Dell Latitude 7310 unboxing and first impressions

Dell's Latitude 7310 is a fine business laptop, and the company sent it to me with a working from home bundle. It came with a 27-inch 4K monitor, a mouse, a keyboard, and more. Obviously, these days a lot of people are working from home, so the personal computer is that much more important to our lives.

Dell packs a bunch of cool features into its high-end business laptops with its Dell Optimizer app. There's ExpressSign-in, which lets you sign into your PC without ever touching it. It detects when you're sitting in front of it to wake it up, and then Windows Hello signs you in. You can also set it so that it will lock a certain amount of time after you walk away from it.

Another one is ExpressResponse. This uses AI to learn about how you use different apps, and adjust performance accordingly. You can prioritize up to five apps in the Optimizer app.

The unit that Dell sent me includes an Intel Core i7-10610U, 16GB RAM, a 512GB SSD, and a 13.3-inch FHD display. Dell says that it's the smallest 13-inch business laptop. Check out the unboxing video below:

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