Summary: Great laptop for the price. The screen is excellent - our kids can watch Netflix and see the picture clearly from any angle. I mainly use the laptop for browsing, MS word, publisher, and ppt. The E6500 handles those applications easily.
Summary: I thought I would take a chance on this computer. The price was right and I thought, why not? Well, on the first day when I got it set up it was making quite a bit of noise. Then when I was on the internet browsing, email and word processing the computer froze up! Next it went to a blue screen and said it didn't recognize the operating system! Oh, my! This was the reason I was getting rid of my old computer! Sadly it went back to the store that night.
Summary: A great computer for working on the go. The ease of removing its cover for RAM upgrades and service make it one that I will keep with me for some time. With an old desktop at home and 2tb of storage to load what media I want for the road, this machine is fast and friendly!
Computer vs tablet computing, the E6500 is a winner
2 March 2014
Summary: Not only sleek and stylish in appearance, the E6500 is a full featured desktop replacement. It has processing power and upgradability in a very portable package. Easy transition for anyone migrating from a desktop, the keyboard is comfortable, the trackpad responsive, and the display clear and vibrant.
Summary: With Microsoft abandoning their XP operating system I figured it was time to upgrade and secure a computer that could handle the newer operating systems and be reliable. After much searching I found that a refurbished Dell Latitude E6500 would fill that bill. Another extensive search led me to Walmart's online ordering page where I found the best deal for this model. I purchased 2, 1 for me and 1 for my wife.