Lifebook T904 (254.8 cd/m²) and the Toshiba Portégé Z30t-A-10X (288.9 cd/m²) cannot keep up with this performance.

Note: We will add the luminance grid for the following diagram shortly.

358
cd/m²
348
cd/m²
342
cd/m²
351
cd/m²
371
cd/m²
358
cd/m²
309
cd/m²
313
cd/m²
305
cd/m²
Distribution of brightness
Sharp LQ133M1
X-Rite i1Pro 2
Maximum: 371 cd/m² Average: 339.4 cd/m²
Brightness Distribution: 82 %
Center on Battery: 371 cd/m²
Contrast: 1374:1 (Black: 0.27 cd/m²)
ΔE Color 3.1 | 0.6-29.43 Ø6
ΔE Greyscale 4.65 | 0.64-98 Ø6.2
Gamma: 2.47
Dell Latitude 13 7350
HD Graphics 5300, 5Y10, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256G8NU
Fujitsu Lifebook T904
HD Graphics 4400, 4600U, Toshiba HG5d THNSNH256GCST
Toshiba Portege Z30t-A-10X
HD Graphics 4400, 4500U, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256GMCU
Asus Transformer Book TX300CA
HD Graphics 4000, 3537U, SanDisk U100 128 GB
Microsoft Surface Pro 3
HD Graphics 4400, 4300U, Hynix HFS128G3MNM
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch 20A7-002DGE
HD Graphics 5000, 4550U, Samsung MZNTD512HAGL
Screen
-5%
-40%
-35%
-18%
-35%
Brightness middle
371
259
-30%
312
-16%
256
-31%
355.3
-4%
228
-39%
Brightness
339
255
-25%
289
-15%
257
-24%
338
0%
226
-33%
Brightness Distribution
82
73
-11%
89
9%
86
5%
91
11%
89
9%
Black Level *
0.27
0.16
41%
0.43
-59%
0.35
-30%
0.33
-22%
0.23
15%
Contrast
1374
1619
18%
726
-47%
731
-47%
1077
-22%
991
-28%
Colorchecker DeltaE2000 *
3.1
4.27
-38%
5.64
-82%
5.52
-78%
4.72
-52%
6.29
-103%
Greyscale DeltaE2000 *
4.65
4.32
7%
7.79
-68%
6.52
-40%
6.53
-40%
7.79
-68%
Gamma
2.47 89%
2.67 82%
2.48 89%
2.17 101%
2.17 101%
2.36 93%
CCT
6986 93%
6790 96%
6161 106%
6079 107%
6707 97%
5531 118%
Color Space (Percent of AdobeRGB 1998)
60
64
59.37
51.7

* ... smaller is better

The contrast (1,374:1) as well as the black value (0.27 cd/m²) of the panel are also very good and the results position it between the screens of the Lifebook T904 (1,619:1; 0.16 cd/m²; QHD) and the Portégé Z30t (726:1; 0.43 cd/m²; Full HD). We cannot give you any results for the color space coverage because our measurement device did not work with the Latitude.

We liked the colors of the Latitude display with the factory settings. An average DeltaE 2000 deviation of 3.1 means it just misses the target area (DeltaE smaller 3). The display does not suffer from a blue cast.

CalMAN - ColorChecker
CalMAN - ColorChecker
CalMAN - Grayscale
CalMAN - Grayscale
CalMAN - Saturation Sweeps
CalMAN - Saturation Sweeps

Dell has equipped the Latitude with an IPS panel. Such a panel provides a high viewing angle stability and the content is visible from every position. Thanks to the brightness and the contrast, you can use the display outdoors.

Viewing angles Latitude
Viewing angles Latitude
The Latitude outdoors (picture taken under direct sunlight)
The Latitude outdoors (picture taken under direct sunlight)

Performance

The Dell Latitude 13 7350 is a 13.3-inch business convertible and is powerful enough for office and Internet tasks. You also get business features like TPM or a fingerprint reader. The device is available for a special price of 1,180 Euros (~$1392) at the time of this review; the regular price is around 1,800 Euros (~$2123).

CPU-Z
CPU-Z
CPU-Z
CPU-Z
GPU-Z
HWInfo
System information Dell Latitude 13 7350

Processor

Dell has equipped the Latitude with a member of Intel’s new Broadwell processor generation, a Core M-5Y10 dual-core processor. The "Y" in the designation indicates a very frugal ULV model, allowing passive cooling which is also implemented in the Latitude. The processor has a nominal clock of 800 MHz, but it can reach up to 2 GHz via Turbo Boost. The Core M supports Hyperthreading (every core can execute two threads simultaneously).

The Cinebench Single-Thread tests show that the CPU can maintain a clock of 2 GHz while the Multi-Thread tests are executed with 1.3 to 1.4 GHz. This behavior is identical for both mains as well as battery power. According to the benchmark results, the single-thread performance is between the ULV Core i3 and ULV Core i5 processors of the Haswell generation, but the Core M is beaten by Core i3 processors in multi-thread applications because it cannot utilize its maximum performance.

