This system is being sold for parts. The rear cover is not included with the product. There are missing parts like memory, the battery, and the hard drive. There are minor scratches on the front cover, and the screen is cracked. Unit is being sold AS-IS without a warranty due to these issues. Please purchase accordingly.
NOTE: These are STOCK specifications and may not match the actual specifications of this actual machine! Please purchase accordingly.
Who said business can't be sexy? The all-black Dell Latitude E7470 is strikingly sleek, sporting a slim, soft-touch, magnesium-alloy chassis that makes this PC a joy to hold. The notebook's supersoft lid is just as pleasant to the touch, though it is fairly susceptible to fingerprints. At 13.19 x 9.13 x 0.74 inches and 3.4 pounds (with a four-cell battery), the E7470 is both small enough and light enough to fit into your bag without much of an issue. It's not quite as svelte as HP's Elitebook Folio G1 (11.5 x 8.23 x 0.47 inches, 2.14 pounds), but is roughly on par with Lenovo's ThinkPad T460s (13 x 8.9 x 0.74 inches, 3 pounds).
Ports and Webcam
Unlike most notebooks, the Latitude 14 E7470 has the majority of its ports in the back. That means you'll have to do some extra reaching around to access the PC's power input, two USB 3.0 ports, HDMI port, mini DisplayPort and Ethernet jack. The only ports you'll find on the edges are a headphone/mic jack, an SD card slot, a SIM port and a single USB 3.0 input. It's worth noting that the notebook doesn't have a USB Type-C port for newer, fast-charging accessories; this may be a concern for those looking for a more future-proof machine.
Although you can opt for an even sharper, quad-HD panel, the Latitude 14's standard 1080p display is crisp and clear enough for work, and colorful and vibrant enough for when you want to kick back with a movie. The notebook's screen preserved every key detail of the Captain America: Civil War trailer, from Steve Rogers' wrinkling forehead to the Avengers' colorful superhero suits.
Dell's business notebook offers decent volume for when you're playing messages or video chatting, but don't expect stellar music quality. Tracks like Fall Out Boy's "Irresistible" and Kendrick Lamar's "King Kunta" sounded impressively crisp on the vocal front, but each song's normally thumping bass was virtually nonexistent. You can customize the Latitude's sound output via the Dell Audio app. The software features presets for music, movies, gaming and voice, and you can customize individual parameters such as treble and bass or dive into an EQ if you want to fine-tune every last detail.
Keyboard, Touchpad and Pointing Stick
The Latitude is well-equipped for crunch time, with a comfortable and satisfyingly snappy keyboard that makes it easy to chop away at reports. Offering a generous 1.94mm of travel with a just-right actuation (required pressure) of 57 grams, the notebook's spacious island keys allowed me to hammer away at the Key Hero Typing Test at a swift 118 words per minute with near-perfect accuracy, and no hand cramps in sight.
Location: Bin 6
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