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Dell Unveils The Latitude Chromebook Enterprise: 5 Things To Know

Dell's launch of two new notebooks brings Chrome OS for the first time to its business-friendly Latitude portfolio.

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Design And Display

A chief feature of Dell's Latitude line that carries over to the Latitude Chromebook Enterprise devices is the black carbon-fiber body, which offers both an appealing look as well as business-ready durability. Dell says the Latitude Chromebook Enterprise notebooks meet 17 military-standard measures for durability, and offer features including a spill-resistant keyboard. The devices also maintain portability, with the 5300 2-in-1 starting at 3 pounds and measuring 0.76 of an inch thick, and the 5400 starting at 3.24 pounds and measuring 0.77 of an inch thick.

For the display, the Latitude 5300 2-in-1 Chromebook Enterprise comes with a 13.3-inch FHD (1,920 x 1,080 resolution) touch screen, with minimal bezels for an "edge-to-edge" design. The anti-glare display also features durable Gorilla Glass and a carbon-fiber reinforced polymer LCD back, and goes up to 255 nits of brightness.

For the 14-inch display on the Latitude 5400 Chromebook Enterprise, there are a few options to choose from. Those are an HD (1,366 x 768 resolution) non-touch display; FHD non-touch display; and FHD touch screen. All three of the options feature 220 nits of brightness, anti-glare and the carbon-fiber reinforced polymer LCD back.

 
 
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