It's that time of the week again, where we showcase a review submitted by a member on our forums. Remember that we consider all reviews that are submitted here. Who knows, your review might make the front page next week!
This week we share a review of jwoodfin09's new Dell Latitude E6410 laptop.
The Latitude E6410 is one of the latest in the Latitude E-Series from Dell. The Latitude line, for those who do not know, is designed for people in business, government, and education. The business class of laptops from PC manufacturers tend to be more durable and better built. So what is the Latitude E6410 about, and how good is it?
The Latitude E6410 is housed in what Dell calls their TriMetal casing. You can definitely feel the difference when you touch this laptop. It feels sturdy, not cheap, like consumer laptops tend to do. The hinges on the screen are reinforced, which prevents the screen from bending too much when you open and close the laptop. Here's another benefit of the Latitude E-Series: All batteries and AC Adapters are interchangeable, meaning an E6410 laptop can use a battery from say, a Latitude E4300. This is done on purpose to give companies more flexibility.
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