A sleek metal body, 150 degree rotating metal kickstand with infinite positions, a 12.3” display compatible with pen and touch, an accessory Type Cover… no, it’s not Microsoft Surface Pro 4 or 5, but Dell’s Latitude 5285. It looks like a matte black Surface Pro 4, and that’s not a bad thing, and it has the spec updates we expect to see in Surface Pro 5- Intel 7th generation Kaby Lake dual core 15 watt CPUs, two USB-C 3.1 Gen. 1 ports and fast charging.
The Latitude 5285 is just a few ounces heavier and a millimeter thicker than Surface Pro 4, and it packs not only the same design but the little extras like magnetic pen attachment and a magnetic pogo pin connector for the keyboard. The 5285 starts at $899 and the prices mostly mirror Surface Pro 4 prices as the configurations go up. The two higher end configs include the pen and keyboard, while they’re both separate purchases for the lower end offerings.
The 2-in-1 Windows 10 convertible tablet has a 1920 x 1280 IPS display with 3:2 aspect ratio like Surface Pro 4, albeit at a lower resolution. It’s available with Intel Core i5 and Core i7 CPUs, 4/8/16 GB DDR3LP RAM and there are a variety of SSDs to choose from.
The active pen uses Wacom AES technology with 2,048 levels of pressure sensitivity. It’s Dell part number PN557W. other Wacom AES pens work too, including that sold for the XPS 13 2-in-1.
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I got Surface book 512 GB SSD,16 GB ram with performance base Bought it used (for 400 CAD, made an amazing deal) and I have dell latitude 5285, 256 GB,16 GB RAM and I Bought used one for 900 bucks. I like the Surface book except the larger battery is in the base.
This laptop has lnfo.help/dellLatitude?ѽㅖ SD/SDHC/SDXC Card Reader, USB 3.1 Type-C, USB 3.0 Type-A, HDMI, VGA 802.11ac + Bluetooth 4.2, Gigabit Ethernet Port, Trusted Platform Module (TPM) Security Chip.
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I guess no one cares about comparing products. It's the same like people are paying extra money for an iPhone. The reason is simple, trust. The Surface Pro is now in the 6th generation, same proven design. When other manufactures throw their products in it attracts more the people who have 1. no idea what they are buying or 2. know what they are buying and don't care.
Surface is a popular brand, it stands for 2:1 tablet/laptop. Everything else is always called a clone. Like the iPhone, Android phones are mostly called clones of the iPhone. Fun fact many reviewers call the iPad Pro an Surface Clone.
So I personally think it doesn't matter which manufacturer produces 2:1s, the Surface will be bought.
It´s funny how it looks like a Surface clone, when Dell was one of the first ones to make Windows tablets PC, and their Venue Pro and Latitudes models had a really distinct design (and you could take them apart ancd change a few things, not like this ones).
she doesnt know about the auto kickstand
I have the honor 8
a want buy it
Can I use its keyboard dock for dell xps 12.5 4K convertible????
some like me have display issues with the SP4. One blogger on MS suggested that the problem with heat dissipation on the video chip. Has MobileTechReview looked at this?
So why, if the price is the same, would I go for the Dell Latitude instead of a Surface pro? There are so many of these videos, claiming different 2 in 1s are Surface Pro competitors, but really why would I buy a copycat when I can get the original for the same price?
I am not watching this for no smack down with surface pro I want to see the specs of the Dell
You can take the Dell apart and replace the battery. This warrants the purchase over the surface pro
Is the Latitude 5285 touchscreen?
Heya Lisa, wondering if you'll be working on a review for the new 5290 2-in-1? 😀
Please show how the microSD card slot works, with an actual card, next time. Thanks for all the work. XO
If you give me the thickness in millimeters, why do you give me the weight in ounces ? Be consistent, lady ! Also, metric system for the win !
Anyone else with a 5285 getting screen flickering or glitchy video every now and then?
I bought one today i just like it i dunno its fast smooth tablet what i didnt like it umm it get a lil hot and battery life lil short despite that its good product
See those screws around the edges at 7:45 to hold the kickstand underside back plate? I think this is more kind to extended life serviceability if one needs to get to the battery and solid state drive.
It may not look pretty, but how often is someone passing by going to look UNDER my kickstand to chase these screws? Better yet, how often am I going to look underneath the kickstand?
Handling the screws would be like handling delicate eyeglasses hinge screws. Not much force needed to torque.
I get why they did this, but why not just go all the way and make it the same size, so u have the option to use a surface keyboard.
I've been watching your reviews for a bit and didn't realize I wasn't subscribed. I think your reviews are excellent and the best on the Web!!! Keep up the great work!
I always prefer to hear about things from a balanced techie (i.e. you) rather than some sales or marketing person.
It's one of the very few tablets that can be taken apart with a screwdriver (NotebookCheck has some nice photos of disassembly if anyone's interested). Sure, you don't get as nice of a screen as with consumer tablets, but you get robustness, quality control, repairability and technical support. My Latitude E6530 at work is going strong after 5 years with zero repairs, and my Precision M4500 is like new after 6 years of rough use with some repair (replaced backlit KB and IO board) and upgrades (SSD and RAM). You don't have to be a business user to appreciate these things… I wish more consumers cared about them when shopping for electronics, then we would see less throwaway glued designs and would't have to choose between business products with unnecessary features and consumer products that break 1 month after 1-year warranty period is over.
I hate kickstands…
Too expensive, bezels are too huge, the price is ridiculous, and it runs too hot. Pass!
Last year Dell put 2 thunderbolt 3 ports in their even thinner, core M processor powered E7275, therefore it is definitely not the thermo management that put DELL off. It is rather its targeting market which is for employees rather than employers.
Hi, I love your reviews. They are very detailed. Please do a comparison between X1thinkpad yoga vs elitebook X360 G2 vs Latitude Surface pro 5
The Surface line is meant to be a reference design and MS encourages companies to rip them off. Its about licensing of software. Thank you for the review.
You need to stop freeze-framing your B-roll, it does not work very well.
do this dell support egpu?
Hi. Amazing review as always. Please do a review on Dell Latitude 7285. Looking forward to it….
Hi there…. could you review the Samsung Galaxy Book 10.6 in please
can you also review Lenovo Miix 720? no one seems to be keen to review it. But it's one of the best surface pro alternatives
can you compare it to lenovo miix 720 & acer switch 5? please 🙂
please suggest me a convertible laptop that is best for paint and sketching.
Can you open it an replace the hard drive?
it would be helpful if u could do a product review for Dell Inspiron 7560..
As ever, the best and most comprehensive reviews ever. But as always, have to say that anyone who understands art, anatomy and design, light and shade, and proportion, will cringe as much as i do, when you get your pen out and show us your 'Art'. Its the worst drawring skills i have ever seen ever. it does no justice to the apps used to draw them with. We should focus on the things we do well, and those things we dont do well, we shold not show to other people. Remember the Vogon in Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy reading his horrible Poetry to Zaphod Beeblebro Ford Prefect and Arthur Dent? Remember how they felt having to listen to it? Thats how we feel when you show us your 'Art' – Sorry to be truthful, as i dont mean to offend, and i think you are the best mobile tech reviewer in the world, but your art sucks