If you are in the market for a portable computer, that is suitable for design work, you are rarely going to look for a business notebook. However, the Latitude 13 7390 has a lot of perks that would be of your interest. First, the security features, then the performance and its astonishing battery life, however, what would catch your attention is the display.
It is bright enough, has a great contrast ratio and it doesn’t use harmful PWM to adjust its brightness levels. Despite that, its default settings are aimed at cold, not very accurate colors. Here is where our Gaming and Web design profile comes to help. The first thing it does to your screen is to warm the temperature of the whites to reach the 6500K standard for sRGB. Next, it brings the color accuracy from a dE of 3.9 down to 0.7, which is way into the standard territory. Moreover, the maximum dE goes down even further – from 8.2 to 1.8.
You can find the Gaming and Web design profile, as well as the other intriguing profiles for the Dell Latitude 13 7390 here: https://laptopmedia.com/review/dell-latitude-13-7390-review-a-customizable-business-companion/#buy-our-profiles