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Review Dell Latitude E7240 Notebook
« am: September 27, 2013, 09:56:32 »
Ultra-Business. Dell has updated its Latitude series and added a number of new models. The Dell Latitude E7240 is a compact 12-inch business ultrabook, which wants to convince with professional equipment and premium features. We extensively tested, how well it succeeds at this.

http://www.notebookcheck.net/Review-Dell-Latitude-E7240-Notebook.102324.0.html

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Re: Review Dell Latitude E7240 Notebook
« Antwort #1 am: September 28, 2013, 11:34:40 »
 When will Dell finally listen to customers who not only want manageability for companies but who also want a decent display?
All we see in the otherwise pretty good Latitude models is a crappy display so one who travels business and also enjoys photography always needs to carry an additional Macbook..

Hisham

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Re: Review Dell Latitude E7240 Notebook
« Antwort #2 am: Januar 20, 2014, 02:47:27 »
Looking at current trend it is not so easy for Dell to get the kind of voulume it used to get.  What with the competition and also the shrinking market.  There are a lot of users who opt for business grade pc but some of those has migrated to tablets for their main computer use which is for general communication.  I myself use a Latitude (E6320) even though I mainly just use it to use a browser.  Its their excellent keyboard and toughness of the casing that drew me to them Latitudes in the first place.  Going through two Latitudes I am yet to have any need for Dell support or warranty service but it is good to know that they are there for just in case.  That is a testament for Dell's good build.  The ease of access to internals and removable battery is a bonus in the current crops too.

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Re: Review Dell Latitude E7240 Notebook
« Antwort #3 am: Januar 30, 2014, 08:42:47 »
When will Dell finally listen to customers who not only want manageability for companies but who also want a decent display?
All we see in the otherwise pretty good Latitude models is a crappy display so one who travels business and also enjoys photography always needs to carry an additional Macbook..

There is a full hd display? You could always get that. I personally am very very happy they still make matte models (not like everybody else who seemingly all just loooove glossy - i hate glossy with a passion :-) )

Also, regarding business - i doubt companies are concerned whether the screen is appropriate for their photography loving staff - cheap screens means cheaper notebooks means cost savings, and I'm very ok with that.

The full HD option is always there - now if they had that in matte too - with maybe 95Gamut - well wouldn't that be a sunshine :) oh well, cant have it all. I think it is a great ultrabook afterall - clearly tailored at the business user, but for them, really great!

Russell

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Re: Review Dell Latitude E7240 Notebook
« Antwort #4 am: Februar 13, 2014, 05:50:06 »
I just got one with the 1080p touchscreen display and it's fantastic.

Hector Yanez

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Re: Review Dell Latitude E7240 Notebook
« Antwort #5 am: Mai 27, 2014, 02:05:30 »
I have a latitude E7240 with his docking station, but doesn´t Works port vga in teh docking, Why? is incompatible? or what? Can anybody tell me'. Thanks.

Peshko

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Re: Review Dell Latitude E7240 Notebook
« Antwort #6 am: August 23, 2014, 04:47:12 »
very poor battery life, performance. Expensive, comparable configuration - similar in price to Macbook. Much better off with Mac. Much more stable, more memory, more SSD, etc.

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Re: Review Dell Latitude E7240 Notebook
« Antwort #7 am: November 02, 2014, 17:22:17 »
right now in front of me basic config e7240 i5-4310U, ThinkPad X240 i7-4600U and HP 820 G1 i5-4200U. real-life outdoor unplugged performance the best is on e7240. Strong points go to X240 for the excellent keyboard, to HP- for ruggedness and premium build, to e7250 for overall experience. I get all these machines at equal price but I never thought that Dell can actually make to KEEP their machine! Wee-OU-Double-U! Basic amazing HD screen of e7240 beats the c..p out both Lenovo and HP. And battery life- ....X240 wins yet real-life scenario I only need a tiny-fetter like spare Dell battery to be enough to swap once and I don't notice it in my backpack. Plus it cost absolutely nothing to buy. At £240 total cost to end user, after-market you really can't beat e7240. No way!

 

 
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