Dell Latitude 7410 is an office laptop with enough performance to replace a desktop computer. As a powerful notebook and desktop computer, the Latitude 7410 helps me be more productive. Today’s laptop review will show you what makes the Dell Latitude 7410 special in design and performance.
Design Dell Latitude 7410
Dell Latitude 7410 has an eye-catching 4-corner design, the polished aluminum shell of the machine is not only beautiful, but also feels very hand-held and solid.
When you open the laptop, inside there is a Chiclet keyboard and a touch located on the laptop body. The keyboard and touchpad are surrounded by an aluminum-plated body. At the bottom of the screen is a shiny metal Dell logo.
On the top edge of the screen there is a webcam (with security close function) and a proximity sensor right next to it. Above the keyboard are a pair of sturdy hinges that connect the body to a stunning 4k display.
Measuring 12.7 x 8.2 x 0.8 inches, weighing 1.3 kg, the Dell Latitude 7410 is a bit heavier than its competitors. The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon 8th Gen (12.7 x 8.5 x 0.6 inches), HP Elite Dragonfly (11.9 x 7.8 x 0.6 inches), the Asus Expert Book B9450 (12.6 x 8 x 0.6 inches) are high-end laptops with similar dimensions. with the Latitude 7410.
Protecting documents and data is very important, you do not need to worry about this because the Dell Latitude 7410 has very good security capabilities. The device can be unlocked by facial recognition combined with the very reliable Windows Hello software.
The IR webcam and proximity sensor keep track of your location while working. With its sensor, the device will lock the screen when you leave the device to do other work and will automatically turn on when you return.
In dark environments, the ability to open the camera by face detection still works normally.
Dell Latitude 7410 serial port
On the right side of the device, you have 1 3.5mm headphone jack, 2 USB Type A 3.2 Gen 1 ports (the port near the back of the device also has the function of charging). On the left-hand side, you have 1 microSD card slot, 2 Thunderbolt 3 ports and 1 HDMI 2.0 port.
Dell Latitude 7410 owns a 14-inch screen with 4k resolution and can be anti-glare. The screen of the machine is very beautiful, has high color accuracy, suitable for those who work related to graphics. I have not had any problem using the device outdoors because of the large brightness of the screen.
We measured the Latitude 7410’s screen color coverage to be 118% of the sRGB color range. This result is better than the competition of the machine is the Dragonfly (117%) and the ExpertBook (117%).
The Latitude 7410 screen has a peak brightness of 402 nits, which is higher than the 368-nit high-end laptop average. This result is also better than the competition of the machine, Dragonfly (373 nits) and ExpertBook (302 nits).
The screen on the Latitude 7410 has a low blue light intensity to help you avoid eye strain when working long term.
Dell Latitude 7410 Audio
Dell Latitude 7410 comes preloaded with Dell Optimizer’s Intelligent Audio software, which automatically adjusts your sound system with the aim of improving your audio experience.
The speaker of the machine is located in the frame in front of the body. The Latitude 7410 speakers are surprisingly high volume, able to play music in the room clearly. The speaker has a clear sound quality, the mid range is good, the bass range is quite good.
Keyboard and touchpad
The Dell Latitude 7410’s Chiclet keyboard is clickable and has bounce response. Key spacing is large enough for a pleasant typing experience. The palm rest is just enough to help you work long without hand fatigue.
The 4.5 x 2.8-inch touchpad is responsive and accurate when used for web surfing and daily tasks. The smooth touchpad surface makes it easy to swipe Windows 10. The touchpad gives firm feedback when pressed down.
Dell Latitude 7410 performance
My Dell Latitude 7410 is equipped with Intel 10th generation Core i7-10610U chip with Intel UHD GPU, 16GB RAM, 512GB M.2 PCIe NVMe Class 40 SSD, performing the tasks you assign easily and quickly. .
The machine gave quite good results on the synthetic performance test. It scored 3108 higher than its competitors, the Dragonfly and the ExpertBook with a score of 3101 and 2830, respectively.
On the Handbrake test, the Latitude 7410 took 22 minutes and 34 seconds to convert a 4K video to 1080p. This is slower than the high-end laptop average of 18:44, but still faster than the Dragonfly (22:23) and the ExpertBook B9450 (28:24).
On the data transfer test, the Dell Latitude 7410 hit 620.6 mbps, slightly lower than the high-end laptop average of 686.8 mbps.