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PostSubject: Dell Latitude E6400.   Wed Oct 12, 2011 2:30 pm

If Dell抯 Vostro series is designed for the small to medium sized business on a spending budget, the Latitude series is designed for the serious corporate, who needs connectiv璱ty and reliability most importantly of all. Think of the Latitude as Dell抯 response to Lenovo抯 ThinkPad series. When you're getting started the Latitude E6400 looks very big, solid and also really boxy. It seems like Dell hewed this out of a solid hunk associated with plastic and metal. Not any, the black matt finish is fine with us, but it抯 exactly that the box-like design brings in your thoughts the oft used analogy 揵uilt just like a tank?

The lid sports activities a black, brushed aluminum finish that is certainly quite eye catching but also from a more laid back kind of manner and you抣l not really notice yourself giv璱ng it anoth璭r look over. The E6400 is produced around a magnesium alloy cage which is wonderful for longevity and even the coating around the palm rest region appears like it抯 there to final. In fact the principally metal design does boost weight a bit, even so the E6400 feels surprisingly dense; as if it would takea large amount of abuse. The screen dimension is 14. 1-inches, although this notebook is known for a rather wide bezel throughout the screen, which makes it look much larger, though not as large to provide a 15. 4-inch model.



It sports the 2x mouse button design that will Lenovo also favors additionally, the track button it really is a must for all very seriously corpo璻ate notebooks. The watch button isn抰 red nevertheless (Lenovo nee IBM patented that), but is dark; and blends in while using the keyboard. The keys themselves are well spelled out and offer a short and incredibly positive feedback. Although this wasn抰 the most beneficial laid out keypad from amongst the five notebooks we tested, the key spacing as well as beveling is ergonomic to cooperate with.

The trackpad is the best combination of grip along with comfort although we noticed tracking to be a bit of a problem. In fact this was on the list of major let downs with the E6400; the track pad will stick on occasion or will just refuse anyone with do what your kids finger commands? most annoying. The trackpoint works better and it抯 obvious to see that it isn抰 any adorn璵ent for Dell; many ThinkPad users swear because of the trackpoint and Dell implements it quite nicely. A fingerprint reader tossed in; a must for lots of corporate users as an additional security step as the idea restricts access like couple pass瓀ords can.

The screen itself is usually a matte panel; so reflections are no hassle and the resolution about 1440 x 900 pixels is absolutely perfect. We抮e tired of 1280 x 800 pixels and ultra full resolution notebooks are a no-no as well. This resolution is appropriate for the screen proportions. The LCD panel is actually LED lit; and should bring power saving benefits on top of that. In terms of configurability the E 6400 is very customizable in true Dell manner. The one we got sported a new T9400 design. This CPU is quite fast and runs within a speed of 2. 5 GHz while maintaining an impressive 6 MB of L2 cache? just the thing for someone needing more CPU performance.

It seems the E6400 ships with only 7200 RPM hard drives and that is a very good thing because the storage subsystem is usually the slowest portion of any PC or computer. SSD is also a way with the new Latitude; although costs are astronomical. In true workstation style the Latitude E6400 ships with the NVIDIA Quadro graphics method; the NVS 160M that's hardly powerful, being based around 6 stream processors but is normally way faster than Intel抯 GMA and in regards to tenth of the performance from a GeForce 9300M GS. D-Sub and S-Video connects are supplied as video outs.

This Latitude E 6400 is actually priced from Rs. 59, 000 and above; however the model we received was costs three hundred dollars Rs. 95, 000; pretty good considering the processor and graphics solution.
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