The Dell Latitude 7410 is a part of Dell’s 7000 business series which has dominated the business notebook scene for a long time. That was until the Dell 9000 series showed up and took over the scene.

The Del Latitude 7410 offers something not commonly seen on business laptops, the low power consumption 4K screen. The 4K screen option and the way it is built makes the Dell 7410 stand out.

 

Specifications

 

While the base model of the Dell Latitude 7410 starts at $1,579, the model reviewed in this article is sold for $2,678 at the time of this writing. The highest configuration of the Latitude 7410 cost around $3,200.

The Latitude 7410 is designed to serve as a business laptop that can replace your desktop and even your current workstation. It is sleek and portable enough to be lugged around in a bag and powerful enough to accomplish any office task you might throw at it.

The base model of the Latitude 7410 is equipped with Core i5-10310U. 1.6GHz processor is combined with 8GB of DDR4 RAM, 128GB SSD, and Intel UHD graphics.

The higher tier model that goes for $2,678 comes with 1.8GHz Core i7-10610u processor, 16GB of DDR4 RAM and 512GB SSD.

The $3,200 model is equipped with up to 32GB of RAM and optional vPro.

You can configure your model with the 4K UHD touch screen like the model reviewed here.

 

Design

 

The brushed aluminum metal of the Dell Latitude 7410 is pleasing to the eye and very sturdy enough to handle multiple falls without any damage to the internal component. Dell claims that the design is military-grade, and has undergone several military-grade drop tests.

The brushed aluminum goes all the way around the laptop. It even encases the touchpad and keyboard. That gives the laptop a premium feel.

The right side of the Latitude 7410 is equipped with 2 x USB ports. The one closest to the rear can be used for powershare. A wedge lock and a 3.5mm headphone jack.

On the left side, there are 2 x Thunderbolt 3 ports, a microSD slot and an HDMI port.

 

Display

 

The display of the Dell Latitude 7410 is a 14-inch 4K anti-glare screen that performs well both outdoor and indoor. The best thing about the display is that it is a low-power 4K display. It is gentle on the battery to improve its life.

Also, Dell claims that it comes with a blue light emission technology. It is easy on the eyes even when used for a long period at a stretch.

 

Performance

 

The performance of the Latitude 7410 equipped with the Intel Core i7-10610U processor and 16GB of RAM provides just enough power for business users. Enjoy all of its functionalities without any hassle. Intel’s vPro technology that lets an office management system connect to the laptop without being connected to the network of the computer is a good feature to have.

However, the price is rather steep compared with competition.

Storage blazed through the PCMark 8’s test with scores ranging over 5000. 4,000 is considered excellent. The performance of the Latitude 7410 failed to cross the 4000 mark on the PCMark 10 productivity score. This means the performance is a little below that of the last generation Latitude 7000 with 8th Gen Intel Processors.

 

Battery

 

One of the major laptop selling points is the lengthy battery life. Dell can can maintain it despite having a 4K panel. The low-power 4K display allows the 52WHr battery to last for 13.5 hours on a single charge.

The battery drain test includes a video loop of a locally stored 720p file that plays non-stop with the brightness set to 50 percent and the volume at 100% according to pcmag website test specifications and results.

 

Final Verdict

 

The Dell Latitude 7410 is built to last with its metal chassis and sleek design. The rare combination of a 4K display and long battery life makes it a good option for business professionals. It is good to note that it is not the most powerful business laptop out there, especially for its fairly high price but is a good choice for office type workloads on the move.

For the best performance from a business laptop with a 4K display, we recommend that you get the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Gen 7 for about $500, and no vPro technology. The Thinkpad X1 comes with 1TB SSD and a better keyboard too.