Cinebench R10 Rendering Multiple CPUs 32Bit
4964
Cinebench R10 Shading 32Bit
3815
Cinebench R10 Rendering Single 32Bit
2830
Cinebench R11.5 CPU Multi 64Bit
1.53 Points
Cinebench R11.5 CPU Single 64Bit
0.92 Points
Cinebench R11.5 OpenGL 64Bit
13.65 fps
Cinebench R15 Ref. Match 64Bit
98 %
Cinebench R15 OpenGL 64Bit
16.04 fps
Cinebench R15 CPU Multi 64Bit
139 Points
Cinebench R15 CPU Single 64Bit
79 Points
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Cinebench R15
CPU Single 64Bit (sort by value)
Dell Latitude 13 7350
HD Graphics 5300, 5Y10, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256G8NU
79 Points ∼36%
Fujitsu Lifebook T904
HD Graphics 4400, 4600U, Toshiba HG5d THNSNH256GCST
120 Points ∼55% +52%
Toshiba Portege Z30t-A-10X
HD Graphics 4400, 4500U, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256GMCU
112 Points ∼51% +42%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch 20A7-002DGE
HD Graphics 5000, 4550U, Samsung MZNTD512HAGL
118 Points ∼54% +49%
HP Elitebook 745 G2
Radeon R6 (Kaveri), A10 Pro-7350B, Hitachi Travelstar Z7K500 HTS725050A7E630
49 Points ∼22% -38%
HP Probook 645 G1
Radeon HD 8450G, A6-5350M, Hitachi Travelstar Z7K500 HTS725050A7E630
73 Points ∼33% -8%
CPU Multi 64Bit (sort by value)
Dell Latitude 13 7350
HD Graphics 5300, 5Y10, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256G8NU
139 Points ∼3%
Fujitsu Lifebook T904
HD Graphics 4400, 4600U, Toshiba HG5d THNSNH256GCST
229 Points ∼5% +65%
Toshiba Portege Z30t-A-10X
HD Graphics 4400, 4500U, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256GMCU
223 Points ∼5% +60%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch 20A7-002DGE
HD Graphics 5000, 4550U, Samsung MZNTD512HAGL
253 Points ∼6% +82%
HP Elitebook 745 G2
Radeon R6 (Kaveri), A10 Pro-7350B, Hitachi Travelstar Z7K500 HTS725050A7E630
162 Points ∼4% +17%
HP Probook 645 G1
Radeon HD 8450G, A6-5350M, Hitachi Travelstar Z7K500 HTS725050A7E630
118 Points ∼3% -15%
Cinebench R11.5
CPU Single 64Bit (sort by value)
Dell Latitude 13 7350
HD Graphics 5300, 5Y10, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256G8NU
0.92 Points ∼37%
Fujitsu Lifebook T904
HD Graphics 4400, 4600U, Toshiba HG5d THNSNH256GCST
1.36 Points ∼55% +48%
Toshiba Portege Z30t-A-10X
HD Graphics 4400, 4500U, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256GMCU
1.27 Points ∼52% +38%
Microsoft Surface Pro 3
HD Graphics 4400, 4300U, Hynix HFS128G3MNM
1.12 Points ∼46% +22%
Asus Transformer Book TX300CA
HD Graphics 4000, 3537U, SanDisk U100 128 GB
0.86 Points ∼35% -7%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch 20A7-002DGE
HD Graphics 5000, 4550U, Samsung MZNTD512HAGL
1.33 Points ∼54% +45%
HP Elitebook 745 G2
Radeon R6 (Kaveri), A10 Pro-7350B, Hitachi Travelstar Z7K500 HTS725050A7E630
0.68 Points ∼28% -26%
HP Probook 645 G1
Radeon HD 8450G, A6-5350M, Hitachi Travelstar Z7K500 HTS725050A7E630
0.87 Points ∼35% -5%
CPU Multi 64Bit (sort by value)
Dell Latitude 13 7350
HD Graphics 5300, 5Y10, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256G8NU
1.53 Points ∼3%
Fujitsu Lifebook T904
HD Graphics 4400, 4600U, Toshiba HG5d THNSNH256GCST
2.49 Points ∼6% +63%
Toshiba Portege Z30t-A-10X
HD Graphics 4400, 4500U, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256GMCU
2.4 Points ∼5% +57%
Microsoft Surface Pro 3
HD Graphics 4400, 4300U, Hynix HFS128G3MNM
2.77 Points ∼6% +81%
Asus Transformer Book TX300CA
HD Graphics 4000, 3537U, SanDisk U100 128 GB
1.7 Points ∼4% +11%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch 20A7-002DGE
HD Graphics 5000, 4550U, Samsung MZNTD512HAGL
2.78 Points ∼6% +82%
HP Elitebook 745 G2
Radeon R6 (Kaveri), A10 Pro-7350B, Hitachi Travelstar Z7K500 HTS725050A7E630
1.83 Points ∼4% +20%
HP Probook 645 G1
Radeon HD 8450G, A6-5350M, Hitachi Travelstar Z7K500 HTS725050A7E630
1.34 Points ∼3% -12%
Cinebench R10
Rendering Single 32Bit (sort by value)
Dell Latitude 13 7350
HD Graphics 5300, 5Y10, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256G8NU
2830 Points ∼26%
Toshiba Portege Z30t-A-10X
HD Graphics 4400, 4500U, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256GMCU
4230 Points ∼39% +49%
Microsoft Surface Pro 3
HD Graphics 4400, 4300U, Hynix HFS128G3MNM
3675 Points ∼34% +30%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch 20A7-002DGE
HD Graphics 5000, 4550U, Samsung MZNTD512HAGL
4395 Points ∼41% +55%
HP Probook 645 G1
Radeon HD 8450G, A6-5350M, Hitachi Travelstar Z7K500 HTS725050A7E630
2563 Points ∼24% -9%
Rendering Multiple CPUs 32Bit (sort by value)
Dell Latitude 13 7350
HD Graphics 5300, 5Y10, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256G8NU
4964 Points ∼8%
Toshiba Portege Z30t-A-10X
HD Graphics 4400, 4500U, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256GMCU
7448 Points ∼11% +50%
Microsoft Surface Pro 3
HD Graphics 4400, 4300U, Hynix HFS128G3MNM
7067 Points ∼11% +42%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch 20A7-002DGE
HD Graphics 5000, 4550U, Samsung MZNTD512HAGL
8715 Points ∼13% +76%
HP Probook 645 G1
Radeon HD 8450G, A6-5350M, Hitachi Travelstar Z7K500 HTS725050A7E630
3903 Points ∼6% -21%
Sunspider - 1.0 Total Score (sort by value)
Dell Latitude 13 7350
HD Graphics 5300, 5Y10, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256G8NU
170.4 ms * ∼2%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch 20A7-002DGE
HD Graphics 5000, 4550U, Samsung MZNTD512HAGL
103.3 ms * ∼1% +39%
Octane V2 - Total Score (sort by value)
Dell Latitude 13 7350
HD Graphics 5300, 5Y10, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256G8NU
9354 Points ∼18%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch 20A7-002DGE
HD Graphics 5000, 4550U, Samsung MZNTD512HAGL
14209 Points ∼27% +52%
Mozilla Kraken 1.1 - Total Score (sort by value)
Dell Latitude 13 7350
HD Graphics 5300, 5Y10, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256G8NU
3302.1 ms * ∼6%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch 20A7-002DGE
HD Graphics 5000, 4550U, Samsung MZNTD512HAGL
2301.4 ms * ∼4% +30%
Peacekeeper - --- (sort by value)
Dell Latitude 13 7350
HD Graphics 5300, 5Y10, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256G8NU
1888 Points ∼30%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch 20A7-002DGE
HD Graphics 5000, 4550U, Samsung MZNTD512HAGL
2994 Points ∼48% +59%

