Dell's business-minded Latitude notebooks have always been more about function than form, but the Latitude D manages to pack some decent specs into a package that's both small and attractive, making this ultraportable the smallest notebook that Dell currently offers. With almost a full workday's worth of battery life, the Latitude D stands up admirably to other similarly configured systems in its price range, such as the Lenovo V This 1. VAT it's a solid choice for business users who need power and portability at the same time. The charcoal-and-silver case is appropriately conservative-looking; measuring 30cm wide, 22cm deep
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Dell's business-minded Latitude notebooks have always been more about function than form, but the Latitude D manages to pack some decent specs into a package that's both small and attractive, making this ultraportable the smallest notebook that Dell currently offers. With almost a full workday's worth of battery life, the Latitude D stands up admirably to other similarly configured systems in its price range, such as the Lenovo V This 1. VAT it's a solid choice for business users who need power and portability at the same time.
The charcoal-and-silver case is appropriately conservative-looking; measuring 30cm wide, 22cm deep The almost all-metal construction gives the Latitude D a reassuring sturdiness, and the system feels like it could stand up to the rigours of regular travel. Like most notebooks of its size, the Latitude D's wide-aspect The small screen at that resolution makes for some potentially hard-to-read text, but we didn't have any trouble with basic Web surfing or word processing.
The display's crispness partially makes up for the loss of impact that comes from a smaller display. Although it's not the brightest notebook screen we've seen, it was easy to see in a brightly lit office environment. Despite the overall compact feel of the Latitude D, Dell manages to cram a full-size keyboard into the case, leaving no oddly placed or hard-to-hit small keys. Both a pointer and a touchpad are included, catering to both major schools of notebook pointer control.
There are also two sets of left and right mouse buttons, one pair above the touch pad and one below it. You can set up the touchpad for horizontal or vertical scrolling -- a must for navigating long Web pages or documents. Video output is limited to a basic VGA connection. For networking, there's Ethernet, modem and Being an ultraportable system, there's no internal optical drive, but Dell offers a variety of optical drive options.
For such a small system, our Latitude D review unit offered a decent set of components, including a 1. Graphics are provided by Intel's Mobile Express GM chipset, which should be fine for office use and occasional media viewing.
Intel GMA Dynamic Video Memory Technology 3. Speaker, microphone. High Definition Audio. Gigabit Ethernet. Core Duo. ITU V. SD Memory Card. Yes SD Card. Dell Latitude.
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Dell Latitude D420
The specs for Latitude D comes in these configurations with a retail price tag. This Dell Laptop can take up to 1. This full-featured mainstream Laptop enhances the previous generation Dell models with the chipsets and new levels of customization. Get the best experience on your Dell Latitude D Laptop with improved performance, make it easy to create a home network and share all of your favorite items. The specs of Laptop shows full configuration information. The Latitude D is designed for users who require maximum performance in a mainstream Laptop. Even with its form factor design, the Latitude D doesn't skimp on performance offering the ideal blend of power and efficiency.
Review Dell Latitude D420 Notebook
The Dell D is one of the smallest and most mobile notebooks of the current Dell product lines. In the contrary to its competitors, Dell equipped the D with a WXGA display, which clearly contributes to the overview on the 12 inch display. The U Core Duo processors combines good performance and low energy demand. The D with the recognizable decent form and color design is representative for the Dell Inspiron business line. However, the word color is not really appropriate, you should rather call it gray levels. The purpose of this simple and durable design is to avoid too much diversity in companies in order to deliver new notebooks without stirring up enviousness.
Dell Latitude D420 Review (pics, specs)
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