Summary: Seems like a pretty good deal for the money... if you are looking for an i5 processor, and want to run something other than Win 8. This computer will be used for web browsing, email and light graphics creation... and some basic office tasks... for which it seems quite suitable. I wouldn't try to do games on this, unless they were pretty simple. But again, for the money, it is a pretty good deal.
Summary: This is a great laptop, and I liked it a lot. It's a powerhorse, with an i7 processor under the hood. Even though it's almost four years old, it still performs very well. It has 4 CPUs, each of which are powerful 2.7 GHz. It has a full sized keyboard and a full-sized number pad. I've been using this for years, but just recently realized that the keys light up when I press Fn+Right. I only have a couple complaints. First, it's very weighty.
Summary: This is the third Dell laptop my work has provided me over the past 6.5 years and it is the best one so far in terms of simple functionality, plus it has the bells and whistles like and HD display, HDMI out, integrated number pad, and multiple USB ports. The battery life has been decent, nothing spectacular, but with the brightness turned down the battery has lasted as long as four hours or so.
Summary: Good notebook, not so great battery life. Purchased this for my company to use but realized that the battery drained too fast for prolonged meetings. Other than that its a pretty good notebook. Fast processing speed helps run some programs easily. Definitely need a higher capacity battery.
Summary: This model, the E6520 is a dramatic improvement over the E6510, which was the previous version of this model. The E6500 and E6510 were so badly designed, compared to the competition, that I had given up on Dell laptops and moved to HP's Elitebook 8560p. Dell must too have released that they were falling behind and have now caught back up with the E6520.
DELL Latitude E6520 mit mattem Full HD-Display & Tastaturbeleuchtung!
25 September 2012
Summary: Liebe Leute von cyberport, wenn Ihr ein Notebook anbietet, was innerhin €1.649 kostet, kann ich als Kunde erwarten, dass mir im Jahr 2012 nicht ein Notebook geliefert wird, dass im 300er WLAN mit max. 65 MBit unterwegs ist. Das ist nicht mehr zeitgemäß. Und wenn Dell eine DW 1501 Wireless-N WLAN einbaut, die auf 65 MBit limitiert ist, sollte Cyberport als korrekter Händler im Angebot darauf hinweisen und Alternativen anbieten.