Inside Dell Latitude 13 7370 – disassembly, internal photos and upgrade options

As all silent ultrabooks, the Latitude 13 7370 from Dell doesn’t offer a lot of room for upgrade, except storage, of course. However, doing so is a fairly easy task.

You can find the available configurations here:

1. Removing the bottom piece

Unscrew all the bolts around the bottom and don’t try to fully remove them, they are attached to the plate.

2. Storage

The storage configuration has only one M.2 SSD slot and our unit came equipped with a Lite-On PCIe NVMe SSD (2280) with 256GB capacity.

3. Memory, battery and Wi-Fi

Of course, all RAM slots are soldered to the motherboard – this means no further upgrade can be made. You are stuck with 8GB of LPDDR3-1866 memory, which should be enough in most cases.

The Wi-Fi module is located in the upper-right corner (with the bottom facing upwards) and it’s Intel 8260NGW.


With just 34Wh of battery, the ultrabook performed fairly well.

4. Cooling system

The notebook uses a passive cooling solution since the Core m7-6Y75 allows it. And judging by the benchmarks, the machine’s cooling solution is more than sufficient.

The full review of the Dell Latitude 13 7370 can be found here.

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