The Dell Latitude E5410 is a 14.1-inch business notebook with an affordable $809.99 starting price. The E5410 is a step above the Vostro 1014 with a greater focus on business needs, but priced lower than the Latitude E6410. Read our full review to find out what we think of this new notebook.
Our Dell Latitude E5410 Specifications:
The Dell Latitude E5410 looks a lot like its bigger brother the E6410, but with a plastic shell instead of metal alloy. This notebook is for Dell what the lower-priced R-series ThinkPad is for Lenovo. It gives businesses another option, with a greater business focus, over the standard consumer-oriented models. From a design standpoint the E5410 looks a lot like the E6410, but with a plastic body. The design is very business, with black and grey panels, squared off edges, and a pointing stick located on the keyboard. Dell kept the look and feel almost exactly like its E6410, instead of giving it the routine of most small-business notebooks which look or feel much cheaper.
The keyboard on the Latitude E5410 is the standard style and very comfortable to type on. Dell stuck with a normal or non-Chiclet style keyboard, basically copying what they use on the higher levels of Latitude notebooks. The keys are soft-press and give off very little noise while typing. The layout includes all function keys, with an additional row for the insert, home, and pageup keys so they don't have to be wrapped along the right side of the keyboard. The keyboard also features an integral pointing-stick with a three button control directly beneath the keyboard. Generally speaking outside of the ThinkPad-series you don't really find both touchpads and pointing sticks on lower-end business notebooks.
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