Dell Latitude E5520 review: One of the first business notebooks on the market to feature Sandy Bridge
Good Gear Guide.au
8 October 2011
Summary: With 2nd Generation Intel Core technology in its belly, the 15.6in Dell Latitude E5520 definitely has speed to burn. It's recommended for business that want to roll out fast and well-featured laptops for their workers. However, it is a heavy unit and can be a chore to carry to and from the office.
Pros: Excellent all round performance, strong build quality, backlit keyboard, plenty of connectivity, modular bay
Cons: Feels very heavy, some users may lament the lack of DisplayPort
Summary: Dell's new Latitude series is a solid business option that packs in a huge amount of value. The company is clearly adapting to the consumerisation of the business space by including features such as an HDMI port and single 3.5mm headphone/microphone jack, but still provides the support companies need.