* ... smaller is better

System Performance

Thanks to the Solid State Drive, you get a very fast system and we did not encounter any problems during our review period. The results of the PCMark benchmark are very good. The Latitude does fall behind most of its rivals, but this is not surprising since those devices usually have more powerful processors and/or graphics solutions.

PCMark 7 Score
3965 points
PCMark 8 Home Score Accelerated v2
2138 points
PCMark 8 Creative Score Accelerated v2
2401 points
PCMark 8 Work Score Accelerated v2
2947 points
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PCMark 8 - Work Score Accelerated v2 (sort by value)
Dell Latitude 13 7350
HD Graphics 5300, 5Y10, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256G8NU
2947 Points ∼45%
HP Probook 645 G1
Radeon HD 8450G, A6-5350M, Hitachi Travelstar Z7K500 HTS725050A7E630
3175 Points ∼49% +8%
Toshiba Portege Z30t-A-10X
HD Graphics 4400, 4500U, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256GMCU
3232 Points ∼50% +10%
HP Elitebook 745 G2
Radeon R6 (Kaveri), A10 Pro-7350B, Hitachi Travelstar Z7K500 HTS725050A7E630
3511 Points ∼54% +19%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch 20A7-002DGE
HD Graphics 5000, 4550U, Samsung MZNTD512HAGL
3802 Points ∼58% +29%

Storage Devices

The Latitude uses a Solid State Drive from Toshiba with an M.2 interface and a capacity of 256 GB. Around 56 GB are occupied by the recovery partition and the Windows installation, which means users have around 200 GB for their own files and applications. The SSD manages good transfer rates in general, but the 4k read/write performance is much lower compared to high-end drives like the Samsung 840 Evo.

Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256G8NU
Sequential Read: 470.5 MB/s
Sequential Write: 431.4 MB/s
512K Read: 387.8 MB/s
512K Write: 344.9 MB/s
4K Read: 14.15 MB/s
4K Write: 48.39 MB/s
4K QD32 Read: 325 MB/s
4K QD32 Write: 209.2 MB/s
Dell Latitude 13 7350
HD Graphics 5300, 5Y10, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256G8NU
Fujitsu Lifebook T904
HD Graphics 4400, 4600U, Toshiba HG5d THNSNH256GCST
Toshiba Portege Z30t-A-10X
HD Graphics 4400, 4500U, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256GMCU
Microsoft Surface Pro 3
HD Graphics 4400, 4300U, Hynix HFS128G3MNM
Asus Transformer Book TX300CA
HD Graphics 4000, 3537U, SanDisk U100 128 GB
Acer Aspire R13 R7-371T-779K
HD Graphics 4400, 4510U
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch 20A7-002DGE
HD Graphics 5000, 4550U, Samsung MZNTD512HAGL
Schenker XMG P724
GeForce GTX 880M SLI, 4810MQ, Samsung SSD 840 EVO 500GB mSATA
AS SSD
42%
37%
37%
-168%
60%
57%
85%
Access Time Write *
0.051
0.045
12%
0.045
12%
0.075
-47%
0.476
-833%
0.052
-2%
0.041
20%
0.03
41%
Access Time Read *
0.152
0.127
16%
0.161
-6%
0.087
43%
0.429
-182%
0.078
49%
0.071
53%
0.097
36%
4K-64 Write
186.23
153.64
-17%
167.3
-10%
215.04
15%
7.04
-96%
246.11
32%
207.34
11%
270.54
45%
4K-64 Read
135.74
361.47
166%
354.53
161%
358.34
164%
27.29
-80%
350.59
158%
367.37
171%
355.24
162%
4K Write
39.17
78.15
100%
68.75
76%
73.65
88%
8.87
-77%
66.44
70%
82.81
111%
109.87
180%
4K Read
13.4
20.52
53%
21.11
58%
22
64%
9.32
-30%
31.97
139%
27.79
107%
40.83
205%
Seq Write
449.22
473.77
5%
457.86
2%
303.05
-33%
262.28
-42%
658.84
47%
335.77
-25%
483.65
8%
Seq Read
484.4
503.56
4%
511.22
6%
493.72
2%
459.65
-5%
411.58
-15%
516.61
7%
503.58
4%

