Dell Latitude 5285 2-in-1 Is A Worthy Rival Of Microsoft Surface Pro 5
The Dell Latitude 5285 2-in1 is considered the worthy rival of the Microsoft Surface Pro 5. In fact, it's hard to tell the difference between the 2 laptops that unveiled its appearance at the CES 2017.
Why Dell Latitude 5285 2-in-1 Is Considered A Worthy Rival Of Microsoft Surface Pro 5?
As described by The Verge, the Dell Latitude 5285 has a 12.3-inch display with a 3:2 aspect ratio which is the same as the Surface Pro. It supports up to a 1TB SSD, which is also the same as the Surface Pro. And still, just like the Microsoft Surface Pro 5, Dell 5285 2-in1 also includes up to 16GB RAM and supports traditional Core i processors from Intel.
Aside from the above common features of the Dell Latitude 5285 and Microsoft Surface Pro 5, there's also a built-in kickstand, a soft keyboard and stylus support which will add to its comparison. But as reviewed by ZDNet, for anyone who's looking closely at the specs, they are probably going to favor with what the Microsoft are offering.
The Dell Latitude 5285 will go on sale by February 28th with its starting price at $899, which is exactly the same cost as the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 with a Core i processor. Furthermore, the keyboard cover will sell separately. Dell company hasn't announced the price for that just yet, so we still need to wait for it.
One Cut Of Dell Latitude 5285 2-in-1 To Microsoft Surface Pro 5
There is only one place where the Dell Latitude 5285 varies away from the Microsoft Surface Pro, and that is its display. From the name itself, the Dell Latitude 5285 2-in-1 is a hybrid gadget with a really great display.
Microsoft opted for a pricey high-resolution 2736 x 1824 panel, especially for the Surface Pro 4 and 5. While Dell went gone for a more traditional feature and cheaper cost, that is 1920 x 1080 option. It's a very impressive move for Dell to cut in order to scrape in some additional interest.
According to Business News Daily, the screen of the Dell Latitude 5285 offers full pressure sensitivity, so the user can taper their strokes like they would use a pen with a real ink. The pen vessels in the box adjacent to the Dell Latitude 5285 2-in-1, so you can start taking notes right away even in a snap.
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