Dell's Latitude 5310 2-in-1 surpasses the 11-hour mark
The office convertible holds a few trump cards: It is quiet, sturdily built, has good input devices, a nice display, an excellent microphone, a fast card reader, and component maintenance is no foreign concept either. Will you hold all the trump cards with the Latitude 5310?
The Dell Latitude 5310 does many things right but fails to reach a very good rating in the end. The 13-incher combines whisper-quiet work with ergonomic advantages like low heat development and very good input devices. Mobility seems to be a given with the 11-hour runtime, but the glossy touch display spoils this joy.
The Core i5-10310U isn't able to unleash its full performance, which is why the convertible is rather part of the lower mid-range. The touchscreen is appropriate for its purpose in terms of brightness and contrast, but it's not a highlight. Color reproduction and color-space coverage are better aspects here.
As a result, Dell's 5310 2-in-1 has some commendable pros but also a few cons. All details and benchmarks can be found in our review.
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