* ... smaller is better

Graphics

The GPU of the Latitude, HD Graphics 5300, and the CPU  are supplied by Intel. The core supports DirectX 11.2, and runs with a clock between 100 and 800 MHz. However, the 3DMark benchmark results show that it cannot utilize its maximum performance. All the results are worse compared to the HP Envy x2 15-c000ng that uses an identical CPU-GPU combination and is also passively cooled. The smaller chassis of the Latitude requires lower clocks to avoid dangerous temperatures. The results of the Latitude are roughly similar to notebooks with the HD Graphics 4200 GPU. The Latitude benefits from the dual-channel memory configuration; the 3DMark results would be even worse with a single-channel memory configuration.

3DMark 06 Standard
3951 points
3DMark 11 Performance
625 points
3DMark Ice Storm Standard Score
28312 points
3DMark Cloud Gate Standard Score
2799 points
3DMark Fire Strike Score
374 points
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3DMark 11 - 1280x720 Performance (sort by value)
Dell Latitude 13 7350
HD Graphics 5300, 5Y10, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256G8NU
625 Points ∼2%
Fujitsu Lifebook T904
HD Graphics 4400, 4600U, Toshiba HG5d THNSNH256GCST
790 Points ∼2% +26%
Toshiba Portege Z30t-A-10X
HD Graphics 4400, 4500U, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256GMCU
846 Points ∼2% +35%
Asus Transformer Book TX300CA
HD Graphics 4000, 3537U, SanDisk U100 128 GB
519 Points ∼1% -17%
Microsoft Surface Pro 3
HD Graphics 4400, 4300U, Hynix HFS128G3MNM
877 Points ∼3% +40%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch 20A7-002DGE
HD Graphics 5000, 4550U, Samsung MZNTD512HAGL
1048 Points ∼3% +68%
HP Elitebook 745 G2
Radeon R6 (Kaveri), A10 Pro-7350B, Hitachi Travelstar Z7K500 HTS725050A7E630
1188 Points ∼3% +90%
HP Probook 645 G1
Radeon HD 8450G, A6-5350M, Hitachi Travelstar Z7K500 HTS725050A7E630
789 Points ∼2% +26%
HP Envy x2 15-c000ng
HD Graphics 5300, 5Y10
771 Points ∼2% +23%
3DMark
1920x1080 Fire Strike Score (sort by value)
Dell Latitude 13 7350
HD Graphics 5300, 5Y10, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256G8NU
374 Points ∼1%
Toshiba Portege Z30t-A-10X
HD Graphics 4400, 4500U, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256GMCU
521 Points ∼2% +39%
Asus Transformer Book TX300CA
HD Graphics 4000, 3537U, SanDisk U100 128 GB
331 Points ∼1% -11%
Microsoft Surface Pro 3
HD Graphics 4400, 4300U, Hynix HFS128G3MNM
483 Points ∼2% +29%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch 20A7-002DGE
HD Graphics 5000, 4550U, Samsung MZNTD512HAGL
658 Points ∼2% +76%
HP Elitebook 745 G2
Radeon R6 (Kaveri), A10 Pro-7350B, Hitachi Travelstar Z7K500 HTS725050A7E630
578 Points ∼2% +55%
HP Probook 645 G1
Radeon HD 8450G, A6-5350M, Hitachi Travelstar Z7K500 HTS725050A7E630
420 Points ∼1% +12%
HP Envy x2 15-c000ng
HD Graphics 5300, 5Y10
439 Points ∼2% +17%
1280x720 Sky Diver Score (sort by value)
Dell Latitude 13 7350
HD Graphics 5300, 5Y10, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256G8NU
1387 Points ∼2%
Microsoft Surface Pro 3
HD Graphics 4400, 4300U, Hynix HFS128G3MNM
2018 Points ∼3% +45%
HP Elitebook 745 G2
Radeon R6 (Kaveri), A10 Pro-7350B, Hitachi Travelstar Z7K500 HTS725050A7E630
2446 Points ∼4% +76%
HP Envy x2 15-c000ng
HD Graphics 5300, 5Y10
1620 Points ∼2% +17%
1280x720 Cloud Gate Standard Score (sort by value)
Dell Latitude 13 7350
HD Graphics 5300, 5Y10, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256G8NU
2799 Points ∼4%
Fujitsu Lifebook T904
HD Graphics 4400, 4600U, Toshiba HG5d THNSNH256GCST
3924 Points ∼6% +40%
Toshiba Portege Z30t-A-10X
HD Graphics 4400, 4500U, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256GMCU
3883 Points ∼6% +39%
Asus Transformer Book TX300CA
HD Graphics 4000, 3537U, SanDisk U100 128 GB
2409 Points ∼4% -14%
Microsoft Surface Pro 3
HD Graphics 4400, 4300U, Hynix HFS128G3MNM
4146 Points ∼6% +48%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch 20A7-002DGE
HD Graphics 5000, 4550U, Samsung MZNTD512HAGL
4360 Points ∼7% +56%
HP Elitebook 745 G2
Radeon R6 (Kaveri), A10 Pro-7350B, Hitachi Travelstar Z7K500 HTS725050A7E630
3158 Points ∼5% +13%
HP Probook 645 G1
