Dell Latitude E6400 Laptop - 19 hours of battery life

Saturday, May 23, 2009 Leave a Comment

Dell's new laptop, the Latitude E6400 features dramatic improvements in performance, durability and security. According to Dell, "the new design of the Latitude E6400 and E6500 combines stunning style and thoughtful details: robust hinges and latches, a bright screen, and a precision-tuned keyboard which is accurate, comfortable, and comes available with a backlit option. The new Mainstream laptops also incorporate smaller docks and peripherals which enable a seamless transition from on-the-move to desktop computing."

The 14 inch Latitude E6400 laptop provides up to 19 hours of battery life configured with solid state drive, Mobile Intel GMA 4500MHD graphics, 9-cell primary battery and 12-cell slice battery.
The laptop is powered by Intel's Core2Duo 2.8 GigaHertz processor with upto 8 GigaBytes of expandable memory. The laptops weighs 1.95 Kgs with a 4-cell battery.

Latitude E6400 Specifications:
CPU: Intel T9600 2.8GHz (6MB L2 Cache) Core2Duo
RAM: upto 8 GB DDR2 800MHz
  • Solid State Hard Drive up to 64GB
  • 7200RPM Free Fall Sensor Hard Drive up to 250GB
  • 5400RPM Encrypted Hard Drive up to 120GB
  • 5400RPM up to 250GB
  • Nvidia Quadro NVS 160M1 256MB DDR2
  • Mobile Intel GMA 4500MHD
Weight: 1.95 Kgs (with 4-cell battery)
Screen size:
  • 14.1 inch UltraSharp Widescreen WXGA+ (1440x900) LED Display
  • 14.1 inch Widescreen WXGA (1280x800) Display
Other Features: DVD burner, card reader, 1 Gbps Ethernet, Wi-Fi a/g/n, HSDPA mini-card, fingerprint reader (optional), bluetooth, integrated camera, IEEE port, eSATA port.
Price: n/a

[Source: Dell]


  • cheap computers said:  

    i think solid State is a hard drive where the storage is stored on flash memory rather than a mechanical device. Solid State hard drives are much much faster in every way than traditional hard drives