[Specs, Info, and Prices] Dell Latitude 13 5320: a compact and powerful business laptop

Dell has multiple lineups which are business-oriented and today we will talk about one of their more popular ones. The Latitude brand is there to supplement the huge corporate, education, and healthcare industry, which especially now are in dire need of laptops and devices.

Their Dell Latitude 13 5320 is an updated version of the 5310 and has some significant upgrades both visually and internally. The new device comes with Tiger Lake, which offers plenty of power at a drastically lower TDP.

Today we are giving you a quick overview of the Dell Latitude 13 5320.

The Dell latitude 13 5320 is available with a starting price of 1069$.

Dell Latitude 13 5320 – Full Specs


The laptop has a really industrial design which reminds us a lot of a MacBook. There are sharp edges on the lid and the base, which make it look very sleek, sophisticated, and stylish. The material imitates metal, but we would have to get one so we could be certain about that. Dell states that they used up to 21% of bioplastics from trees but using a byproduct of papermaking. This makes the device very eco-friendly and reduces the carbon footprint. Dimensions-wise, Dell has managed to reduce the height by nearly 3 mm.


Dell has chosen a 13.3-inch Full HD IPS panel, which at this size will for sure provide an excellent picture. The panel has a maximum brightness of 400 nits which is great and the added anti-glare screen coating, as well as the Gorilla Glass, will keep it free from scratches. Blue light is also taken care of thanks to the ComfortView Plus which negates the harmful effects of blue light, while not compromising on the color accuracy.

Specifications and features

The specs are much better for 2021, with the Dell Latitude 13 5320 getting Tiger Lake treatment, with options both on the lower end, mainly the Core i3-1124G4, which offers enough power at a fairly low TDP, as well as on the higher-end, in the face of the Core i7-1165G7, which is an absolute beast. With it comes the Iris Xe Graphics, which are one of the best iGPUs that you can get right now.

I/O is very good, with two Thunderbolt 4 ports and two other two USB Type-A 3.2 Gen 1 (5 Gbps) ports. In addition to that, you get an HDMI 2.0 connector, a MicroSD card reader, a SmartCard reader, as well as the mandatory 3.5 mm audio jack.

All Dell latitude 13 5320 configurations:

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