Dell has announced the Dell Latitude 7410, a brand-new Chromebook designed with executives, on-the-go professionals, and remote workers in mind. The 14-inch premium laptop is aimed at enterprises looking to deploy portable device employees will enjoy using, without compromising security and manageability.
Regardless if you’re looking to procure the Latitude 7410 for your company or for your solo work, this page will give you the lowdown on the laptop, including noteworthy features, specs, price, availability, and more.
Dell Latitude 7410 Chromebook: Features and specs
The Dell Latitude 7410 is a premium 14-inch Chromebook with a sleek, compact design and a 4K panel that supports Low Blue Light Technology, allowing for longer battery life and more reliable day-to-day performance.
Dell markets the enterprise laptop to executives and—with the pandemic happening—work-from-home professionals. It’s available in both the traditional clamshell design as well as a 2-in-1 hybrid.
Here’s the full list of specs of the Dell Latitude 7410 Chromebook:
CPU: 10th-gen Intel Core i3 / i5 / i7 processor @ up to quad-core 4.9 GHz
OS: Chrome OS, Google
Display: 14-inch panel, up to FHD 3840×2160, 60 Hz, Anti-Glare, Non-Touch, sRGB 100%, 400 Nits, WVA Display
Memory: Up to 16GB DDR4 RAM
Storage: Up to 512GB Class 40 SSD
Connectivity: Wi-Fi 6, LTE, Bluetooth support
Battery: 6-cell, 68 WHr
Colors: Anodized Titan Grey, Abyss Black
How much is the Dell Latitude 7410 Chromebook?
Unsurprisingly, people who are keen on getting the Latitude 7410 need to shell out quite some money. The base model—which comes with a 10th-gen Intel Core i5 processer—starts at USD 1,299 worldwide. A Core i3 version is reported to drop soon, too.
The official Philippine pricing for the Core i5 variant is listed at PHP 81,500.