Radeon HD 8450G, A6-5350M, Hitachi Travelstar Z7K500 HTS725050A7E630
2337 Points ∼4% -17%
HP Envy x2 15-c000ng
HD Graphics 5300, 5Y10
3358 Points ∼5% +20%
1280x720 Ice Storm Standard Score (sort by value)
Dell Latitude 13 7350
HD Graphics 5300, 5Y10, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256G8NU
28312 Points ∼3%
Fujitsu Lifebook T904
HD Graphics 4400, 4600U, Toshiba HG5d THNSNH256GCST
35450 Points ∼3% +25%
Toshiba Portege Z30t-A-10X
HD Graphics 4400, 4500U, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256GMCU
27589 Points ∼2% -3%
Asus Transformer Book TX300CA
HD Graphics 4000, 3537U, SanDisk U100 128 GB
17775 Points ∼2% -37%
Microsoft Surface Pro 3
HD Graphics 4400, 4300U, Hynix HFS128G3MNM
29229 Points ∼3% +3%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch 20A7-002DGE
HD Graphics 5000, 4550U, Samsung MZNTD512HAGL
35290 Points ∼3% +25%
HP Elitebook 745 G2
Radeon R6 (Kaveri), A10 Pro-7350B, Hitachi Travelstar Z7K500 HTS725050A7E630
32355 Points ∼3% +14%
HP Probook 645 G1
Radeon HD 8450G, A6-5350M, Hitachi Travelstar Z7K500 HTS725050A7E630
32882 Points ∼3% +16%
HP Envy x2 15-c000ng
HD Graphics 5300, 5Y10
34160 Points ∼3% +21%
3DMark 06 - 1280x1024 Standard AA:0x AF:0x (sort by value)
Dell Latitude 13 7350
HD Graphics 5300, 5Y10, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256G8NU
3951 Points ∼8%
Toshiba Portege Z30t-A-10X
HD Graphics 4400, 4500U, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256GMCU
4382 Points ∼9% +11%
Asus Transformer Book TX300CA
HD Graphics 4000, 3537U, SanDisk U100 128 GB
2968 Points ∼6% -25%
Microsoft Surface Pro 3
HD Graphics 4400, 4300U, Hynix HFS128G3MNM
5640 Points ∼11% +43%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch 20A7-002DGE
HD Graphics 5000, 4550U, Samsung MZNTD512HAGL
6160 Points ∼13% +56%
HP Elitebook 745 G2
Radeon R6 (Kaveri), A10 Pro-7350B, Hitachi Travelstar Z7K500 HTS725050A7E630
4320 Points ∼9% +9%
HP Probook 645 G1
Radeon HD 8450G, A6-5350M, Hitachi Travelstar Z7K500 HTS725050A7E630
3992 Points ∼8% +1%
HP Envy x2 15-c000ng
HD Graphics 5300, 5Y10
4803 Points ∼10% +22%
Cinebench R15 - OpenGL 64Bit (sort by value)
Dell Latitude 13 7350
HD Graphics 5300, 5Y10, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256G8NU
16.04 fps ∼6%
HP Elitebook 745 G2
Radeon R6 (Kaveri), A10 Pro-7350B, Hitachi Travelstar Z7K500 HTS725050A7E630
20.3 fps ∼8% +27%
HP Probook 645 G1
Radeon HD 8450G, A6-5350M, Hitachi Travelstar Z7K500 HTS725050A7E630
18.55 fps ∼7% +16%
HP Envy x2 15-c000ng
HD Graphics 5300, 5Y10
18.31 fps ∼7% +14%
Cinebench R11.5 - OpenGL 64Bit (sort by value)
Dell Latitude 13 7350
HD Graphics 5300, 5Y10, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256G8NU
13.65 fps ∼8%
Fujitsu Lifebook T904
HD Graphics 4400, 4600U, Toshiba HG5d THNSNH256GCST
16.59 fps ∼10% +22%
Toshiba Portege Z30t-A-10X
HD Graphics 4400, 4500U, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256GMCU
18.57 fps ∼11% +36%
Asus Transformer Book TX300CA
HD Graphics 4000, 3537U, SanDisk U100 128 GB
8.32 fps ∼5% -39%
Microsoft Surface Pro 3
HD Graphics 4400, 4300U, Hynix HFS128G3MNM
19.48 fps ∼11% +43%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch 20A7-002DGE
HD Graphics 5000, 4550U, Samsung MZNTD512HAGL
18.67 fps ∼11% +37%
HP Elitebook 745 G2
Radeon R6 (Kaveri), A10 Pro-7350B, Hitachi Travelstar Z7K500 HTS725050A7E630
17.22 fps ∼10% +26%
HP Probook 645 G1
Radeon HD 8450G, A6-5350M, Hitachi Travelstar Z7K500 HTS725050A7E630
16.82 fps ∼10% +23%
HP Envy x2 15-c000ng
HD Graphics 5300, 5Y10
14.05 fps ∼8% +3%
Cinebench R10 - Shading 32Bit (sort by value)
Dell Latitude 13 7350
HD Graphics 5300, 5Y10, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256G8NU
3815 Points ∼19%
Toshiba Portege Z30t-A-10X
HD Graphics 4400, 4500U, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256GMCU
6111 Points ∼31% +60%
Microsoft Surface Pro 3
HD Graphics 4400, 4300U, Hynix HFS128G3MNM
4469 Points ∼22% +17%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch 20A7-002DGE
HD Graphics 5000, 4550U, Samsung MZNTD512HAGL
7170 Points ∼36% +88%
HP Probook 645 G1
Radeon HD 8450G, A6-5350M, Hitachi Travelstar Z7K500 HTS725050A7E630
4403 Points ∼22% +15%
HP Envy x2 15-c000ng
HD Graphics 5300, 5Y10
3977 Points ∼20% +4%

