This is Lisa from Mobile Tech Review. This is the Dell Latitude 5491, which might be assuming that it replaces the 5490. This laptop is interesting for both teenagers and business professionals. Unlike other business laptops, this laptop features a 45 watt up to 6 core mobile workstation CPU instead of the usual ultrabook 15 watt quad-core CPUs. It is relatively thin and light, measuring under an inch thick and weighing 1.65 kilograms. Despite its lightweight design, it is powerful with Intel Coffee-like CPUs. Starting at $1000, this laptop is on the expensive side, but its specifications justify the price. The configuration comes with a Core i5, 3GB of DDR4 2666MHz RAM, and a 500GB 7200RPM hard drive. Display options include a 1366x768 or 1920x1080 resolution, both with or without touch support. The display is bright and glare is well-controlled. The configuration can be customized with a Core i7, 16GB of RAM, and a 512GB NVMe SSD for around $2200. The graphics consist of either Intel UHD 630 integrated graphics or Nvidia Optimus with Nvidia MX 130 dedicated graphics, which is suitable for video editing but not for gaming. The laptop features Thunderbolt 3 ports, Gigabit Ethernet, USB 3.1 ports, HDMI, an SD card slot, a smart card reader, and optional Windows Hello IR camera for enhanced security. The keyboard and trackpad are of high quality, providing a comfortable typing experience. Overall, this laptop is a unique and expensive choice for those in need of a powerful CPU in a compact package.