Dell Latitude 7300 Review A Platform for Conference Room Hoppers


Dell Latitude 7300 Bundled Software

The Latitude 7300 has very little bundled software in its standard configuration. Perhaps there are only two apps from Dell that a user would be interested in. Additionally, Microsoft Office 2016 Trial offer comes preinstalled in the default image. Most corporate IT departments are going to use Windows desktop management platforms or imaging solutions for their users.

Dell SupportAssist allows updating the company’s software and drivers. It also has some diagnostic hardware scans to make sure your Dell Latitude 7300 is working in good order.



Dell Power Manager allows great detail on custom power setting that can give extra performance boosts or extend battery life for long visits away from power adapters.


We simply wanted to show these, since some corporate solutions may include them in their imaging and provisioning toolsets.

Next, let us take a look at the Dell Latitude 7300 key specifications and continue on with our performance testing.

Dell Latitude 7300 Specifications

Below is a list of the specifications of the sample we reviewed. Dell, naturally, has many different configuration options.

Dell Latitude 7300 Specifications
Dell Latitude 7300 Specifications

Overall, this is a well-equipped notebook. For the average office and web application user, this is a great solution. We did not have the mobile broadband, but the ability to support a mobile network solution in-chassis is great for road warriors.

Test Setup

For testing our Dell Latitude 7300 equipped as follows:

  • CPU: Intel Core i7-8665U (1.9GHz) 4 core / 8 threads
  • Memory: 2x 8GB 2400 MHz DDR4 (16GB Total)
  • Graphics: Intel UHD Graphics 620
  • Storage: PM981 NVMe M.2 Samsung 512GB SSD
  • OS: Windows 10 Pro

Here is a quick CPU-Z shot of the CPU:

Dell Latitude 7300 CPUz
Dell Latitude 7300 CPUz

The Intel Core i7-8665U runs with a base speed of 1.9 GHz and can Turbo up to 4.8 GHz.\

Here is a GPU-Z shot:

Dell Latitude 7300 GPUz
Dell Latitude 7300 GPU-Z

GPU-Z shows the primary stats of our Intel UHD Graphics 620. The Intel UHD Graphics 620 GPU clocks in at 300 MHz. DDR4 memory is clocked at 1200 MHz. Pixel Fillrates run at 9.2 GPixels/s, and Texture Fillrate comes in at 18.4 GTexel/s.

Let us move on and start our testing.


  1. Nice article, but when reviewing an item sold globally, the units of measurement of the international system should also appear. In this the main measures as reported by DELL US websites are:
    1. Height: Front 0.67″ (17.42mm) – Rear 0.73″ (18.45mm) | 2. Width: 12.06 “(306.50mm) | 3. Depth: 8.14” (206.95mm) | Starting Weight: 2.75lb (1.25kg).
    This will improve readability for non-US readers.

  2. Enterprise laptops exist in fleets. I wonder why enterprise reviews never include the fleet management systems for deployment, patching, security, and support.

  3. I think it would be difficult for a review site to evaluate the management systems without having hundreds or thousands of machines to test against, coupled with the fact that many companies forgo the vendor products for other mdm’s that can manage a wider array of devices.


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