Gaming Performance

The Latitude is a business device, so the gaming performance is not really important. Only some games can be played smoothly with a low resolution and reduced details. If you still want to play games, you should focus on games from the Windows Store, which usually work without any problems.

low med. high ultra
Tomb Raider (2013) 24.5 15 10.2 5.1 fps
BioShock Infinite (2013) 22.5 12.2 10.4 3.4 fps
GRID: Autosport (2014) 48.6 16.2 12.5 12.5 fps

Emissions

Stress test Latitude
Stress test Latitude

Temperature

Despite the passive cooling, there is no risk that the Latitude would get too hot. All the measurement spots showed less than 40 °C (~104 °F) during our stress test. The reason for this is simple: The stress test (Prime95 and FurMark run simultaneously for at least one hour) results in a CPU clock of 500 MHz, while the GPU runs with 250 up to 350 MHz, both on mains as well as battery power. The performance limitations should not be that big in practice; our benchmarks showed that the processor can utilize its Turbo Boost.

 26 °C
79 F
25.7 °C
78 F
27.8 °C
82 F
 
 27.1 °C
81 F
28.9 °C
84 F
29.2 °C
85 F
 
 29.4 °C
85 F
30.9 °C
88 F
30.6 °C
87 F
 
Maximum: 30.9 °C = 88 F
Average: 28.4 °C = 83 F
26.7 °C
80 F
26.3 °C
79 F
25.8 °C
78 F
27.6 °C
82 F
27.1 °C
81 F
26.3 °C
79 F
28 °C
82 F
27 °C
81 F
26.8 °C
80 F
Maximum: 28 °C = 82 F
Average: 26.8 °C = 80 F
Power Supply (max.)  35.5 °C = 96 F | Room Temperature 21.1 °C = 70 F | Voltcraft IR-360
(±) The average temperature for the upper side under maximal load is 33.6 °C / 92 F, compared to the average of 30.3 °C / 87 F for the devices in the class Convertible.
(+) The maximum temperature on the upper side is 38.3 °C / 101 F, compared to the average of 35.4 °C / 96 F, ranging from 21.8 to 55.7 °C for the class Convertible.
(+) The bottom heats up to a maximum of 34.2 °C / 94 F, compared to the average of 36.5 °C / 98 F
(+) In idle usage, the average temperature for the upper side is 28.4 °C / 83 F, compared to the device average of 30.3 °C / 87 F.
(±) The palmrests and touchpad can get very hot to the touch with a maximum of 38.3 °C / 100.9 F.
(-) The average temperature of the palmrest area of similar devices was 28.9 °C / 84 F (-9.4 °C / -16.9 F).

Speakers

Dell located the stereo speakers at the bottom of the tablet element. They produce a rich and clear sound that lacks bass. It is easy to listen to them for prolonged periods, and you can adjust the sound with the preloaded "Dell Audio" software. A combined stereo jack is available.

Energy Management

Power Consumption

The Core M processor inside the Latitude is designed for low power consumption, so it is not surprising that the Latitude does not consume that much power in general. The idle value is below 10 Watts and the first couple of seconds during the stress test result in 16.1 Watts before the consumption drops significantly because the CPU and GPU are heavily throttled. The device has a lot of headroom since the provided power adaptor has a nominal output of 45 Watts. We performed all our measurements with the attached keyboard dock. The two rivals Fujitsu Lifebook T904 and Toshiba Portégé Z30t-A-10X even consume much less than the Latitude while idling – despite the significantly faster processors.

