Dell is kicking off CES with a new Latitude 2-in-1 device for its business customers. The company’s new Latitude 7400 is the latest 2-in-1 on its Latitude line.
Latitude 7400 comes with a new feature called ExpressSign-In. The idea of the feature is pretty simple: the device has a proximity sensor that can detect when you are close to it, and automatically turns on the screen, allowing you to quickly login with Windows Hello. The same sensor is used to automatically lock the device when it detects you are not around, providing added security.
Dell says the new Latitude 7400 is the world’s “smallest commercial 14-inch 2-in-1” device, coming with Intel’s latest 8th gen Whiskey Lake U-series quad-core Core processors. You can get up to 16GB of RAM with the device, and up to 1TB of NVMe/PCIe SSD storage.
Dell’s Latitude 7400 comes with a new Super Low Power Panel system that will apparently allow you to get up to 24 hours of battery life on the device and charge quickly with ExpressCharge. The device is targetted at business customers, so it comes with a bunch of ports — including 2 Thunderbolt Type-C ports with PowerDelivery and 2 USB Type-A ports.
It will go on sale this March, starting at $1599.