Dell Latitude 11 5000 2-in-1

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  1. HJK

    HJK Scribbler - Standard Member

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    Too bad I didn't get into this forum earlier.
    If you're still looking, I would highly recommend the Latitude over the Venue Pro. Of course the Latitude has a more powerful and more recent processor, but the big difference is the pen. The Wacom pen that the Latitude uses is much better than the Synaptics pens that the Venue 11 Pro models are compatible. I highly recommend buying the HP pen that is compatible with the Latitude 11--I can look up the exact model pen if that will help.

    Also, the Venue 11 Pro will not be compatible with any of the Latitude 11 accessories. The Latitude 11, however, is fully compatible with the old Venue 11 Pro accessories. So, for example, if you want to try out the backlit keyboard (with the pen that docks in the keyboard) for the Latitude 11, you can't use that on the Venue 11 Pro. If, however, you find you prefer the Venue 11 Pro battery keyboard, you can still use that with the Latitude 11.

    Also, the simple fact that the Latitude 11 is a more recent model makes it a safer gamble when compared with the Venue 11 Pro. A random Latitude 11 on eBay is newer and therefore more likely to still be in better shape with a healthier battery than a random Venue 11 Pro on eBay.

    Hope this helps.
     
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  2. HoHoHo

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    The 5175 is still a good machine since it has a m3 processor. The most important thing is that the device should have 8GB RAM. do not buy a 4GB RAM version.

    But the 5175 has one big disadvantage. It is really heavy. For this reason I do not use the 5175 not that often anymore since I own a Surface Go and a Surface Go 2. The SG and SG2 are smaller and not that heavy.
     
  3. HJK

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    I have the m5 model.
     
  4. X-Sonic

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    Guys, does anyone here got the message "tpm device is not detected"? Do you know if we have the TPM on the model 5175? Thanks...
     
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    Hi there, i am looking to buy a refurb 5179 (I live in Europe) and i would like to know if my existing chargers can work OK with the tablet:

    Anker PowerPort Atom III (2 Ports)
    • Total Wattage : 60W
    • Input : 100 - 240V ~ 1.8A 50 - 60Hz
    • PIQ 3.0 (USB-C Port) : 5V ⎓ 2.4A / 9V ⎓ 3A / 15V ⎓ 3A / 20V ⎓ 2.25A (Up to 45W)
    • PIQ 2.0 (USB-A Port) : 5V ⎓ 2.4A / 9V ⎓ 1.66A / 12V ⎓ 1.25A
    Baseus 100W GaN2 Pro Quick Charger
    • Input
      AC100V-240V-,50/60Hz,2.5AMaX
      Type-C1/Type-C2 50V=3.0A(15.0WI
    • Output
      90V=3.0A(270W,
      120V=30A(360W),
      150V=30A(450W],
      20.0V=50A(100.0W〕
      USB1/USB2
      50V=3.0A(150W,
    • Output
      90V=3.0A(27.0W,
      120V=3.0A(360W
      20.0V=3.0A(60.0W
    • Type-C1+Type-C265.0W+30.0W/30.0W+650W
    • Output
      USB1+USB2
      5.0V/30A15W
    • Output
      Type-C1/Type-C2+ 65.0W+300W
      USB1/USB2 Output
      Type-C1+Type-C2+60.0W+20.0W+18.0W
      USB1/USB2 Output
      Type-C1+Type-C2+60.0W+20.0W+15.0W
      USB1+USB2 Output

    Thanks in advance!
     
  6. Steve S

    Steve S Pen Pro - Senior Member Super Moderator

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    <<...i would like to know if my existing chargers can work OK with the tablet...>>

    @md1032 : If the specs that I am looking at are correct, the 5179 requires only 30W from its AC adapter. Unfortunately, the DC volts and amps aren't listed, but Dell computers that I have owned in the past typically require ~19V to 20V at some appropriate amperage. Assuming that, your Anker recharger looks adequate (USB-C port). I'm not quite sure how to decode your Baseus recharger, but again the 20V / 3A output should be adequate.

    Modern computers and chargers typically do a "hand shake" at initial connection and the charger adjusts its output to match the computer. Both of your chargers have this feature based on the way you have described their capabilities, so you should be good to go...
     
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  7. HJK

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    I don't know the technicals, but I do know that my 5179 and 5175s do not play well with most USB-C chargers. I would suggest searching for a one made for the Latitude 11 pro. They aren't pricey.
     
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