Summary: Handled laptop. Robust laptops are called for on the construction site or terrain. The semi-rugged Latitude is off-road capable without looking like a tank. Will it become the multipurpose weapon for the technician on the move?
Pros: Very stable chassis, Protected ports, Extremely bright, matt screen, Very quiet and cool, High application performance with SSD, User-friendly interface positioning, Large selection of communication modules, Large range of services, Typing-friendly input devices, Backlit keyboard, Configuration a...
Cons: High weight, No number pad, No DisplayPort / USB 3.0 directly on device, Viewing angle dependency on the vertical plane
Summary: The Dell Latitude E6420 ATG is a semi-rugged laptop that offers exceptional power and battery life and a more durable design than your typical business machine. However, at $3,012, this notebook is quite expensive.
Summary: The Dell Latitude E6420 has a lot going for it: stylish looks, a great keyboard, epic battery life, and solid performance. Our $1,361 review configuration is a bit expensive for what it offers.
Summary: Ever Popular. Although it has practically died out in the consumer notebook sector, the compact 14" format is still one of the most popular styles of business notebooks. The Dell Latitude E6420 has some big shoes to fill in taking the reins from its successful predecessor, the E6410.
Pros: Incredibly Sturdy Case, High-Quality Metallic Design, Very Good Craftsmanship and Excellent Feel, Conveniently Placed Ports, Many Options for Internet Access Available, Comprehensive Warranty, Comfortable Input Devices, Backlit Keyboard, Bright Display, Very Customizable, Long Battery Life Possib...
Cons: No Displayport or USB3.0 Ports, Low Screen Contrast, Limited Vertical Viewing Angles, High GPU Temperature Possible, USB 3.0 port and a Displayport. This would be a good way to distinguish it from the less expensive E5420.
Summary: The Dell Latitude E6420 ATG is described as a 'business-rugged' laptop and although we wouldn't recommend that you throw it around the boardroom you can be fairly confident that it'll withstand a bit of rough treatment.
Dell Latitude E6420 review: A well built 15.6in laptop with good speed, but it could use more features for the price
Good Gear Guide.au
15 November 2011
Summary: The Latitude E6420 is a well built business machine with good performance. However, it could use a few more standard features for the price (such as USB 3.0) and we also wish that Dell supplied both the 32-bit and 64-bit Windows 7 versions in the recovery image.
Pros: Performance, Build quality, Keyboard
Cons: Lacks USB 3.0, Could use more features, 64-bit Windows has to be specified
Summary: The Dell Latitude E6420 is a good, if slightly odd laptop. It's fast with plenty of ports, a reasonably comfortable set of input devices and a lengthy warranty. It also has surprisingly good battery life, even though it's relatively heavy.
Dell Latitude E6420: za vyšší pracovní produktivitou (test)
19 September 2014
Excerpt: Čtrnáctipalcový Latitude se pyšní bleskovým procesorem s 8 GB RAM a hlavně 256GB SSD. To vše je zabalené v odolném šasi splňujícím vojenské normy, zaštítěno zárukou ProSupport a hlavně řadou bezpečnostních řešení. Notebook má i pěknou dokovací stanici.
Dell Latitude E6420 ATG – рамный ноутбук для понимающих
5 August 2013
Excerpt: Обычно о компьютерной технике пишут, когда она совсем-совсем новая. Сошла железка с конвейера, доехала до России и сразу попала в руки автора обзора, который непременно заснимет процесс извлечения из упаковки и упомянет о неповторимом аромате новой техники.