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DELL LATITUDE E6430 LAPTOP OVERVIEW
A compact laptop designed for durability
DELL LATITUDE E6430
DELL LATITUDE E6430 line of productivity-oriented laptops have long been popular with the business crowd because they provide a strong combination of performance and endurance with an added dose of style to boot. The 14-inch dell latitude e6430 drivers continues this rich tradition by offering strong performance, an attractive, durable metal chassis and more than 10 hours of battery life.
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DELL LATITUDE E6430 SPECIFICATION
The Dell Latitude E6430 has the same attractive gunmetal gray aluminum lid, matte chrome body and angular sides as its predecessor, the Dell Latitude E6420. With a snazzy design that reminds us a sci-fi spaceship, the dell latitude e6430 ram upgrade stands out in the world of staid black-and-gray business notebooks.
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Dell Latitude E6430 Laptop
There are only two preconfigured Latitude E6430s models on Dell’s UK website — but, as ever, you can customise your choice quite extensively. Our £1,209 (ex. VAT) review unit is the entry-level configuration, based on a 2.6GHz quad-core Intel Core i5-3320M processor. An additional £92 gets you a 2.8GHz Core i5-3360M, while the top-end 2.9GHz Core i7-3520M will set you back another £227.
Our review unit came with 4GB of DDR3 RAM, which you can upgrade to 6GB for £55 or 8GB for £87. The standard 4GB is perfectly respectable, but a RAM upgrade is almost always the most cost-effective way to give your system a performance boost. The operating system is Windows 7 Professsional 64-bit.
Since it’s designed as a portable business workhorse, it’s no surprise to find that the E6430s has integrated graphics — in the shape of Intel’s dell latitude e6430 i7 HD Graphics 4000 — rather than a discrete GPU. If you’re planning to do any serious after-work gaming you might want to look elsewhere, as Intel’s HD Graphics is the only GPU on offer.
Storage in our review unit dell e6430 i5 was a 500GB Seagate Momentus hard drive spinning at 7,200rpm. A hybrid 500GB drive with 8GB of flash storage costs £18 extra and looks well worth considering, while security-conscious buyers may want to look at the 320GB FIPS- and Opal-compliant encrypted hard drive, which is a £23 option. SSD options start at £77 for 128GB, rising to £260 for a self-encrypting £256GB Opal-compliant drive. Traditional hard disks, which top out at 750GB capacity, benefit from improved protection in the latest Latitude range, with a shock absorber, an accelerometer that initiates head parking and rubber isolation for the drive.
Our review unit had an optical drive in the media bay on the right-hand side. If this is surplus to requirements, you can replace it with alternatives including an additional 3-cell battery, a second hard drive and a module with extra USB 3.0 ports.
For wireless connectivity there’s dual-band Wi-Fi (802.11a/b/g/n) and Bluetooth 4.0, plus wired Gigabit Ethernet.
There’s a reasonable selection of ports and slots dotted around the system. On the left, from the back, there’s a VGA port, a microphone/headphone combo jack and a smartcard reader. The right-hand side, again from the back, has a USB/eSATA combo port, a USB 3.0 port, the optical drive and a 34mm ExpressCard slot. Above the optical drive is a hardware switch for the wireless radios. In a neat touch, the ExpressCard spacer doubles as a small ruler, and also lists various unit conversions.
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