For what I know, Latitude 5x90 will NOT support Thunderbolt 3 port, the fact all websites (US and Italy) indicate that is it optional I have been told from Dell CS and a Dell reseller to be a typo. No NVME support either, at least for what I remember looking at the maintenance guide.This is unfortunate, they could have been excellent workhorse for professionals too, not only for business employers
I just received my first 5490 with an i7 8th gen, , 8GB RAM, and 256GB SSD, 1920x1080 screen, optional backlit keyboards, and fingerprint reader . Our company moved to these from the previous 14" 7000 series. Seems plenty fast but I am greatly disappointed. The screen is definitely WAY worse then even the 7450 and 7470 machines I have here. And just sitting here on my desk idling I've heard the fan rev up multiple times and it's very audible. In comparison the 7470 I'm typing on right now with a bunch of stuff open hasn't even made a peep. And the speed difference is negligible for office use. This was clearly a move by our department because the old models have been discontinued (they don't buy old hardware) and desire to save a buck on the lower model, but at least for the next few years if you have the option I'd much rather buy a 7470 on the 2nd hand market at a discount instead.
1.7kg counts as 'rather heavy' these days?As someone with an E5440, this is looking like an enticing upgrade. Maybe you should mention in the review if the M.2 slot would work with an NVMe drive, if the user chose to install one instead of the SATA drive. Judging from Dell's spec page for the E5490, it would.
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