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The Dell Latitude 7350 Review Detachable: Streamlining Collaboration

The Dell Latitude 7350 Review Detachable: Streamlining Collaboration

It is not just Dell that makes 2-in-1 tablets. There is a wide selection available if you have always wanted the ease of a small laptop—take Microsoft’s Surface models, for instance.

The Latitude 7350 Detachable, however, is unique for several reasons. First off, both its display and chassis are extremely sturdy; the latter utilizes Gorilla Glass Victus while the former features chunks of metal. It is, without a doubt, a high-end laptop, whereas many of its competitors feel like tablets with keyboards.

The display is among the thinnest and lightest of its kind, yet it has a higher peak brightness than most. Of course, all that minimalism comes with some trade-offs; take I/O availability, for instance. However, this laptop continues to be a beneficial tool for professionals who work on the go.


As is customary with Dell websites, you can customize the Dell 7350 Detachable to meet your needs. It is available with an Intel Core Ultra 7 164U or the less powerful Intel Core Ultra 5 134U CPU that is on my laptop.

Both versions have 2880 x 1920p touchscreens and integrated Intel graphics. The precise specs of my review unit are as follows:

  • Intel Core Ultra 5 134U as the CPU
  • RAM: 6400 Mt/s / 8GB DDR5
  • Display specifications: 13-inch 3K (2880 x 1920p) IPS LCD with reduced blue light, touch sensitivity, anti-reflective coating, pen support, and Gorilla Glass Victus.
  • Intel Integrated Graphics is the display.
  • 235GB PCIe Gen 4 SSD for storage
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth 5.4, Wi-Fi 7.
  • Networking: Dual Thunderbolt 4 (Power Delivery 3.0, DisplayPort), with a 3.5mm combo port and a wedge-shaped lock
  • Capacity of battery: 45.6WHr
  • 8.19 x 11.53 x 0.35 inches in dimensions
  • 1.76 lbs (0.79 kg) in weight
  • $1789 was spent (standard 16GB RAM).

It is important to note that although the review device I had had 8GB of DDR5 RAM, Dell’s website indicates that the normal model has 16GB. You have the option to double that amount once more, but doing so will cost you $690 more than the review model because the Ultra 7 processor can only be paired with 32GB of RAM.

Design and Build

With a 0.35-inch thickness and 1.76 pounds in weight, the Latitude 7350 Detachable is remarkably thin and small enough to fit into your work bag or tote. In terms of comparison, it outperforms the 1.97-pound, 0.37-inch Microsoft Surface Pro tablet and the 0.43-inch thin 2024 Asus Zenbook S13 in both parameters (albeit a cursory check reveals it is more expensive than both).

Naturally, this makes it ideal for taking to meetings, presentations, and similar events. When traveling by airline, it will be simple to place it on a tray table and then slide it into the compartment in front of you.

However, the Latitude is incredibly powerful despite its tiny size. Some 2-in-1s just do not have the same level of durability that this one does thanks to the aluminum kickstand and magnesium chassis. It is also very remarkable how much of that metal is derived from recycled sources, which is sure to appeal to people who care about the environment.

The drop- and scratch-proof The Gorilla Glass Victus covering on the display, which is made by Corning, is also the ideal form of protection for a laptop that you would be holding up and using from a height.

Because of its orientation similar to that of Microsoft Surface laptops, the laptop has a tablet-like casing with rounded sides and thin bezels integrated into the display. A detachable keyboard that is extremely thin is attached to the bottom using powerful magnets. You may be sure of stability once you are set up because the connection is incredibly smooth, the keyboard clicks into place with ease, and it takes a strong tug to remove it.

The kickstand’s extremely wide and tight hinge is another reason why I give it a big thumbs up. It is not comparable to the notch mechanisms found in many ultralights, which prevent you from viewing the display from certain angles.

Connectivity and audio

However, there are disadvantages to such a thin and light design; in this case, they are related to the quantity of connectivity choices available. You can still use the two Thunderbolt 4 ports and the 3.5 mm audio jack; the former is helpful for fast file transfers and streaming video to external displays, but you might feel a little shortchanged if you have a lot of devices that need USB-A or HDMI connectors.

However, the 7350 Detachable is a tablet PC, to be fair. Mobile workers on the go are its primary use case, and they will mostly rely on the laptop’s wireless connectivity. Thank goodness, that is excellent. You may be confident that it has the fastest surfing and download speeds because it has both Bluetooth 5.4 and Wi-Fi 7 capabilities.

The two front-facing speakers of the 7350 Detachable are situated on either side of the screen. That puts the sound directly in front of your ears because it is higher than on a typical laptop. The lower frequencies are simply too shallow, so while the audio is clear enough to enjoy music and videos, you would not select it over sound from a decent set of PC speakers.


The Intel Core Ultra 5 134U CPU in my review unit has a maximum speed of 4.40GHz and a 12M cache. Along with having two AI engines integrated, this first-generation processor from Intel’s Core Ultra series also had an integrated AI Boost NPU.

Dell claims that the NPU will save 38 percent of power consumption during Zoom calls when AI-enhanced collaboration tools are used and that it will perform 132 percent faster when AI photo editing is used on-device in Adobe apps.

But based only on processing power, I expected the chip to be among the lighter models in the series given its low to mid-range positioning within Intel’s Core Ultra chip lineup. which is how my performance tests turned out.

The 7350 Detachable performed fairly well in our evaluations, using all of the Cores of the laptop’s Core Ultra 5 CPU in Maxon’s Cinebench R20 Multi-Threaded benchmark, for instance.

Battery life

The special Meteor Lake architecture of the Core Ultra 5 134U processor is engineered to use less power when the CPU is not operating at a high load.

To do so, two of the ten E-Core CPUs are situated on a “Low Power Island,” according to Intel. To put it simply, it is just a SoC inside a SoC that keeps running when the other components of the chip shut down to save energy.

The laptop’s battery life was at least somewhat visible to me thanks to PCWorld’s battery rundown test, even though I was unable to gauge how well those cores were performing. To achieve that, I fully charged the laptop, adjusted a few settings, and set up an endless looping 4K video.


You would want a laptop like the Dell Latitude 7350 Detachable with you whether you are traveling long distances or attending a trade fair where you spend the entire day hopping between appointments. Almost as thin as a dinner plate and incredibly light, you can juggle it with a coffee, a brochure, or just shake hands with folks while tucking it under your arm like a magazine. It also does a great job in the majority of typical productivity activities. However, there are not many I/O possibilities and an Active Pen and keyboard will cost you extra money. However, those complaints about tablet PCs are somewhat typical.

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