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When you need to get work done on the go, there's nothing like an ultraportable business notebook. Testi po infekcionnoj bezopasnosti s otvetami s otvetami food. The 12.5-inch Dell Latitude E7250 ($1,079 starting price, $1,776 as reviewed) looks and acts the part, with a professional aesthetic, a full-HD touch screen and a comfortable keyboard, and it backs up that good first impression with a speedy 5th-generation Core i5 CPU and a 256GB solid-state drive. The result is a capable work partner you can take anywhere, with long enough battery life that you can leave the power cord behind.
We have some complaints, but overall, the Latitude E7250 is a strong choice. Or Continue Reading Below. Design The Dell Latitude E7250 has a subtle, clean aesthetic with a magnesium-alloy chassis and lid that scream 'utilitarian.' The woven carbon-fiber lid looks classy and professional when closed. When you open it, you're presented with a 12.5-inch 1920 x 1080-pixel touch screen and a backlit keyboard with a comfortable, soft-touch palm rest. This system weighs 3.4 pounds, which makes it heavier than other ultraportables.
The HP Folio 1020 weighs just 2.68 pounds, and the 13-inch MacBook Air weighs a mere 3 pounds. At 12.2 x 8.3 x 0.83 inches, the E7250 won't take up a ton of room on your desk, but it's slightly larger than the Folio 1020.
Durability and Security The E7250 won't have any trouble withstanding your commute. Dell claims that its Latitude 12 7000 series laptops stand up to MIL-STD 810G testing, a U.S. Military testing standard for environmental stresses and equipment durability against drops and impact (4 inches or less). The magnesium-alloy chassis felt strong in my hands.
I wouldn't want to drop it on purpose, but I didn't worry about it being bumped around in my bag on the subway while I brought it to and from the office. The touch screen features Corning Gorilla Glass, so it should be able to withstand cracking if you drop your briefcase on the ground. Additionally, the keyboard is spill-resistant (up to 6 ounces of liquid), so an errant glass of water or Diet Coke won't disrupt your workday. Security-minded users can get Dell Data Protection for end-to-end encryption and malware protection preloaded. It promises to protect your data locally, on external drives and in the cloud, using encryption software set up by office IT managers. Our test unit did not have this software.