Summary: A total revamp of Dell's ubiquitous business laptop line, the Latitude E6400 offers Intel's latest Centrino 2 mobile platform and introduces a brushed-metal design that works at home or office, but the real highlight here is the long battery life.
Pros: Sharp new design; tons of business-friendly features; highly configurable; excellent battery.
Summary: Priced at $1,463, the Dell Latitude E6400 is a durable and secure notebook that offers snappy performance and plenty of endurance. And thanks to Dell's redesign, this is one sleek business notebook you'll want to be seen carrying. Power users will want to upgrade to discrete graphics, and we wish the touchpad were bigger, but overall the E6400 is an very good choice.
Pros: Top-notch security and durability, Eye-catching design, Long endurance with nine-cell battery, Can charge gadgets via USB with system off, Intuitive ControlPoint software
Summary: This notebook ticks pretty much every box: style, speed, connectivity (including Gigabit Ethernet, Bluetooth and 802.11a/g/n Wi-Fi) and usability. It packs in plenty of business-friendly features, including a smartcard reader and a fingerprint scanner. It isn't cheap, but if you're after a business notebook and aren't in the market for an ultraportable the Latitude E6400 may well be worth it. Besides, Accounts will pay for it right?
Pros: Performance, usability, looks great, excellent screen, chock-full of cool features
Cons: Heats up, no ExpressCard slot, may inspire insane jealousy among others
Pros: Compact, solide behuizing, Goede afwerking en hoge-kwaliteits Haptik, Vele verbindings mogelijkheden, Vele beveiligings- en communicatie mogelijkheden, Helder scherm geschikt voor buiten., Verdraagbare hitte- en geluidsniveaus tijdens kantoor-modus, Zeer goede batterijduur, met uitbredingsmogelijkheden
Cons: Touchpad-toetsen wat ongewennig, Het contrast en de kijkhoek stabiliteit van het scherm zijn gemiddeld.