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Dell Latitude 7320 Detachable built for work with a premium design starting at $1,549

Microsoft and Lenovo have some worthy competition.

Joshua Goldman Managing Editor / Advice
Managing Editor Josh Goldman is a laptop expert and has been writing about and reviewing them since built-in Wi-Fi was an optional feature. He also covers almost anything connected to a PC, including keyboards, mice, USB-C docks and PC gaming accessories. In addition, he writes about cameras, including action cams and drones. And while he doesn't consider himself a gamer, he spends entirely too much time playing them.
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Dell on Tuesday announced the Latitude 7320 Detachable, a 13-inch Windows 10 tablet aimed at a growing number of mobile professionals who want and need to do things from wherever they are. The two-in-one is the first Intel Evo-verified detachable and offers some competition for Lenovo's ThinkPad X12 Detachable and Microsoft's Surface Pro 7 Plus while bringing unique features to the category. 

For example, Dell includes its Express Sign-in technology on the 7320, which will automatically wake and unlock the device when it senses your presence. Lifting the two-in-one's integrated kickstand will also instantly wake it up, so you can get right to work when you set it down. Express Sign-in is part of Dell's Optimizer software that also includes features to accelerate network connections, boost charging speeds and prioritize performance for specific apps that you choose. 


Dell put a USB-C port on each side of the tablet to make charging and connections more convenient. 


The device is built around a 13-inch 3:2 display with a 1,920x1,280-pixel resolution and 500-nit brightness which should make it easier to see outside or under bright office lights. The display also has low-blue-light technology. It magnetically attaches to a full-size keyboard made of brushed aluminum and synthetic suede. It can also be paired with a new active pen that Dell says is the world's fastest charging pen getting up to 90 minutes of continuous use with a 30-second charge when garaged in the keyboard. Both the keyboard and pen are sold separately. 

Other features include a 5-megapixel front-facing camera with noise reduction for better-looking video calls, Intel Wi-Fi 6 and optional 4G LTE and up to the latest 11th-gen Intel Core i7 vPro processors. 

The 7320 is available now from Dell starting at $1,549. Prices for UK and Australia weren't immediately available but the US price converts to approximately £1,130 or AU$2,010.