From PC Mag: Just when you thought enterprise-class Windows tablets were dead, they come back with a vengeance. The newest offering is Dell’s Latitude 7320 Detachable, a 13-inch tablet with an integrated kickstand and optional removable keyboard.
The Latitude 7320, launched on Tuesday, is designed to compete with the Microsoft Surface Pro 7+ for Business at a time when many white-collar workers are continuing to work remotely amid the coronavirus pandemic.
With Intel’s latest 11th gen Tiger Lake processors up to a Core i7, the Latitude 7320 is Dell’s answer to Microsoft’s flagship tablet, which was updated with business-friendly features earlier this year. Dell’s Latitude tablets last received a major update in 2019, so businesses that rely on the deprecated Latitude 7200 are likely nearing the end of their three-year replacement cycle.
Like the Surface Pro and most other Windows tablets, the new Latitude 7320 sports an integrated kickstand. It automatically powers on when you open up the kickstand and place it on your desk to begin your workday.
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