2.6 / 5 stars (13 reviews) - The Pros, Cons and Oks for Dell's Latitude 3379 (HR). Latest review: October 25, 2018 | Model: Dell Latitude 13 3379
This is a school computer and that’s it. You’re getting a lot of storage for a 2-in-1, and you’re not going to find this value in price anywhere. It's small, modern design has a touch screen, and will not go over the budget. If you only use it for basic programming then this is right down your alley. Keep in mind that you can use programs such as Adobe and Photoshop, you’re just going to experience a lag effect when going into larger programs. Overall, the reason why I’m giving it 3 stars is that it’s an average computer. Nothing bad or good about this computer made me chose a different path. As I mention before, I think you’re going to be seeing this more as a work computer before anything else. It’s slim, fast (for basic programs), and will not hit the budget for what Dell's offering. Forgot to mention that it’s from Dell, a brand that has been making computers before the beginning so the quality of each computer is handled pretty good. Verdict: A great computer for the average school teacher but nothing more than that.Reviewed by: Honest Reviewer | Read Dell Latitude 13 3379 reviews...
2.5 / 5 stars - While the Dell Latitude 3390 2-in-1 is relatively cheap and has a neat design, it pales in comparison to its competitors at every angle.
Review date: May 9, 2018 | Model: Dell Latitude 13 3379
The Latitude 3390 offers nothing special to warrant its $908 price tag, aside from the 2-in-1 capabilities. It trailed the competition during our tests, and it isn't MIL-SPEC tested for durability while traveling. And its poor display and weak keyboard make it that much more uncomfortable to use. The Dell Latitude 3390 2-in-1 simply doesn't cut it as a premium 2-in-1. If you need a 2-in-1 just for its size and touch-screen display, the Latitude should suffice considering its price. However, I recommend you fork over a few hundred dollars and get the Lenovo ThinkPad X380 Yoga for $1,223.10. The X380 Yoga bumps you up to an Intel Core i5-8250U and provides a solid display and a rechargeable stylus.Reviewed by: Rami Tabari | Read full review...