The inch Dell Latitude E continues this rich tradition by offering strong performance, an attractive, durable metal chassis and more than 10 hours of battery life. Design and Durability Click to EnlargeThe Dell Latitude E has the same attractive gunmetal gray aluminum lid, matte chrome body and angular sides as its predecessor, the Dell Latitude E With a snazzy design that reminds us a sci-fi spaceship, the E stands out in the world of staid black-and-gray business notebooks. Click to EnlargeThe notebook has been MIL-STD G tested, which means it should be able to withstand extreme temperatures, dust and vibrations better than most notebooks. The ThinkPad T is smaller, thinner and lighter at 5.
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The inch Dell Latitude E continues this rich tradition by offering strong performance, an attractive, durable metal chassis and more than 10 hours of battery life.
Design and Durability Click to EnlargeThe Dell Latitude E has the same attractive gunmetal gray aluminum lid, matte chrome body and angular sides as its predecessor, the Dell Latitude E With a snazzy design that reminds us a sci-fi spaceship, the E stands out in the world of staid black-and-gray business notebooks.
Click to EnlargeThe notebook has been MIL-STD G tested, which means it should be able to withstand extreme temperatures, dust and vibrations better than most notebooks.
The ThinkPad T is smaller, thinner and lighter at 5. The Fujitsu LifeBook U Combine that with an very comfortable soft-touch plastic palm rest and you have one of the best typing experiences on a notebook. We were able to achieve a strong score of 92 words per minute with just a 1 percent error rate on the Ten Thumbs Typing Test, well above our 80 word-per-minute average. Even at percent, the light was not particularly bright, and it shined up from the crevices between the keys.
Pinch-to-zoom, rotate and three-finger flicks all worked smoothly. The two discrete buttons offered just the right amount of feedback.
In addition to its touchpad, the Latitude E includes another navigation option: a pointing stick between its G and H keys. If Dell wants to continue offering pointing sticks on its business notebooks, it needs to revisit this annoying design. Heat The Dell Latitude E stayed pleasantly cool throughout our tests. After 15 minutes of streaming a video at full screen, the touchpad measured just 80 degrees, the keyboard was a mere 82 degrees and the bottom clocked in at 87 degrees Fahrenheit.
We consider temperatures below 95 degrees comfortable. Display and Audio Click to EnlargeThe x matte inch screen provided bright, sharp images and solid viewing angles, though its colors seemed muted at times. The configuration of the T we reviewed had a x display, and was rather dim at lux. When we watched p QuickTime trailers for both "The Avengers" and "The Expendables 2," most images stayed true at greater than 45 degrees, though dark scenes occasionally washed out.
In both cases, the maximum volume was barely loud enough to fill a room. Click to EnlargeThe 1. However, colors were bland and our face appeared shadowed, even when we were sitting in a well-lit room. Performance With its 2. On PCMark 07, a synthetic benchmark that measures overall system performance, the E scored an impressive 4,, nearly double the 2, thin-and-light notebook category average. On 3DMark11, a synthetic benchmark that measures overall graphics prowess, the E scored a solid , which is just a little below the category average.
Still, when we played "World of Warcraft" at default settings, the Latitude E provided a good frame rate of 53 fps. Battery Life Click to EnlargeWith its optional 9-cell battery installed, the Dell Latitude E lasted a very strong 10 hours and 37 minutes, more than 4 hours longer than the 6 hour and 33 minute thin-and-light notebook category average.
However, the Lenovo ThinkPad T lasted a whopping 13 hours and 25 minutes with its 9-cell battery attached. Fortunately, Dell. Software Click to EnlargeDell includes its standard set of utilities, including Dell Webcam central for snapping photos and videos with the camera, Dell Touchpad for configuring the pointing devices and Dell Backup and Recovery Manager.
Dell backs the Latitude E with a three-year warranty on parts and labor, more than you get by default with competitors like Lenovo. You can also add accidental damage protection, on-site service or more years of coverage. Users may want to consider the similarly-priced inch ThinkPad T , which has an even better keyboard and pointing stick and offers 3 hours of more endurance with its 9-cell battery.
However, if you want a great-looking business system that packs plenty of power, the Latitude E is one of your best choices.
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