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Indonesia IDR 5,250,000
Malaysia MYR 3,296
Philippines PHP 36,142

DELL Latitude E7240 Expert Reviews

techpatrl.com
Reviewed on 2014-07-21
I like Dell laptops, specially the Lattitude series because it has simple sleek design, not so fancy, no striking and odd design. No doubt it is designed for the corporate mobile professionals.Lattitude model are business laptops next to the Vostro series...
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itbusiness.ca
Reviewed on 2014-06-27
Dell's Latitude series of notebooks have long been their premium series of business workhorses, and for 2014, the new top of the range 7000 series are the first Ultrabook Latitudes. Dell calls them “pinnacle of Latitude performance”, and models are availa...
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goodhousekeeping.co.uk
Reviewed on 2014-06-01
It has a good feel with a rubberised lid, It gets through the Windows functions quickly, The graphics are good and crisp, There is good video on Skype, It is more powerful than the processor suggests.The battery life could be better, The keyboard is not backlit, The keyboard feels slightly rubbery, rather than precise, There is no CD/DVD drive, It is expensive.
The Dell Latitude E7240 laptop has a 12.5" screen, uses Windows 8.1 and features an Intel Core i5-4300 1.9GHz with a 128Gb solid state disc...
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expertreviews.co.uk
Reviewed on 2014-05-17
With its tough 12.5in aluminium chassis and soft-touch rubberised interior, the Dell Latitude E7240 is a smart business Ultrabook. The Latitude E7250 is just 20mm thick and weighs 1.4kg, so it won’t take up much room in a bag or briefcase.Even better, the...
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pcworld.com_techhive.com
Reviewed on 2014-05-07
Very good benchmark performance, High-res multi-touch display, Good input ergonomicsHeavy for its size, Small SSD (128GB)
Dell's Latitude E7240 is a class act among 12.5-inch business laptops, but you'll need to pay to play: This Ultrabook costs a cool $1795 as configured for this review, though you can get into a lesser configuration for $500 less.Styled largely in black an...
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pcworld.in
Reviewed on 2014-05-07
Dell's Latitude E7240 is a class act among 12.5-inch business laptops, but you'll need to pay to play: This Ultrabook costs a cool $1795 as configured for this review, though you can get into a lesser configuration for $500 less.Styled largely in black an...
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chip.com.my
Reviewed on 2014-02-10
Excellent performance, A lot of I/O portsBelow average battery life, Loud fan, Cover smudges easily
Ever since its first launch several years ago, the Ultrabook has begun to take form as the go-to device for end-users who are looking for something that is both portable and powerful. Using the latest and best technologies available at hand, Dell has rece...
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zdnet.com
Reviewed on 2014-01-15
Unfortunately it's let down by a keyboard that we can only describe as poor, and a lack of configuration options for operating system, storage capacity and type, screen resolution and touch support (in the UK at any rate). It's a pity Dell didn't go the e...
Dell's Latitude E7240 is a neat and powerful business-grade 12.5-inch ultrabook with plenty of configuration options, including Windows 7 or 8 and touch or non-touch screens. Powered by fourth-generation Intel Core (Haswell) processors, you can expect a d...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2014-01-06
Compact ultrabook. Three USB 3.0 ports, HDMI, Ethernet, and mini-DisplayPort in a 12-inch ultrabook. Comfortable, old-scholl style keyboard. MIL-SPEC rating.No pointing stick. A hint of keyboard flex. Premium pricing
The Dell Latitude E7240 Touch is a technology-forward system that will interest SMB and enterprise business IT managers evaluating Windows 8. It has ramped-up specs, including a 12.5-inch, 1,920-by-1,080 resolution touch screen, runs Windows 8, and MIL-SP...
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computershopper.com
Reviewed on 2014-01-02
Great 1080p touchscreen, Exterior looks good, feels solid, Three USB 3.0 ports, Three-year warrantyPricey as configured, Rear-mounted ports and power plug can be inconvenient in tight spaces, No VGA port, Smallish touch pad
& Design Tablets like the and convertible devices like the are an important focus for Dell these days. The now privately owned company is, after all, trying to look to the future.But that doesn't mean there isn't room for a few new traditional lapto...
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2013-12-16
Gorgeous and bright 1080p IPS Gorilla Glass touchscreen, Fast application performance, Easy reparability and upgradeability, WWAN and docking station options, Solid construction, Generally low system noise under typical use, 3-year warranty as standard...Loud system noise under moderate-high loads, CPU throttles under full system load, Maximum brightness drops if running on batteries, Expensive
The 12.5-inch Latitude E7240 Touch continues the tradition by offering a lightweight 12.5-inch powerhouse for on-the-go business users. We recently and extensively tested an E7240 not too long ago, so more details on the chassis, connectivity and physical...
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alphr.com
Reviewed on 2013-11-28
Dell recently announced a newly formed pair of Latitude 7000 Series Ultrabooks, and the Latitude E7240 is the first to land in the PC Pro Labs. Following in the business-friendly footsteps of its predecessors, Dell has packed the Latitude E7240's sturdy, ...
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Laptopmag.com
Reviewed on 2013-11-27
Attractive carbon fiber design, Bright and colorful 1920 x 1080 display, Comfortable keyboard, Solid everyday performance, Three-year warranty with onsite serviceBelow-average battery life, A little pricey
The Dell Latitude E7240 Touch looks to usher in a new era of business notebooks that combine fast performance and strong security with sexy design. Starting at $1,175 ($1,665 as configured), the E724 sports a sleek carbon fiber lid, 12.5-inch full HD touc...
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2013-09-27
system noise during low load, docking connector, interface layout, WWAN is optionally available, system performance, power consumption, weight, keyboardsystem noise during full load, performance falls under full load, no Bluetooth, no fingerprint reader, very high price
Dell is one of the first manufacturers migrating to the new Haswell architecture in the business range this year. The Dell Latitude E6540 was one of the first business notebooks featuring Intel's fourth generation Core i CPUs. Meanwhile there are also com...
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itpro.co.uk
Reviewed on 2013-08-27
Dell has refreshed its Latitude range, but it's the 7000 Series Ultrabooks that are the most tantalising business class machines on offer. The Latitude 7000 range aims to take all the best bits from a regular laptop and condense them into an Ultrabook fo...
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