Power Consumption
Off / Standbydarklight 0.1 / 3.1 Watt
Idledarkmidlight 4.3 / 6.9 / 9.1 Watt
Load midlight 14.6 / 16.1 Watt
 color bar
Key: min: dark, med: mid, max: light        Voltcraft VC 940
Dell Latitude 13 7350
HD Graphics 5300, 5Y10, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256G8NU
Fujitsu Lifebook T904
HD Graphics 4400, 4600U, Toshiba HG5d THNSNH256GCST
Toshiba Portege Z30t-A-10X
HD Graphics 4400, 4500U, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256GMCU
Asus Transformer Book TX300CA
HD Graphics 4000, 3537U, SanDisk U100 128 GB
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch 20A7-002DGE
HD Graphics 5000, 4550U, Samsung MZNTD512HAGL
HP Elitebook 745 G2
Radeon R6 (Kaveri), A10 Pro-7350B, Hitachi Travelstar Z7K500 HTS725050A7E630
HP Probook 645 G1
Radeon HD 8450G, A6-5350M, Hitachi Travelstar Z7K500 HTS725050A7E630
Power Consumption
-6%
-26%
-75%
-36%
-60%
-109%
Idle Minimum *
4.3
2.7
37%
3
30%
8.8
-105%
4.1
5%
6.1
-42%
8.4
-95%
Idle Average *
6.9
6
13%
6.6
4%
11.8
-71%
8.7
-26%
8.8
-28%
10.5
-52%
Idle Maximum *
9.1
6.2
32%
7.9
13%
13
-43%
10.2
-12%
9.9
-9%
11.5
-26%
Load Average *
14.6
24
-64%
27.4
-88%
24.6
-68%
26.3
-80%
31.2
-114%
40.3
-176%
Load Maximum *
16.1
24
-49%
30.3
-88%
30.1
-87%
26.7
-66%
33.5
-108%
47.8
-197%

* ... smaller is better

Battery Runtime

The Latitude manages an idle runtime of 15:52 hours, both the Fujitsu Lifebook T904 (17:35 hours) and the Toshiba Portégé Z30t-A-10X (19:54 hours) last longer. We simulate the idle scenario with the Battery Eater Reader’s Test that uses the minimum display brightness and the "Balanced" power profile, while all the wireless modules are deactivated. Load results in a runtime of 4:38 hours for the Latitude, the Fujitsu Lifebook T904 (2:00 hours) and the Toshiba Portégé Z30t-A-10X (2:58 hours) have to be recharged sooner. We determine the runtime under load with the Battery Eater Classic Test. The display brightness is set to the maximum with the "Balanced" power profile, while the wireless modules are turned on.

Our more realistic WLAN test determines a runtime of 8:42 hours for the Latitude, the Lifebook (6:51 hours) and Portégé (7:53 hours) are once again worse. This test uses a script to open a website every 40 seconds, while the display brightness is adjusted to around 150 cd/m². We test the video playback runtime with a loop of the short movie Big Buck Bunny (H.264, 1920x1080 pixels). The wireless modules are deactivated and the display is adjusted to around 150 cd/m². The Latitude lasts 7:52 hours; the battery of the Portégé only manages 6:32 hours.

The Latitude has two batteries (tablet: 30 Wh, keyboard dock: 20 Wh). We performed our battery tests with the attached keyboard dock. Note: Besides the "Balanced" power profile, the Latitude only has a power profile that was customized by Dell, so we performed all the runtime tests with the "Balanced" profile. The battery capacities (Dell: 50 Wh; Toshiba: 52 Wh; Fujitsu: 45 Wh) of the three devices are very similar, so the results are comparable.

Battery Runtime
Idle (without WLAN, min brightness)
15h 53min
WiFi Surfing
8h 42min
Big Buck Bunny H.264 1080p
7h 52min
Load (maximum brightness)
4h 38min
Dell Latitude 13 7350
HD Graphics 5300, 5Y10, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256G8NU
Fujitsu Lifebook T904
HD Graphics 4400, 4600U, Toshiba HG5d THNSNH256GCST
Toshiba Portege Z30t-A-10X
HD Graphics 4400, 4500U, Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256GMCU
Microsoft Surface Pro 3
HD Graphics 4400, 4300U, Hynix HFS128G3MNM
Asus Transformer Book TX300CA
HD Graphics 4000, 3537U, SanDisk U100 128 GB
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch 20A7-002DGE
HD Graphics 5000, 4550U, Samsung MZNTD512HAGL
Battery Runtime
-22%
-9%
-14%
-54%
-37%
Reader / Idle
953
1055
11%
1194
25%
1096
15%
328
-66%
723
-24%
H.264
472
392
-17%
305
-35%
WiFi
522
411
-21%
473
-9%
504
-3%
342
-34%
389
-25%
Load
278
120
-57%
178
-36%
124
-55%
107
-62%
107
-62%

Verdict

The focus of the Dell Latitude 13 7350 is not the highest possible CPU performance, it is quite similar to a Haswell Core i3 notebook in this respect. Instead, the device can impress with its silent operation. The Core M processor is passively cooled, and the storage solution is a Solid State Drive. The battery runtimes are very good, but this also applies to the runtimes of the rivals like the Fujitsu Lifebook T904 and the Toshiba Portégé Z30t-A-10X. As befits a business device, you can access the hardware of the Latitude; you just have to remove the back cover of the tablet element. Dell also deserves praise for the keyboard of the Latitude that provides a pleasant typing experience. The most important part of a convertible is the display. Dell does not disappoint and integrates a bright and high-contrast IPS panel that is protected by Gorilla Glass. Overall, the device is recommended for users that cannot decide between a tablet and a notebook/Ultrabook or do not want to use two devices.

