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Head-To-Head: Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga Vs. Dell Latitude 7390 2-In-1

The CRN Test Center compares two of the top convertible business laptops for 2018.

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Both of the laptops in our comparison offer strong performance, with processors from Intel's eighth-generation "Kaby Lake R" series. The choices are pretty similar. Both the X1 Yoga and Latitude 7390 2-in-1 can be configured with Core i5-8250U (quad-core, up to 3.4GHz), Core i5-8350U (up to 3.6GHz) or Core i7-8650U (quad-core, up to 4.2GHz) chip. The X1 Yoga also can come with Core i7-8550U (up to 4GHz), while the Latitude has an entry-level model with a seventh-gen Intel chip, the Core i3-7130U (clocked at up to 2.7GHz). Since the top-level chips are identical, however, you can expect some similarly impressive horsepower from both of the notebooks.

 
 
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