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Item specifics Condition: New: A brand-new, unused and undamaged item. See the seller’s listing for full details.  Brand: Dell SSD Capacity: 256gb or 1tb hdd any one MPN: DELL74506839 Family Line: N/A Operating System: N/A Type: N/A Processor: Intel Core i7 (5th Generation) Usage Type: Business Memory: 16 GB Product SKU: IB-EBY261818661640 Hard Drive Capacity: 1000gb Warranty: Seller Warranty Colour: N/A UPC: 8       Dell Latitude 14 E7450 Ultrabook Review Till Schönborn (translated by Andreas Osthoff), 02/04/2015 Broadwell Business Notebook Ultrabook Windows Evolution instead of revolution. The Dell Latitude is equipped with Intel’s latest CPU generation Broadwell and wants to get the top spot in the business segment, currently occupied by the Lenovo ThinkPad T440s. What are the advantages of the modern 14-nm technology for the user and does the 14-inch notebook have any other highlights – we tested it.   For the original German review, see here. The launch of a new CPU generation is a good chance for many notebook manufacturers to rework their own product portfolio. Therefore, it is not really surprising that there is currently lots of news about new devices that are focused on Intel’s latest Broadwell chips with 14-nm architecture. Dell also uses this opportunity, and reworks some of its most popular products, including the Latitude-series that are designed for business users. This review is focused on the 14-inch model Latitude 14 E7450. Depending on the configuration, prices range between 1069 and 1429 Euros in Germany (~$1225 and ~$1637) – but VAT, shipping (currently free) and additional extras from the online seller are not included yet. Our review unit, with a Core i5-5300U processor, 8 GB of RAM, 128 GB SSD and a Full HD display is available for a considerable net price of 1600 Euros (~$1833). The E7450 is certainly no bargain, but the pricing is also similar to the Lenovo ThinkPad T440s or the HP EliteBook 840 G1. These devices have not had the Broadwell refresh yet, so we have to compare the Latitude with the current Haswell rivals at this point. Overview Latitude 14 E7450 configurations (excerpt): CPU Core i5-4210U Core i5-5300U Core i5-5300U Core i5-5300U     GPU HD Graphics 4400 HD Graphics 5500 HD Graphics 5500 HD Graphics 5500     RAM 4 GB DDR3L 4 GB DDR3L 8 GB DDR3L 8 GB DDR3L     Storage 500 GB (SSHD) 128 GB (SSD) 128 GB (SSD) 256 GB (SSD)     Resolution 1366 x 768 pixels 1366 x 768 pixels 1920 x 1080 pixels 1920 x 1080 pixels     Price starting at 1,069 Euros + VAT starting at 1,229 Euros + VAT starting at 1,339 Euros + VAT starting at 1,429 Euros + VAT     Case Massive metal hinges It is a matter of taste whether you think the matte black chassis is dull and boring or simple and elegant, but one thing is certain: Far more important than the design, are the qualities of a professional notebook. Dell has done quite a good job in this regard and designed a chassis made of magnesium and other metals. The device was even tested according to military standards (MIL-STD-810G), but the E7450 is still quite light at 1.64 kilograms (~3.6 lb) and even beats the rivals from Lenovo (1.7 kg; ~3.7 lb) and HP (1.78 kg; ~3.9 lb). Combined with compact dimensions, the device is certainly a good mobile companion for your next business trip. However, the rather slim construction does not only have advantages: Critical users might not be happy with the slight flexibility of the base unit, but we do not want to overstate this. There are no creaking or clattering sounds even under a lot of pressure, this is not a matter of course even in this price range. We also want to praise the above-average stability of the display, including the precise hinges that had already left a great impression in the review of its similarly constructed predecessor model. Unlike the so-called unibody cases, the chassis of the Latitude consists of multiple individual parts. The manufacturer has assembled them very well, and we can hardly find any uneven gaps, which is an example of the high build quality of the device in all areas. We also like the haptics of the Ultrabook with its soft-touch surfaces, even though they collect dirt quite quickly. Connectivity Except for a single USB 3.0 port and the headset jack, there are no ports on the sides of the E7450 – the manufacturer has located them at the rear to improve the handling. Cables and bulky devices do not really affect the operation at this position, but it can be more complicated to attach everything. The port variety does not really leave anything to be desired: As well as two additional USB 3.0 ports, there are two digital video ports (HDMI and Mini-DisplayPort) and the Gigabit LAN. You might overlook the SD card reader at first glance since its location low down on the left side of the case is not really perfect. Dell also offers several optional accessories; starting with a simpl


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