Dell Latitude 7480 14-Inch Laptop - (Black) (Intel Core i7-7600U 2.8 GHz, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD, Windows 10 Pro)
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Dell offers the Latitude 7480 with four different Kaby Lake ULV processor choices: Core i3-7100U, Core i5-7200U and i5-7300U, and Core i7-7600U. The performance is top-notch - even though the CPU specific tests fall slightly short, the notebook excels when it comes to synthetic benchmarks - and the battery lasts all day even if it shouldn't be complete charged. They are suited to web conferences and training videos, but don't have the sonic gravitas to handle movie trailers at full volume.
The IPS panel will let you enjoy your favorite movies thanks to the excellent image quality it provides without putting unnecessary strain on your eyes – no PWM across all brightness levels. Base models of the Latitude 7480 come with a Core i3 processor, 4GB of RAM, and a 128GB solid-state drive (SSD).The two ThinkPads have much higher ceilings when it comes to maximum load and consume more than 50 % more power. Systems with the slower Core i5-7200U CPU like theHP EliteBook 840 are 10 - 13 % slower than the review laptop.
lbs), but it's not nearly as heavy as the predecessor or the mid-range Latitude 5480, which both get awfully close to 1. Inside the black triangle, you will see the standard color gamut (sRGB) that is being used by millions of people in HDTV and on the web.Along with his team, Joel won the ASBPE Northeast Region Gold award of Excellence for Technical Articles in 2005. It's not showy, instead opting for a safe, dark gray/black exterior with the only flash of color being the blue pointing stick cap —an all-business aesthetic.
Rather, the keys are integrated into deck itself, which should lead - at least in theory - to a stiffer typing platform. On the horizontal axis, you will find the grayscale and on the vertical axis – the luminance of the display. It appears that the display doesn’t use PWM across all brightness levels making it safe to use for long periods of time in this regard.running on SATA III controller, which is a big let-down since the laptop falls into the premium segment. Dell specifies a brightness of only 200 nits for the HD display, so we'd likely give it a pass considering the high-end status of the 7000 series. The display covers 96% of the sRGB color gamut making it perfect not only for work and general web browsing but for multimedia as well.