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Dell Latitude E6410


$950.00 Released March, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Reliable operation for daily work use. Battery life is good, lasts a long time between charges. Solid metal construction doesn't flex, feels sturdy and durable.

The Cons:HDMI connector needs a proprietary adapter. Paint on either side (the speaker grills) chips easily. No numeric pad.

The Latitude E6410 is  Dell's top of the line 14.1'' business laptop. It's design remains largely identical to the E6400 with the same magnesium alloy body but it has been updated with the latest components including Intel Core i7 and LED displays.

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As usual Dell offers a range of options to suit the buyer's needs, from high performance parts such as solid state drives, high capacity (9 cell) batteries, and up to 8GB of memory, to basic options such as standard hard disk drives and Core i5 processors, the E6410 is suitable for basic business needs and power users looking for a portable desktop replacement. It comes with a range of security options such as smartcard reader, fingerprint reader, and hard drives with full encryption options. The E6410's optical drive is removable and can instead be replaced with the optional weight saver module. The optional NVIDIA's Quadro NVS 3100M graphics card is suitable for users who frequently deals with 2D graphics such as statistical diagrams. The Laitude E series is available with a range of accessories such as docks and extended batteries. 

Features / Specifications

  • Intel Core i7 and i5 options (2.4 - 2.66 GHz)
  • Windows 7 Professional / Home Premium / Ultimate (32/64 bit)
  • 14.1'' LED Screen (Up to 1440x900)
  • Up to 8GB DDR3 RAM
  • 500GB 7200rpm hard drive (Full Encryption and SSD optional)
  • DVD-ROM (DVD+/-RW, Blu-Ray optional)
  • Intel HD Graphics (Quadro NVS 3100M optional)
  • Intel Centrino Ultimate-N 6300 802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi card
  • WiMax and WWAN module options available
  • Dell Wireless 375 Bluetooth V3.0
  • Steel Reinforced Cable Lock Slots
  • TPM1.2, Smartcard, and Fingerprint Reader
  • 6 in 1 card reader, PCMCIA and Express Card 54
  • 4.26lbs (with 4-cell battery)
  • 4x USB2.0, 1x USB/eSATA combo, VGA out, Displayport out, IEEE 1394
  • 4/6/9 Cell Battery Options

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Pros
  • 3

    reliable operation for daily work use

  • 3

    battery life is good, lasts a long time between charges

  • 3

    solid metal construction doesn't flex, feels sturdy and durable

  • 2

    keyboard is backlit for use in darkened rooms

  • 2

    performance vs. cost is hard to beat

  • 1

    good balance in the weight for travel and portability

  • 1

    4 USB ports

  • 1

    eSATA/USB port

  • 1

    DVD-RW

  • 1

    Provided Dell Power Options to stop battery charging

  • 1

    Onboard speaker volume control +/-/mute

  • 1

    WLAN manual switch

Cons
  • 1

    HDMI connector needs a proprietary adapter

  • 1

    paint on either side (the speaker grills) chips easily

  • 1

    No numeric pad

  • 0

    colors on the screen get somewhat washed out in a well lit environment

  • -1

    wireless adapter sometimes needs to be switched off/on to find a connection

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Anonymous: #dell_latitude_e6410 My company gave me an E6400 and my first impression was "nice!" Solid metal, comfortable keyboard, effective track pad. I found the whole setup natural. Nice, high-performance laptop. Mar 2, 11
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