Summary: Excellent computer for CAD design beginners. My son is using this laptop for school architecture projects, it is fast to deploy CAD files and display large amount of graphics very clear and quick than others.
I use this laptop as my personal laptop and never have had a failure yet
27 March 2014
Summary: This is a business laptop with a dedicated video card. I will not buy any other line of laptops. It is very dependable more so than others in this class. I may be a little thicker then the others, But that is is because it is built to withstand the life of business people.
Summary: i have had the computer for more than a year, running windows7. what i love most about this computer is that i can keep the charger plugged in over night and it automatically knows when the battery is full, the performance is good as well, virtual machines run fast on it, it comes with a good sized hard drive, the video card its nice, which lets you play pc games suited for ps3, the battery is pretty decent, i think this is the longest lasting pc battery that i have...
Summary: I decided to upgrade 2 laptops in my home. I am 100% linux user, so my criteria was that the machine had to work with linux, specifically a Debian based version. I chose Mint. The Dell 6510 has a lot of great features like an i7 processor, ram upgradable to 8 gigs, backlit keyboard and a nice large display. It has a legacy bios mode so you dont have to fool with the mess that is uefi, poorly thought out, and poorly implemented system to make us all 'safer'..
Summary: Great Machine, I really like the speed of the machine and have it configured with 8m memory. My son runs YouTube videos and the processor handles it well. It is a little heavy when you add the extended life battery. I love the backlit keyboard!
Summary: Dell supplied me in late 2010 with an E6510 as a warranty replacement for a Latitude D820 which kept having the Nvidia Graphics problem. Used for business, domestic and charity work for at least 5 hours most days since, it's been lugged over 30000 miles mainly on public transport and has been completely free of faults. I have not yet had to replace the battery, which I normally find necessary after average 15 months with a new laptop (say 500 charging cycles).