Summary: Everything was pretty much as shown on Amazon. Initially I had some issues getting it set up and getting online. This computer must have been idle for quite some time as I had more than 150 critical updates to install once I got online. Now it's doing everything expected. I'm quite happy with compact size and portability of this laptop.
Watch for keyboard/trackpad problems and overheating issues
5 September 2014
Summary: 5 September 2014 This is a review of a used 4 y/o Dell Latitude e4310 business-class laptop, made in 2010, and the condition/functioning I received it in (anyone wanting to know its specs and features, please Google the many professional reviews on this laptop from 2010). Pros: The aluminum lid and magnesium alloy base means the exterior has remained scuff and scratch -free even after nearly 4 years of use; 1st-generation Intel Core i5 CPU easily handles today's demands;...
Summary: Great little and very fast laptop.Very dependable and easy to carry a round, very good for the business minded on the go. The E-series laptops were the best laptops that Dell made , why would you spend two or $300 at Walmart for a retail laptop with a Celeron processor when you can get a heck of a lot more laptop for cheaper price that is dockable.
Summary: No fault to the seller, they did advertised Open Office. However, it did come with an uncertified version of Microsoft Word.. which I could not get certified. I will never buy a computer that does not come with Microsoft office again. I uninstalled the uncertified version and downloaded Open Office. Though most documents convert ok, the spreadsheets are inconsistent. Otherwise, though it is kind of interesting to work with something new.