Dell Latitude E6420 Price List June, 2021 & Specs in Philippines
Top Selling in Laptops
Price List by Country for Dell Latitude E6420
|Screen Resolution||1366 x 768pixels|
|RAM Type||DDR3 SDRAM|
|Optical Disc Drive||DVD Drive|
Reviewed on 2012-06-01
A descendent of the impressive original Latitude XFR D630 and the more recent Latitude E6400 XFR, Dell introduced the updated and improved Latitude E6420 XFR in June of 2011. This latest rough-and-tough model keeps Dell in the competitive rugged notebo...Read more >
Reviewed on 2012-06-01
When affixed to a Dell notebook, the letters "ATG" stand for "All Terrain Grade" and at Dell that means semi-rugged. The Dell Latitude E6420 ATG discussed on this page was introduced in June of 2011 as a tech upgrade to the prior E6400 ATG. This latest...Read more >
Reviewed on 2012-03-15
Very stable chassis, Protected ports, Extremely bright, matt screen, Very quiet and cool, High application performance with SSD, User-friendly interface positioning, Large selection of communication modules, Large range of services, Typing-friendly input...
High weight, No number pad, No DisplayPort / USB 3.0 directly on device, Viewing angle dependency on the vertical plane
The technical specs are rather unexciting at first glance: Core i5 2520M and Intel HD Graphics 3000 for over EUR 2,000. These innards are already available for EUR 700 in the business sector (e. g. HP HP ProBook 5330m LG719EA). An argument for the high pr...Read more >
Reviewed on 2012-02-06
Businessrugged build quality, Good overall performance, Lots of options, including multitouch display, Impressive audio performance, Stays cool,
Price is high as configured, USB 3.0 not included, Lackluster display,
The E6420 has one heat exhaust vent on the left side and two exhaust openings on the bottom center. We ran a graphics benchmark to find out how hot the notebook gets when it's being exerted, and found that the notebook ...Read more >
Reviewed on 2012-01-24
Blazingly fast performance; 64bit OS; rugged.
A little bulky, though that's understandable.
S Finally, we tested the ATG for shock, which consists of dropping it against every one of its surfaces (top and bottom, sides, all corners) onto two inches of plywood sitting over concrete. The distance of the drops increases until you get to 48 inch...Read more >
Reviewed on 2012-01-12
Ultra-rugged design. Core i7 CPU and SSD combo makes for speedy performance. Bluetooth helps connects your wireless peripherals. WiMAX will help keep you connected wherever your work takes you. Backlit keyboard.
Pricey. Laptop gets hot
Most consumers and business people have a vast number of choices when it comes to laptops. But when your work requires a certain level of security to protect the data within, there are far fewer options available. Dell has manufactured such a laptop, a sp...Read more >
Reviewed on 2011-11-16
Semi-rugged construction inside and out, Fast Intel Core i7 processor, Almost nine hours of battery life, Adjustable backlit keyboard,
Heavy and unwieldy, Expensive,
The Dell Latitude E6420-ATG ($3,348 direct) business laptop is built like a tank, designed to venture where other laptops fear to tread. From its semi-rugged construction to its beefy second-generation Intel Core i7 processor, this laptop is made to ta...Read more >
Reviewed on 2011-07-29
Blazing fast performance; good form factor; huge LCD screen.
Bit pricey, though ultimately worth it.
This visual flair is driven by an Nvidia NVS chipset. The graphics package has 512M of DDR 3 and is designed specifically to take advantage of and work with the dual-core processor. The end result is that whether you are a computer-aided design guy,...Read more >
Reviewed on 2011-06-30
Rugged design, Fantastic performance, Fast boot time, Very long battery life
Expensive, Some trouble with water spill test, Bottom runs a little hot, Below-average Wi-Fi scores
If the Dell Latitude E6420 ATG seems familiar, it should. It's the semi-rugged version of the business-centric , which has a stylish, durable design and a great keyboard. Dell has built on those strengths by beefing up the system's durability and rugge...Read more >
Reviewed on 2011-06-06
Excellent durability, Good battery life, Fantastic expansion options (modular bay),
Expensive, Heavy like a magnesium alloy brick, Difficult to upgrade (lots of screws),
The Dell Latitude E6420 ATG handles the heat from internal components pretty well even when the notebook is under considerable stress. The heavy-contact areas like the palm rests, touchpad and bottom of the notebook rem...Read more >
Reviewed on 2011-04-18
Revamped design is nice. Sturdy frame. Wide selection of Intel processors. Backlit keyboard. Great typing experience. Soft mouse buttons. Excellent battery life. Higher-resolution available.
Very heavy for a 14-inch laptop. Pointing stick is stiff.
Latitude-branded laptops are dedicated to the most demanding businesses and largest enterprises for a reason: They're fully loaded, with a world of options to choose from. For instance, the Dell Latitude E6420 ($1,788 direct), the company's latest 14-i...Read more >
Reviewed on 2011-04-17
Stylish, durable design, Great keyboard, Long battery life with nine-cell battery
Somewhat heavy, Not much software
Dell's Latitude line has long been a favorite of businesses large and small because of its strong performance, good pricing, and long battery life. With the new 14-inch Latitude E6420, Dell has added a strong dose of style and durability to this tried ...Read more >
Reviewed on 2011-04-13
Incredibly Sturdy Case, High-Quality Metallic Design, Very Good Craftsmanship and Excellent Feel, Conveniently Placed Ports, Many Options for Internet Access Available, Comprehensive Warranty, Comfortable Input Devices, Backlit Keyboard, Bright Display, V...
No Displayport or USB3.0 Ports, Low Screen Contrast, Limited Vertical Viewing Angles, High GPU Temperature Possible
J. Simon Leitner (translated by Daniel Rechitsky), 04/13/2011 Although it has practically died out in the consumer notebook sector, the compact 14" format is still one of the most popular styles of business notebooks. The Dell Latitude E6420 has some...Read more >
Reviewed on 2011-07-11
Performance, Build quality, Keyboard
Lacks USB 3.0, Could use more features, 64-bit Windows has to be specified
The Dell Latitude E6420 is a commercial laptop with strong build quality and good user comfort. It's a 14in model, which we think offers a good mix of user friendliness and mobility, however, at 2.4kg it is a little on the heavy side. The specific mod...Read more >