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The Dell Latitude 7320 Detachable is built for on-the-go professionals

Latitude 7320 Detachable
Latitude 7320 Detachable (Image credit: Dell)

What you need to know

  • Dell's Latitude 7320 Detachable is available April 27, 2021.
  • Its starting price is $1,549.00.
  • Its keyboard and pen are sold separately.

Everyone who's been waiting for Dell's Latitude 7320 Detachable can rest easy because it's finally here in all of its 2-in-1 detachable glory. Snap the new faux suede folio keyboard right off the Latitude 7320 and make it a thin, lightweight tablet, or reattach the keyboard and have yourself a proper laptop for more intensive work. No matter what the function, the Latitude 7320 Detachable has you covered.

For easier use of the 2-in-1's touchscreen, there's its accompanying stylus pen, which can charge 100% of its battery within 30 seconds and run for 90 minutes of nonstop usage before needing another charge. Another nice feature is that the pen is able to be stored within the device, so you don't have to worry about it getting separated and lost.

It's important to note that the stylus pen and keyboard are both sold separately, so you'll only get the true 2-in-1 experience if you pony up more cash. However, if you just want the Latitude 7320 Detachable for its tablet applications, you'll still get a capable device decked out with up to an 11th-gen Intel Core i7 vPro processor, 16GB of RAM, and 1TB SSD. Full specs are listed below.

CategoryDell Latitude 7320 Detachable
Operating SystemWindows 10 Home 64-bit
Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
Windows 10 Enterprise (WaaS)
Display13.0" 3:2 FHD+ Touch, 500 nits, Super Low Power and ComfortView Plus - Low Blue Light, Corning Gorilla Glass DX Touch, Active Pen Support
Processor11th Generation Intel Core Processors up to i7 vPro
GraphicsIntel Iris X integrated Graphics (UHD for i3)
MemoryUp to 16GB LPDDR4X SDRAM 4266MHz (on board)
StoragePCIe/NVMe Class 35 SSD up to 1TB
256GB PCIe/NVMe Class 35 SED
Optical Drive OptionsExternal Options Only
Rear CameraWorld facing 8 MP 1080p at 30fps, no flash
Front CameraFront facing 5 MP 1080p at 30fps
Connectivity10/100/1000 Ethernet - supported via dongle

Wireless LAN Options:
Intel Dual Band Wireless
Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX201 2x2ax (Harrison Peak2) CNVi + Bluetooth 5.1

Optional Mobile Broadband Options:
8, 10 Qualcomm Snapdragon X20 LTE-A (DW5821e) (eSIM capable) WW except US, China & Turkey
Qualcomm Snapdragon X20 LTE-A (DW5821e) China, Turkey
Qualcomm Snapdragon X20 LTE-A (DW5821e) for AT&T, Verizon & Sprint, US
Ports2 x Thunderbolt 4 with Power Delivery 3.0 & DisplayPort (USB Type-C)
1 x Optional Touch Fingerprint Reader
Universal Audio jack
1 x external uSIM card tray option (WWAN only)
1 x Optional Contacted or Contactless SmartCard Reader
Wedge Shaped Lock slot
Audio2 x Stereo Speaker with MaxxAudio Pro
2 x Dual array microphones
Battery2-Cell, 40 WHr Polymer
ExpressCharge 2.0
ExpressCharge Boost & Long Life Cycle capable
DimensionsSlim: 288.4 x 207.9 x 8.44 mm (11.35" x 8.18" x 0.33")
WeightStarting Weight: 851g (1.82lbs) (tablet only)
Keyboard 351.4g (0.77lbs)
SensorsGyroscope
eCompass/Magnetometer
Accelerometer
GPS (via WWAN Card only)
Ambient Light Sensor
Power on with Kickstand open
InputDell Latitude 7320 Detachable Single Pointing Spill Resistant Backlit Travel Keyboard (optional, sold separately)
10-Finger Touch Display
Mircosoft Precision Clickpad
Latitude 7320 Detachable Stylus Pen (optional, sold separately)

As can be seen via the spec table, you'll have options regarding how much you want to shell out for the Latitude 7320 Detachable. Storage, memory, and many more items offer a range of choices thanks to their "up to" descriptors.

If, for whatever reason, the Dell Latitude 7320 Detachable isn't quite captivating you based on the information provided here, have no fear: Dell has a lot of other new releases on tap, including the G15 line of gaming laptops and Alienware m15 Ryzen Edition R5, as well as a refresh on the Inspiron line for folks more interested in productivity than gaming.

And in case you're still on the hunt for a 2-in-1 and the 7320 isn't quite scratching the itch, here's our review of the Microsoft Surface 7 Plus for Business. We also have a roundup of the best 2-in-1 laptops currently available if you want to see a wide range of machines.

Robert Carnevale is the News Editor for Windows Central. He's a big fan of Kinect (it lives on in his heart), Sonic the Hedgehog, and the legendary intersection of those two titans, Sonic Free Riders. He is the author of Cold War 2395. Have a useful tip? Send it to robert.carnevale@futurenet.com.

11 Comments
  • About time someone made a Surface competitor w/ slim bezels. Hopefully they improved their pen.
  • Those bezels look about the same as the SPX.
  • Typing this on Matebook E 2017?
  • There are many Surface Pro alternatives. This Latitude 7 detachable has existed for over 5 years now.
  • This is everything I want out of a Surface, 13" screen, Thunderbolt 4, smaller bezels, Pen storage. I would say that I cant believe MS let Dell beat them to it... But I can...
  • The SPX has all of those things except TB4. It runs ARM but I'd bet it's the platform for future Intel and AMD devices too. In fact this looks like an Intel SPX clone. And do you really need TB4?
  • If you want to be future proof (as far as is possible) then you do. DisplayPort-2 is coming, and it wont be supported on anything less than USB4/TB4. Not to mention using an eGPU if you're inclined. Sure its a small portion of the market, but I/O is unchangeable after purchase. TB4 will only become more necessary.
  • This looks pretty good. I don't love that they copied the Surface Pro X pen setup and left the pen with only 90 minutes of battery life. I absolutely do not want to have to keep charging the pen. Replaceable batteries that last a year are pretty obviously superior. I also would prefer some sort of magnetic docking connector. Hard to beat the Surface line when it comes to detachables.
  • Says the pen charges fully in 30 seconds.
  • So does this come with EMR support or is this another AES/MPP style tablet that sucks as a digital sketchpad? BTW, how awesome would it be if MS (or anyone else) built a 15 in Surface Pro-style 2 in 1 with a Ryzen 4800u/5800u or ARM processor and EMR support?
  • Samsung 15" convertibles are EMR, this one is AES 2.0, which isn't too bad but not recommended for artwork.