Dell has recently renewed its professional range with the Latitude series "E". The improvements are many compared to the previous generation including a completely new chassis announced as particularly rigid and features - often optional - that upgrading competitive. The Latitude E can receive a screen with backlight LED brightness sensor, a backlit keyboard, modem HSPDA, etc. At the technological level, the range is of course based on the platform "Centrino 2" and Dell announced an autonomy quite impressive despite the presence of a NVIDIA Quadro NVS 160m. There is therefore a lot of things to check with our Dell Latitude E6400 high-end.
The Latitude E6400 is thoughtfully designed not just for looks, but to survive a long day on the job. With premium magnesium alloy construction, longer-lasting paint finishes and robust metal hinges, the new Latitude E6400 is more durable than ever. Work more comfortably with a precision-tuned keyboard that offers stronger key durability and optional backlighting. Roam the halls in style with our sleeker, slimmer profile that was inspired by feedback from thousands of users just like you.
From the first minutes of ownership, the Latitude E6400 mark a clear break with the previous generation (e.g. D620): Exit painted plastics and medium rigid. The Latitude E6400 inspires quality and rigidity. In fact, it is not inspired by: it's solid! The opening of the screen is done by a central button that leaves an impression somewhat mixed. But the hinges are exemplary. They are firm and wish to maintain the screen perfectly in place. No game to mourn, not the slightest oscillation of the screen and they maintain strict slab regardless of the opening angle (limited to 160°).