Dell Latitude 9510 2-in-1 Review: A 5G 15-inch Convertible That Isn't Huge Or Unwieldy
The most distinguishing features of the Latitude 9510 2-in-1 are its extraordinarily long runtimes, 5G-enabled wireless, metal chassis, and ease of handling especially for a 15-inch convertible. These attributes make it fit for travelers who want something larger than the typical 13-inch or 14-inch business subnotebook like the HP EliteBook x360 1040 or Lenovo X1 Carbon without sacrificing too much in the way of portability and weight in the process. It’s still heavier and larger than the aforementioned HP or Lenovo, but it’s definitely smaller than any 15.6-inch convertible for a comfortable middle-ground solution.
As featured-packed as it may be, there are still a couple of options missing. The lack of a webcam shutter for the convertible model is strange especially for a series that focuses so much on security. Additionally, a 1000-nit panel option would help put the system on par with the HP EliteBook x360 series in terms of outdoor viewability.
Users intending to run long and demanding loads should look elsewhere. CPU performance drops sharply after just a few minutes of extreme processing loads and the lack of any Ryzen or additional GPU options will become obvious after running graphics-intensive tasks. The system runs very quietly and with long battery life as result, but the middling processor performance is the price to pay.
Versatile for almost all your in-office and out-of-office needs.. so long as your needs don’t involve intensive processing loads. The uncommon 15.0-inch screen size works well for a convertible form factor to be both larger than 14-inch subnotebooks and yet smaller and more portable than the common 15.6-inch alternatives.