Dell’s upcoming 13.3-inch E3200 starts at 3.1lbs. It packs an LED backlit display; Centrino 2 chipset; Firewire, eSATA, 2x audio, ExpressCard 34, and at least 2x USB ports; integrated UMA graphics; DDR3 800MHz with Intel Turbo Memory 2.0; DisplayPort; and a host of security features to keep corporate IT types happy. The E4300 has a WXGA+ resolution, modular optical bay, peppier CPU options, and a choice of beefier hard disk drives instead of the 32GB or 64GB SSD restriction of the E4200.
- Above average, lightweight build
- Best keyboard, useful touchpad
- Extremely long battery life
- Subpar speaker
- Twitchy touchpad
- High priced upgrades
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