Dell Latitude 7285
The Dell Latitude 7285 is a Surface Pro alternative for businesses that need more hardware options and on-site repair.
You see, the Surface Pro's biggest drawback is that it's not very business-friendly. Break one and you must send it to Microsoft. In most cases, the company replaces the device instead of repairing it.
Any trained agent can repair the Dell Latitude 7285 at your office because of the way Dell designed it. That means no emergency backups of your data and no reinstalling all your programs if something happens.
Expect a great display, solid performance and plenty of connectivity options when your Latitude 7285 arrives. All models have a 2,880 x 1,920 12.3-inch display and a camera that lets you into Windows 10. You also get 2 USB Type-C Thunderbolt 3 ports and a MicroSD card reader.
The more you spend, the more RAM, processing power and storage you get. Configurations start with an Intel Core i5-7Y54 processor, 8GB RAM and 128GB storage. Add LTE connectivity to the Dell Latitude 7285 if you spend a lot of time away from the office. That's something you don't get with Surface Pro 6.
The Latitude 7285 2-in-1 becomes a laptop with the help of the Dell Productivity Keyboard. This keyboard is more like a dock than a cover, meaning you can use it to type on your laptop without opening a kickstand or worrying about the keyboard flexing. Flip the screen and place it back on the keyboard to use it as a kickstand for presentations on the go. The $1,199 model doesn't include this $249.99 keyboard or the $49.99 Dell Active Pen that lets you write notes and draw. The Latitude 7285 bundle that costs $1,839 does include both accessories.
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