Microsoft’s Surface Pro line has set the benchmark for detachables, which the Dell Latitude 7320 Detachable seems to follow closely. From its screen arrangement and the keyboard to its kickstand, every bit of its design will remind you of the Surface Pro. But Dell takes the leap in the performance department with the latest internals and a robust set of features to go with it.
These are the Dell Latitude 7320 Detachable’s specifications, price, availability details, alternatives, and everything else that you need to know.
- Detachable design
- 13-inch 3:2 touchscreen
- 11th-gen Intel Core processors
- Up to 16GB RAM, 1TB storage
- Thunderbolt 4
- Optional 4G LTE
- USB-C charging
- Stereo speakers
Dell Latitude 7320 Detachable: The Basics
Much like the Surface Pro line, the Dell Latitude 7320 Detachable has a kickstand at the back to keep the device at the angle you like. Most of its front has been taken up by a large 13-inch display in the 3:2 aspect ratio, which is a neat addition for productivity users. The display also gets super bright for better outdoor visibility, while you can also use an Active Pen with the screen. Its keyboard attachment has a built-in trackpad and can be removed from the tablet at your convenience.
What powers the device is Intel’s 11th-gen Core vPro processor, along with the company’s new Iris Xe graphics processors. You can configure the device with Windows 10 Home, Pro, or Enterprise. The Latitude 7320 uses a high-speed LPDDR4X RAM of up to 16GB capacity. Similarly, you have the option to choose SSD size from 128GB going all the way up to 1TB. For better video calls, the device also comes with a pair of speakers in the stereo arrangement and a dual-mic system.
For connectivity, there are the standard Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, and you can also get 4G LTE on specific models. Unlike the Surface Pro, there are a couple of Thunderbolt 4 ports that support all sorts of accessories and are also used for charging its 40Whr battery. There’s a 5MP camera on the front with support for 1080p videos, while an 8MP sensor sits on the back.
|Tablet||Dell Latitude 7320 Detachable|
|Operating system||Windows 10 Home/Pro/Enterprise|
|Display||13-inch (1920 x 1280), 500 nits, Gorilla Glass 5|
|Processor||11th gen Intel Core i3/i5/i7 vPro|
|Graphics||Integrated Intel UHD/Iris Xe|
|Storage||128/256/512GB/1TB NVMe SSD|
|RAM||Up to 16GB LPDDR4x 4266MHz|
|Connectivity||Optional LTE, WiFi 6, Bluetooth 5.1|
|Ports||2x USB-C with Thunderbolt 4, audio jack|
|Battery||40Whr, 45/60/65W adapter|
|Security||Optional facial recognition and fingerprint reader|
|Dimensions||288.4 x 207.9 x 8.44mm (tablet only)|
Pricing & Availability
The Dell Latitude 7320 Detachable has been priced starting at $999 in the US, possibly for its base Core i3 model. It will start selling in the US and a few other launch markets from March 30.
Dell Latitude 7320 Detachable Alternatives
Of the very Windows tablets of this kind, the Surface Pro 7 (review) comes closest to this Dell model. The Microsoft offering worth checking out also because its starting price is a bit lower. With price no bar, the Surface Book 3 is also a good option if you want some extra power from your detachable. More recently, HP came out with its next-gen Elite x2 G8 tablet, which follows a similar design language.
The Lenovo Yoga Duet 7i (review) is another option to give you a laptop-like experience and performance on a relatively lighter form factor. However, that model comes at a premium, but many of its accessories are bundled in the package itself. If Windows isn’t what you specifically need for your work, you can even look at the new iPad Pro (review) paired with its intriguing keyboard attachment.
Dell Latitude 7320 DetachableDell's latest detachable device takes heavy design inspirations from the Microsoft Surface Pro line and borrows its iconic kickstand and general aesthetics. The Latitude 7320 Detachable is undoubtedly a premium device that checks a lot of boxes, starting with the latest processor and ample RAM and storage options. You'll get LTE connectivity for working on the go, and the device also charges using a USB-C port, which is getting increasingly ubiquitous.
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