Dell Latitudes 1520 laptops are the latest in the line of ultrabooks to hit the market, with the first models available in the US and the UK.
The new machines come in four different price tiers: the entry level model starts at $999, with a 128GB SSD and an Intel Core i7-4710HQ CPU; the premium model comes with a 256GB SSD, an Intel Xeon E3-1225v2 CPU, and a GTX 1080 GPU; and the ultra-premium model is available for $1,499, with an 128GB Intel Core E5-2600 v2 CPU and an AMD Ryzen 7 1800X GPU.
We’ve also been told that the laptop has a 16GB SSD option, as well as a 256 GB SSD option.
All models come with Windows 10 Mobile, as usual.
The laptop is a 13-inch laptop, with 15.6-inch screen and a 7-inch diagonal.
It has a 1366×768 resolution and runs the Windows 10 operating system, along with Microsoft Office.
The Dell Latituds 1520 has a 15.5-inch display, a 1920×1080 resolution, a 10.1-inch wide-viewing angle display, and 4K resolution.
We’ve seen other models with a 1920 x 1080 screen, as a 13.3-inch, 13.9-inch or 15.4-inch panel.
The display size is 13.2 inches and the screen is an IPS panel.
The Dell Latiteras 1520 is rated for 60Hz refresh rate, and that means it should be able to handle 1080p content.
The laptops hinge hinge is also slightly different from the Dell Latias 1520, with Dell claiming that it has a much smoother hinge, with it having a hinge that is “more flexible and more comfortable.”
It is a nice feature, and we can’t help but love the hinge.
The notebook has a detachable keyboard that is a full-size laptop keyboard, and it comes with the following keys: