[Specs and Info] Dell Latitude 13 3320 – A feature-packed 13-inch business laptop with Tiger Lake

The Latitude brand is home to many business notebooks, each with its own small quirks and features.

The Dell Latitude 13 3320 looks to shake the scene up by offering a relatively inexpensive business laptop that is powered by several Tiger Lake G-series processors, which bring the performance and the power-efficiency, allowing for laptops that can have good battery life, along with more than enough performance when needed.

Today we are giving you a quick look at the Dell Latitude 13 3320.

The Dell Latitude 13 3320 is available now with a starting price of $909.00.

Dell Latitude 13 3320: Full Specs


With a portable and lightweight design, which weighs only 1.16 kg and is around 16 mm tall, you can carry the notebook everywhere, put it in your backpack and just forget about it. While the build materials weren’t specified, we would expect an aluminum lid at least, with a fully aluminum chassis not being out of the question. If the laptop goes this way, the sturdiness should be on a good level. The laptop has a simplistic and minimal exterior, akin to a MacBook, with rounded corners and sharp edges. The Dell branding is seen in the center of the lid and the bottom bezel, but it looks alright and is not intrusive at all.


Dell offers a single display option with this laptop. It has a 13.3-inch diagonal and comes in a Full HD resolution. The display has a matte Anti-Glare coating and 250 nits of max brightness. Along with that, the bezels are quite thin, which gives the laptop an even more modern look.

Specifications and features

You get to have the laptop with some pretty powerful processors from the Tiger Lake G-series. There are a total of four options, starting with the Core i3-1115G4 and finishing up with the Core i7-1165G7. The lower-end processors, aka the Core i3, can’t handle that much, so if you multitask a lot or use resource-heavy applications, you should seek the more powerful CPU options.

On the GPU front, you get the Iris Xe Graphics integrated units, with the Core i3 getting the G4, and the Core i5 and Core i7 chips receiving the G7 versions with 80 Execution Units for the i5 CPUs and 96 Execution Units for the i7 processor. These integrated GPUs are more powerful than you would realize, being able to go toe to toe with some discrete units.

Lastly, this laptop gets many software features, such as the infamous Dell Optimizer, ExpressCharge. On the hardware front, you have a fingerprint reader, a backlit keyboard, stereo speakers, and an SD card slot.

All Dell Latitude 13 3320 configurations:

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