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Dell Latitude 5310 2-in-1 convertible in review: 11-hour long-distance runner
Dell Latitude 5310 2-in-1 convertible in review: 11-hour long-distance runner

The office convertible holds a few trump cards: It is quiet, sturdily built, has good input devices, a nice display, an excellent microphone, a fast card reader, and component maintenance is no foreign concept either. Will you hold all the trump cards with the Latitude 5310?

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The Dell Latitude 5310 does many things right but fails to reach a very good rating in the end. The 13-incher combines whisper-quiet work with ergonomic advantages like low heat development and very good input devices. Mobility seems to be a given with the 11-hour runtime, but the glossy touch display spoils this joy.

The Core i5-10310U isn’t able to unleash its full performance, which is why the convertible is rather part of the lower mid-range. The touchscreen is appropriate for its purpose in terms of brightness and contrast, but it’s not a highlight. Color reproduction and color-space coverage are better aspects here.

As a result, Dell’s 5310 2-in-1 has some commendable pros but also a few cons. All details and benchmarks can be found in our review.

Sebastian Jentsch, 2021-01- 2 (Update: 2020-12-31)

Sebastian Jentsch

Computers interested me early on. With 14 I put together the first PCs for the relatives, with the 90’s these were 80286’s to 486’s up to Pentium 1’s. What was closer to becoming a product tester? Since 2007 I have been following the world of Windows laptops and convertibles. Today I also want to separate the wheat from the chaff in vacuum cleaner robots, bread baking machines or irrigation computers, which is why I am also on the road as a freelance editor for other test websites.


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