[Specs, Info, and Prices] Power and versatility are the core strenghts of the Dell Latitude 13 5320 (2-in-1)

Dell’s Latitude brand has offered fantastic business devices, which strike the balance between power and portability, being able to bring enough performance, as well as maintain a very compact exterior.

The new Latitude 13 5320 (2-in-1) stays true to and maintains that balance, coming with the newest Tiger Lake processors from Intel. You get options for both the low-end as well as the high-end of the market, and the 360-degree hinge allows for great versatility, allowing for the device to be used as a tablet, bringing further functionality.

Today we are giving you a quick overview of the Dell Latitude 13 5320 (2-in-1).

The Dell Latitude 13 5320 (2-in-1) is available with a starting price of 1,069$

Dell Latitude 13 5320: Full Specs


The design is very traditional with a metallic finish. There is the classic Dell branding in the center of the lid, which Dell states features 21% bioplastics from trees, reducing the carbon footprint of the laptop significantly. The build materials, we assume, include metal for the base and lid, with the bioplastics mainly used for the LCD Cover lid. Once you open the lid you are greeted by a great-looking screen with thin bezels and a Gorilla Glass finish for the display, which has anti-glare properties, allowing you to work anywhere without a problem.

The laptop’s 360-degree hinge allows for great versatility, and the fact that the device weighs only 1.3 kg should make it comfortable enough for consumers to use for a prolonged time without major fatigue.


The display that Dell has chosen for the Dell Latitude 13 5320 (2-in-1) is a 13.3-inch Full HD IPS touchscreen panel, with a maximum brightness of 400 nits. The panel has decently thin bezels and on top of it, you get an HD Webcam with a dedicated privacy shutter, which is becoming mandatory at this point, considering the worldwide situation that is happening right now.

Specifications and features

The specifications are chosen very well here, with this portable convertible getting the best CPUs when it comes to a great combination of performance and power efficiency. Yes, we are talking about the Tiger Lake architecture, which has proven to be one of, if not the best for small and portable devices. The CPU choices are multiple, with there being options for the less needy consumers, which would very much prefer the Core i3-1125G4 configuration. For the true performance geeks, you can get the laptop with up to a Core i7-1185G7.

All of the Tiger Lake processors come with Intel’s new Iris Xe Graphics, which offer enough performance for watching videos and movies and can even handle some light gaming, something that is out of the question with the old UHD Graphics from Intel.

The device comes with some great features some of which include the AI Dell Optimizer, which can relocate system resources to improve the performance in heavy tasks. Being a laptop oriented towards the business market, security is of high importance. For that, Dell has implemented their ExpressSign-in, which can detect when you are in your room and automatically lock and unlock your device. The Intelligent Audio software can enhance the audio quality and reduce background noise to give you a great conference experience from the comfort of your own home.

All Dell Latitude 13 5320 (2-in-1) configurations:

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