Dell offers a range of various devices for businesses. Among others, 10 inch netbooks, as well as larger business notebooks with 15 and 16 inch screens. The Dell Latitude E4310 is something in between with a diagonal of 34 centimeters (13.3 inch). However, it vies with the somewhat larger Dell Latitude E6410 notebook notebook that has a 14.1 inch screen in its dossier.

Only few modifications have been made on the E4310. Thus, the basic qualities of its predecessor, Latitude E4300, are quickly rediscovered. The configuration includes a fast Intel Core i5 processor and installed Intel GMA HD graphics, numerous communication options and security features.

This comprehensive bundle, paired with high-end manufacturing, has its price: The subnotebook can be obtained for starting at 1339 euros plus value added tax and shipping. Our test device, with an advanced configuration without UMTS module, costs about 1804 euros excl. tax (incl. tax: 2150 euros). The 3 year warranty with onsite service for the next business day is cordial.

We will likely find the “old” Core i processors in the business field for a while in view of the latest Sandy Bridge defects – despite the fact that Dell already has the new Latitude models in the pipeline. When the Latitude notebooks’ with the new Sandy Bridge refresh models will be in retail is yet unknown

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