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The Dell Latitude 13 7350. Test model courtesy of Dell.
The Dell Latitude 13 7350. Test model courtesy of Dell.

Specifications

Dell Latitude 13 7350 (Latitude 13 Series)
Graphics adapter
Intel HD Graphics 5300, Core: 100-800 MHz, 10.18.10.3960
Memory
4096 MB 
, DDR3, Dual-Channel, soldered
Display
13.3 inch 16:9, 1920 x 1080 pixel, capacitive, Sharp LQ133M1, IPS, glossy: yes
Mainboard
Intel Broadwell-Y PCH-LP (Premium)
Storage
Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ256G8NU, 256 GB 
, , 200 GB free
Soundcard
Intel Broadwell PCH-LP - High Definition Audio Controller
Connections
2 USB 3.0 / 3.1 Gen1, 1 DisplayPort, Audio Connections: combined stereo jack, Card Reader: SD, 1 SmartCard, 1 Fingerprint Reader, Sensors: Orientation sensor, NFC, TPM 2.0
Networking
Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 7265 (a/b/g/h/n = Wi-Fi 4/ac = Wi-Fi 5), Bluetooth 4.0
Size
height x width x depth (in mm): 19.93 x 320 x 229.73 ( = 0.78 x 12.6 x 9.04 in)
Battery
30 Wh Lithium-Polymer
Operating System
Microsoft Windows 8.1 Pro 64 Bit
Camera
Webcam: 2 MP (front), 8 MP (rear)
Additional features
Speakers: stereo, Keyboard: Chiclet, Keyboard Light: yes, USB recovery stick, Dell Backup and Recovery, Dell Digital Delivery, 36 Months Warranty
Weight
1.66 kg ( = 58.55 oz / 3.66 pounds), Power Supply: 260 g ( = 9.17 oz / 0.57 pounds)
Price
1598 Euro

 

The input devices of the Latitude are convincing.
The input devices of the Latitude are convincing.
Keyboard dock
Keyboard dock
The connection can be loosened with a small lever.
The connection can be loosened with a small lever.
Fingerprint and SmartCard reader are located at the tablet.
Fingerprint and SmartCard reader are located at the tablet.
The keyboard is illuminated.
The keyboard is illuminated.
It is possible to access the hardware.
It is possible to access the hardware.
The device uses an M.2 SSD.
The device uses an M.2 SSD.
Good: Two WLAN antennas
Good: Two WLAN antennas
A slot and antennas for an LTE modem are available as well.
A slot and antennas for an LTE modem are available as well.
You could replace the BIOS battery.
You could replace the BIOS battery.
The battery of the tablet element...
The battery of the tablet element...
...has a capacity of 30 Wh. A second battery is inside the keyboard dock (20 Wh).
...has a capacity of 30 Wh. A second battery is inside the keyboard dock (20 Wh).
The power adaptor weighs 260 grams.
The power adaptor weighs 260 grams.
It has a nominal output of 45 Watts.
It has a nominal output of 45 Watts.
A USB recovery stick is provided.
A USB recovery stick is provided.
The Active Stylus has to be purchased separately.
The Active Stylus has to be purchased separately.

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Pros

+Bright, high-contrast IPS display
+Silent operation
+Fast SSD
+Very good battery runtimes
+Good input devices
+Keyboard illumination
+Maintenance cover
+Three-year warranty
+Recovery USB stick
+Optional LTE modem
 

Cons

-Stability of the device could be better

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What we like

The bright and high-contrast IPS Full HD display, the silent operation and the battery runtime.

What we'd like to see

Actually just an LTE modem, but Dell offers it as an option.

What surprises us

Nothing.

The competition

Acer Aspire R13 R7-371T-779K, Fujitsu Lifebook T904, Toshiba Portégé Z30t-A-10X, Toshiba Portégé R30-A-15C, Asus Transformer Book TX300CA, Microsoft Surface Pro 3, HP Elitebook 745 G2 (14-inch), Acer TravelMate P645-MG-74508G75tkk (14-inch), HP Probook 645 G1 (14-inch), Lenovo Thinkpad T440s (14-inch),  Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch (14-inch)

Rating

Dell Latitude 13 7350 - 12/31/2014 v4(old)
Sascha Mölck

Chassis
81 / 98 → 83%
Keyboard
83%
Pointing Device
87%
Connectivity
60 / 80 → 75%
Weight
67 / 35-78 → 74%
Battery
92%
Display
84%
Games Performance
57 / 68 → 84%
Application Performance
66 / 87 → 76%
Temperature
90%
Noise
100%
Audio
50 / 91 → 55%
Camera
40 / 85 → 47%
Average
74%
81%
Convertible - Weighted Average
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Sascha Mölck, 2015-01- 9 (Update: 2018-05-15)
Andreas Osthoff
Andreas Osthoff - Senior Editor Business
I grew up with computers and modern consumer electronics. I am interested in the technology since I had my first computer, a Commodore C64, and started building my own PCs after that. My focus here at Notebookcheck is the business segment including mobile workstations, but I also like to test new mobile devices. It is always a great experience to review and compare new products. My free time is filled with a lot of sports, in the summer mainly on my bike.