Refurbished Latitude 12 (5285)
Intel® Core™ i7-7600U Processor (Dual core, up to 3.9GHz, 4M cache, 15W, vPro)
12.3" 3:2 FHD 1920x1280 Touchscreen, 10-point multi-touch Display,
with Corning Gorilla Glass 4, Anti-reflective and Anti-Smudge, 340 nits
8 GB DDR4 RAM
256 GB M.2 2280 SSD PCIe STORAGE
Intel Corporation Skylake GT2 [HD Graphics 520]
Intel Dual-Band Wireless-AC 8265 Wi-Fi + BT 4.2
2 Display Port over USB Type-C™; 1 USB 3.0 (With PowerShare)
1 Noble Wedge Lock slot; 1 USD 4.0 Memory card reader
The laptop is built with a durable mobile design which is lighter and thinner giving you a classy look
No need to worry about your gadget’s security status. With Latitude you have commercial grade security and privacy features protecting you from the BIOS up.
Next generation wireless technology that allows wireless connections with other wireless devices.
The Latitude 5285 2 features a high-quality magnesium-alloy casing and superb build quality. Torsional rigidity is excellent with very minor flex and next to no creaking no matter what forces are applied. The upper half of the back features the familiar, slightly rubberized finish which Dell uses for other models in the Latitude-series. The kickstand, which measures 29.2 x 10.4 cm takes up the lower half of the real estate on the back and consists of a solid sheet of brushed metal. The stand is very resilient as well, so the unit is rock solid when propped up either on its own or when connected to the detachable keyboard.
Given that this is essentially a tablet, the connectivity options are decent: Dell Latitude 5285 features a single USB 3.1 Gen 1 port with PowerShare and two USB Type-C ports, which can also be used as Display Ports with an appropriate adapter (not included). When the 2-in-1 is connected to an outlet, one of these two ports will be occupied by the charger cable, which is also USB Type-C.
The Intel Dual-Band Wireless-AC 8265 WLAN module supports 2.4 and 5 GHz networks and comes with Bluetooth 4.2. With wireless speeds of 446 MBit/s and 312 MBit/s when connected to our test router Linksys EA8500 (one meter from the test system), the module doesn't even come close to the theoretical maximum of 867 MB/s. Other notebooks with the same adapter - for example the recently reviewed Latitude 7480 - perform significantly better (50+ %); the older Intel Dual-Band module AC-7265 in the Asus Transformer 3 Pro topped out at 685 MBit/s (sending) and 560 MBit/s (receiving) and is much faster as well. That said, the wireless stability was good with no dropouts or other issues during the review period even at large distances from the router
The Latitude 5285 is available with Intel processors ranging from the Core i3-7100U (dual-core, 2.4 GHz, 3M Cache, 15W TDP) to the Core i7-7600U (dual-core, 2.8GHz up to 3.9 GHz, 4M Cache, 15W), RAM from 4 GB to 16 GB and SSDs ranging from 128 GB (SATA) to 1 TB (PCIe NVMe). Our review convertible is equipped with the maximum of 16 GB of RAM and a 256 GB M.2 PCIe NVMe Class 40 Solid State Drive. An upgrade to a 512GB PCIe NVMe Class 40 Solid State Drive