While Dell's XPS and Alienware lineups tend to hog most of the attention, this year the company is making a splash with the more professionally-oriented Latitude notebooks. The new Latitude 7400 2-in-1 is a sleek machine that resembles a MacBook more than a corporate device. It has a polished aluminum case with diamond cut edges, and it manages to cram in a 14" 1080p touchscreen while weighing three pounds.
The Latitude 7400 2-in-1 is the world’s smallest 14-inch 360-degree convertible laptop, and it’s also the world’s longest-lasting (at least, by our testing). That’s no small feat. It also benefits from a very useful ExpressSign-in feature that locks the laptop when you step away. So far, it appeals to consumers just as much as its target market of business professionals.
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