Dell Latitude 7490 Business Series Laptop, 8th Gen, Core I7, 16GB, 512GB SSD, Display 14.1", Win10 Pro - (Used Like NEW)

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Dell Latitude 7490 Business Series Laptop, 8th Gen, Core I7, 16GB, 512GB SSD, Display 14.1", Win10 Pro - (Used Like NEW)


Laptop Brand/Model:Dell Latitude 7490 Business Series Laptop,
Category/Generation: Core i7-8th Generation
Storage: SSD 512 GB
Display: 14.1"
OS/Windows: 10 Pro Licensed
Keyboard: Arabic / English
Others: Webcam/WiFi/Bluetooth/HDMI /Display Port/C-Type / Network Port

Gifts: Bag + Mouse Pad + Mouse

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Dell Latitude 7490 Business Series Laptop, 8th Gen, Core I7, 16GB, 512GB SSD, Display 14.1", Win10 Pro - (Used Like NEW):

Intel Core 8th Generation i7-8650U (1.90 GHz), 16 GB DDR4 Ram and 512GB SSD 14 inch FHD (1920 x 1080) Anti-Glare Screen Backlit Keyboard Authentic Windows 10 Professional (64 Bit), fully activated

The exterior of the case is covered by a durable magnesium alloy, the Keyboard surface is covered with soft-touch paint, and there is a woven carbon fiber cover, giving the Latitude 7490 a brighter texture.

Dell Latitude 7490 Weighing 3.5 pounds and 0.7 inches thick, heavier than the Huawei MateBook X Pro (2.9 pounds, 0.6 inches), the Latitude 7490 is lighter than the Lenovo ThinkPad T480 (3.6 to 0.6 inches). 4.0 pounds, with and without extended battery; 0.8 inches) ) and the Dell Latitude 7490 is similar to the HP Elitebook 1040 G4 (3.4 pounds, 0.6 inches).

The left side of the Latitude 7490 has two USB 3.0 ports, an HDMI-out, a power adapter port, and a Thunderbolt 3 port. Depending on the configuration of the Dell Latitude 7490, you may be able to get one DisplayPort-enabled USB Type-C port, if upgrading the Thunderbolt 3 port for the Latitude 7490 will have a suggested price of about $35.

To the right of the Dell Latitude 7490, you'll find a Noble-branded security lock slot, an Ethernet port, a third USB 3.0 port, an SD and SIM reader, and a Headphone jack.
Display Dell Latitude 7490

The 14-inch Latitude 7490 Full HD display powered by AU Optronics scored well. Response time is a bit slow with IPS panel, PWM phenomenon does not appear is really a big plus. The Dell Latitude 7490 display is quite bright, averaging around 305 nits. The Latitude 7490 is equipped with an anti-glare screen. Contrast is very good and the screen is vivid. Dell Latitude 7490's screen is bright enough for Office and outdoor use.

The Dell Latitude 7490's colors were fairly accurate without any adjustments; DeltaE2000 for colors is around 3.82 and 3 for gray. (A DeltaE2000 score of 3 or less is generally considered acceptable for professional color work.) Calibration slightly improves these numbers. An interesting point is that the deviation coincides with color accuracy; while some devices have lower average DeltaE2000 scores, the maximum DeltaE2000 score for colors can be relatively high, making wide backgrounds more color accurate. This is available with the HP Elitebook 1040 G4 (max DeltaE2000 is 7.34). The Latitude 7490, on the other hand, has a lower maximum DeltaE2000 score of 5.58.

Dell Latitude 7490 with good color space coverage at 88% for sRGB and 58% for AdobeRGB. In general, colors should be accurate and large enough for amateur videography and photography work, if you are a professional then you can aim for the Macbook Pro or the ThinkPad X1 Carbon, both of which have better screens.

Viewing angles on the Latitude 7490 are excellent. At a 45° angle Images and text remain clear and more. Outdoor visibility is also good; Under the shade, the Dell latitude 7490 display is completely usable. Even in direct sunlight, the screen is easy to read, but some softer or darker colors may come out. Backlight bleed is non-existent, receding for small spots along the cutout in the bottom bezel. The phenomenon in this area is not very noticeable other than when looked closely and cannot be seen when using the Dell latitude 7490 normally.

This is the biggest change. The Latitude 7490 has a choice of Intel's 8th generation ULV processor, which boasts twice as many cores as its Kaby Lake counterpart (4 vs 2). This should theoretically lead to a performance doubling in CPU-intensive tasks, which is almost true. The Dell Latitude 7490 is really a strong choice in the business laptop segment when combined with a Samsung PM961 NVMe SSD, a full amount of RAM (upgradable), iGPU with support for multiple monitors (4K streaming). ).

The focal point of the Latitude 7490 is undoubtedly its upgraded CPU. The Core i7-8650U on the Dell latitude 7490 includes four cores designed into the same 15 W TDP, a clear improvement. The processor's base measurement is lower than the Core i7-7600U (1.9 GHz vs 2.8 GHz), but the 4.2 GHz boost (per core) is about 8% higher than the 7600U.

In Cinebench, the specs are improved to around 80% in multi-threaded performance, which is impressive. More than 2 cores are continuously active on the Dell latitude 7490. But there are a few other quad-core CPUs that beat the 15 W processor, for example the Core i7-7820HQ of the HP Elitebook 1040 G4, which is not quite popular with laptops. businessman, surpassing the i7-8650U by about 7%. Interestingly, the i7-8550U in the ThinkPad T480s is still better, beating the 8650U by about 17% despite the lower boost clock speed.
Dell Latitude 7490 GPU:

The integrated Intel UHD Graphics 620 GPU on the Latitude 7490 isn't meant for heavy graphics workloads, but it does well for most business task needs. Dell Latitude 7490 performs about 10-20% better


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