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Review Dell Latitude E6330 Notebook
A Tough Companion. "Full power for professional use in a light and compact notebook" is what Dell aims to offer with the Latitude E6330. This is the 13.3-inch model equipped with a current Ivy Bridge processor and (optionally) a 500GB HDD.
The Latitude Laptops from Dell are directed at business customers who value power, durability and scalability. Earlier, we tested the smallest and lightest member of the Latitude E family, the E6230. Now we want to put the 13.3-inch model in the spotlight. Latitude E series models also come in 14-inch (E6430) and 15.6-inch (E6530 - test coming soon) sizes.
With its design and business orientation, the Dell Latitude E6330 is going very much against the current trend of Ultrabooks. At the moment there is very little direct competition, such as the LifeBook S792 from Fujitsu.
As usual with Dell, the customers have extensive configuration options to make use of. Our E6330 test model is fitted out with a Core i5-3340M CPU, an integrated Graphics 4000 graphics chip, 8GB of RAM and a 500GB HDD. If individual components you want are not available through the online configurator, it could help to order via telephone, since the options here are normally more varied.
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