Dell's latitude e6220 is a typical workhorse, designed to be solid, dependable and ever so slightly boring. However, dell is aiming this compact model more at small businesses rather than large organisations. And the increasing numbers of people who, like myself, are self-employed. A touch of style and being just 1in thin and with a 12.5in display are the giveaways here.
On test is the e6220 featuring an intel 2.7ghz core i7-2620m cpu, 4gb of ram and a 320gb hdd. There are three usb 2.0 slots (including one esata combo) and usb 3.0 is available as an option. Other options include a backlit keyboard and fingerprint reader. It also has hdmi and vga ports for video-out, plus a mic/headphone combo socket. There's an sd card slot and an express34 card interface too. Quite a decent array of ports for a laptop of this size, but you do go without an optical drive.
The display resolution is 1366 x 768 and it is housed in a rigid lid, that shows no signs of flexing. It all feels solidly built an
Processor: Intel Core i5,
Display Size: 13" / 13.3"