Dell 3390 2-in-1 Device Review

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Looking for a simple, neat, and affordable laptop that will fit your budget? Dell 3390 2-in-1 is a great option!

The Dell Latitude 3390 2-in-1, like most Dell laptops, offers a classic black design with the silver Dell emblem embedded within the center of the plastic chassis. The laptop can modulate 360-degrees and be used in tablet mode. The 3390 comes with multiple ports for headset/mic combo jack, SD 3.0 Memory card reader, USB 3.1 Gen 1 (Type A), USB Type C (Power delivery & DisplayPort support), USB 2.0, HDMI 1.4, and a Noble Wedge Lock slot. It has a 13.3″ FHD (1920 x 1080) Anti-Glare, Embedded Touch, WVA, IR Camera & Microphone, WLAN Capable display with dual-core 2.7-GHz Intel i3-7130U processor, 8GB of RAM and 256GB SSD that gives more than enough justification for its price.

The Latitude 3390 has a nice-looking 13.3-inch display. The vibrant picture provides high contrast and color saturation. It offers great screen brightness that makes it visible in darker environments which makes it perfect for use in the classroom. The display supports 10 touch points, but pen input is a no-go since the Latitude 3390 lacks a digitizer.

All-in-all the Dell 3390 2-in-1 Latitude performs well for its price. You can protect your investment in the Dell 3390 2-in-1 with a rugged Gumdrop Case. Gumdrop’s DropTech Dell Latitude 3390 Case is a shock-resistant combination of thick silicone bumper skin and rigid polycarbonate casing for Dell’s new 2-in-1 tech. The case features asset tag and embellishment friendly top and bottom and lightweight, 2-piece construction that is simple to install onto the device. Dual material construction (PC & TPU) allows for easy asset management and prevents sliding on desk and countertops. The case is charge cart friendly and tested to Prop 65 standards. Gumdrop cases come with a 3-year warranty as well.

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