Buy Dell Latitude E7440 Core i5 4th Gen Refurbished Laptop

The Dell Latitude e7440 is a slick business Ultrabook with speedy performance and a full HD touch screen, but it could use a little more endurance.


Attractive and durable design

Soft-touch palm rest

Colorful touch-screen display

High-quality audio


Keyboard flexes

Below-average battery life

Refurbished Laptop Dell Latitude E7440 i5 4th Generation

Dell Latitude E7440 i5 4th Generation

Get excellent performance and productivity wherever with a fashionable and fun laptop at just 20,449 INR. The second-hand Dell Laptop Latitude e7440 i5 4th generation is a versatile device that can be used for both personal and professional purposes. It features high-quality components, including USB connections, and was designed for heavy usage.

With a Core i5 processor, 8 GB of RAM, and 256 GB of hard drive, the Dell latitude e7440 i5 4th generation Series is a high-performing laptop with a solid shell to provide optimum longevity. The Dell refurbished laptops are the best option for intensive usage and efficient high performance because of their extended battery life. The best budget laptop for daily use is the Dell refurbished laptop latitude e7440 i5 4th generation.

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Original Price – 34,619 INR

Dell Latitude e7440 Refurbished Laptop price – 16,000 INR

Dell Latitude E7440 Details

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Bluetooth Bluetooth 4.0
Brand Dell
CPU 1.9-GHz Intel Core i5-4300U processor
Card Slots SD memory reader, Smart Card
Display Size 14
Graphics Card Intel Integrated HD 4400
Hard Drive Size 256GB
Hard Drive Type SSD Drive
Native Resolution 1920x1080
Operating System Windows 8 Professional
Ports (excluding USB) Lock Slot, Ethernet, Combo Headphone/Mic Jack, Smart Card Reader, Mini DisplayPort, MicroUSB
Size 12.2 x 8.3 x .79 inches
USB Ports 3
Warranty/Support 3-year basic hardware services
Weight 3.9 pounds
Wi-Fi 802.11ac


Starting at INR 34,619, our INR 16,000 14-inch Dell Latitude e7440 sports a fourth-generation Core i5-4300U processor. It has a full HD 1080p touch-screen display and a 256GB SSD for speedy performance.


The Latitude e7440's display can fold all the way back, enabling it to lie flat when not in use. The notebook's lid is made of a sturdy soft-touch carbon fiber material that reminds us of the Kevlar back on Droid phones. It weighs 3.9 pounds and is slightly lighter than the ThinkPad T440s.


 Dell Latitude E7440 Laptop

The Dell Latitude 7440's 14-inch 1920 x 1080 glossy touchscreen produced vivid colors, but it's not the brightest in its class. The display registered 238 lux on our light meter, beating the Toshiba Tecra Z40's matte display (169 lux) and the thin-and-light notebook category average (209 lux).


The Dell Latitude 7440's bottom-mounted speakers produce boisterous audio for a notebook of its size. At 88 decibels, the E7440 scored higher on the LAPTOP Audio Test than the Toshiba Tecra Z40 or Acer Travelmate P345. It also scored higher than the Lenovo ThinkPad T440s and the thin-and-light notebook category average (82dB).


The traditional backlit keyboard felt somewhat flimsy while typing. Key travel was fairly deep, but shallower than the Dell Latitude 6430u's island-style keyboard. Using the Latitude e7440, we only managed 57 words per minute during the Ten Thumbs Typing Test. This is much lower than our personal average speed of about 75 words a minute.

Touchpad And Pointing Stick

The Dell Latitude 7440's touchpad is smooth and responsive to gestures such as two-finger scrolling and pinch-to-zoom. The pointing stick located in the center of the keyboard is a reliable alternative to the touchpad. The rubberized grip makes it easy to manipulate the cursor without having to take your fingers away from the keyboard.


The Dell Latitude e7440 notebook has all the ports you need, including a SmartCard reader and an SD Card slot. On the back, you'll find a power jack, HDMI, two more USB 3.0 slots, a mini DisplayPort, and Ethernet. Dell has also included a docking connector on the bottom of the notebook.


The Latitude 7440's touchpad registered 78 degrees Fahrenheit, while the area between the G & H keys hit 86 degrees. Side-mounted vents keep the notebook cool under pressure. After streaming the video on Hulu, the underside reached 90 degrees Fahrenheit - lower than the 95-degree threshold for discomfort.


We found the wireless docking station provided by Dell to be much less reliable than a wired dock for connecting laptops to external displays.


Click to enlarge Dell Latitude 7440's 720p camera takes colorful yet grainy images.

When we captured a self-portrait, our faces looked blurry and pixelated.

At least the red hair color shown in the image looked true.


The Dell Latitude e7440 has a 1.9-GHz Intel Core i5-4300U processor with 4GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD. The notebook scored 4,544 on PCMark 7, which is higher than the 3,493 thin-and-light category average. It only took 14 seconds to load Windows 8 Pro, twice as fast as the 28-second average.


The Dell Latitude 7440 scored 801 in the 3DMark11 benchmark, which is lower than the 968 thin-and-light laptop category average. The Acer TravelMate P645 scored the highest with 1,783, but it benefits from a discrete ATI HD 8750M graphics chip. When playing "World of Warcraft" at the laptop's native resolution on auto settings, the E7440 mustered an unplayable 23 frames per second.

Battery Life

The Dell Latitude 7440s doesn't have the staying power of other business Ultrabooks. During the LAPTOP Battery Test, the notebook's 4-cell 45 Whr battery lasted 5 hours and 52 minutes. You'll have to pay $276 for Dell's 9-cell 97Whr battery slice to get extra battery life.


The Latitude 7000 line doesn't come with an option for a fingerprint or SmartCard reader. Additional security and encryption software are available for an additional cost. Both the Lenovo ThinkPad T440s and Toshiba Tecra Z40 have offered biometric security configurations since launch.

Software And Warranty

The Dell Latitude e7440 is mostly a blank slate out of the box but includes some of its own first-party tools. Dell Digital Delivery is the company's platform for purchasing software, and Dell Power Manager monitors your system's battery. See how Dell fared in our Tech Support Showdown and Best & Worst Brands report.


Dell's Latitude e7440 laptop starts at $999 for Windows 7 with a license for Windows 8. The most expensive configuration has a 1.9-GHz Intel Core i5-4300U processor and a 256GB solid-state drive. It also features a smaller 3-cell 34 Whr battery and 802.11n single-band Wi-Fi.


The Dell Latitude e7440 is a business Ultrabook that offers solid Haswell performance and a rich full HD touch screen. The Tri-Metal chassis is built to handle the bumps, bruises, and extreme temperatures that come with being on the road. Overall, we prefer the Lenovo ThinkPad T440s, which offers a better keyboard and longer battery life.