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Dell Latitude 13 7000


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For full specifications see the Dell Latitude 13 7000 specifications page.

NameDell Latitude 13 7000
ProcessorIntel Core M-5Y71 (Dual Core, 1.2GHz, 4M Cache, 4.5W)
HDD128GB Mobility Solid State Drive
Optical DriveUnknown
Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 7265 802.11AC

Linux Compatibility

ProcessorNot Tested
ScreenNot Tested
HDDNot Tested
Graphics ChipNot Tested
VGA OutNot Tested
DVI OutNot Tested
HDMI OutNot Tested
Display PortNot Tested
Optical DriveNot Tested
SoundNot Tested
MicrophoneNot Tested
Headphone PortNot Tested
Microphone-In PortNot Tested
Line-In PortNot Tested
SPDIFInNot Tested
EthernetNot Tested
WirelessNot Tested
BluetoothNot Tested
WWANNot Tested
UWBNot Tested
ModemNot Tested
USBNot Tested
FirewireNot Tested
PCMCIANot Tested
Express CardNot Tested
Card ReaderNot Tested
WebcamNot Tested
ESATA PortNot Tested
Serial PortNot Tested
Parallel PortNot Tested
IRNot Tested
TV OutNot Tested
TV TunerNot Tested
KeyboardNot Tested
TouchPadNot Tested
TrackportNot Tested
Docking StationNot Tested
Fingerprint ReaderNot Tested
SmartCard InterfaceNot Tested
GPSNot Tested
Suspend/ResumeNot Tested


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Oleg Drokin, 2016/06/16 16:24

Dell Latitude 7350 (1080p screen) with Fedora 24.

System installs and works out of the box.
All hardware works.
Suspend works.
In gnome screen rotation does not work after system boot.
fwupd (if started - started by Gnome by default) - adds extra battery drain due to holding bt always open.

There are post-suspend quirks: The accelerometers lose their state and generate a steady 300 irq/sec stream that adds quite a bit of a drain on the battery.
But they actually start to work in Gnome as expected.

If you detach the screen from the keyboard and then reattach - the touchpad loses its old state and all the gestures stop working.

If suspend is not used - battery life is actually quite good. Easily into tens of hours idle with screen off, about 10 hours with screen on at 75% brightness.

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