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However, Dell has multitouch gestures turned off by default. In addition to a touchpad, the Latitude E features a pointing stick between the G and H keys.

While it was accurate, we always felt like our finger would slip from the concave, slippery nub. The slipping sensation caused us to press harder than necessary for a pointing stick. The textured, raised nubs on ThinkPads continue to be the gold standard in pointing sticks. Heat Throughout our testing, the Latitude E remained reasonably cool. After 15 minutes of streaming video from Hulu at full screen, the touchpad measured 87 degrees Fahrenheit, the keyboard measured 90 degrees, and the bottom center area measured 92 degrees. However the bottom left side of the notebook registered at a hot degrees. We deem temperatures higher than 95 degrees as uncomfortable for long-term use. Display and Audio The Latitude E features a While its brightness of nits is less than the ThinkPad X1 nitsimages were sharp with vivid colors.

Cameron Diaz's blue eyes and bright red lipstick popped during our viewing of the Bad Teacher trailer in Dell Latitude E6320 Notebook.


When we watched the Super 8 trailer, fire had bright hues of red and orange, especially during explosions. However, we did notice some slight pixelation during night scenes. Viewing angles were somewhat Dell Latitude E6320 Notebook, with colors beginning to wash out past 45 degrees horizontally. At maximum volume, the E could fill a small room, albeit with tinny audio.

Dell Latitude E6320 Review

When we listened to Kanye West's "All of the Lights," we could clearly hear the piano and Dell Latitude E6320 Notebook during the intro, but the bass line sounded slightly muted. We also noticed that sound became muffled when we placed the E in our lap due to the speakers' placement on the front lip of the laptop.


Unlike the E, which has a 2-megapixel webcam, the E comes with a 1-MP webcam. During a Skype call in an office with fluorescent lighting, we saw fuzzy images with little detail, and our caller said images had a yellow cast, despite our efforts to adjust the settings in the Webcam Central software. However, we did like that we could upload photos and images directly to PhotoBucket, YouTube, and our e-mail directly from the software. Thanks to dual mics on either side of the webcam with noise cancellation, our caller reported clear audio with little background noise.

Performance With its Dell Latitude E6320 Notebook 2. We put the E through its paces, watching a YouTube video at p with 13 tabs open in Google Chrome and eight tabs in Internet Explorer, all while running a virus scan.

Our video Dell Latitude E6320 Notebook unabated, despite all the background activity. The GB 7,rpm hard drive inside the Latitude E took a quick 51 seconds to boot up the bit version of Windows 7 Professional. However, the ThinkPad X1 posted a slightly better transfer rate of The E maintained its strong numbers during our video transcoding test.


Its 3DMark06 score of 5, blew past the thin-and-light average of 3, While playing World of Warcraft, the E notched a solid frame rate of 43 fps at x resolution on the Good setting. The above average build quality does come with some caveats, the major ones being Dell Latitude E6320 Notebook and size. Additionally, the user must use both hands when opening the monitor lid since the base portion of the notebook will inevitably lift as well. This does, however, demonstrate the quality of Dell Latitude E6320 Notebook stiff hinges as the base portion itself is certainly no featherweight. With the keyboard and monitor exposed, the feel of the surface surrounding the touchpad stands in stark contrast to the exterior.

With a moderate amount of force, very slight depressions can be made on either side of the wrist-rests, but definitely nothing major or worrisome. In fact, the notebook base holds up perfectly against any twisting and the monitor lid is almost equally as impressive.

Dell Latitude E6320 Notebook The E may not be the most visually appealing notebook in its category, but the exterior build quality is certainly noteworthy to say the least. In fact, the notebook includes at least one connection slot on each of its four sides to ensure that no one side is too cluttered. This is especially useful for left-handed users where the left side of the notebook can sometimes be too cluttered for comfortable mouse use i. Keep in mind that while the notebook includes a built-in HDMI-out, it is a mini HDMI port instead, so users may need to invest in an adapter to make use of the video port. SD card reader Right: Our review unit comes equipped with the standard WLAN and Bluetooth modules only, but users who need to stay connected while on the move can opt for the WWAN functionalities as well. Still, we would have liked a built-in USB 3.

Most users will have to lift the front of the notebook itself in order to more easily access the card reader, which is an unnecessary chore that could have been avoided if the card reader had been located on the left or right instead. Optional docking accessories abound for the E-Series because of the docking interface underneath the notebook.

Dell Latitude E Review: Strong and Capable

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