The flier included in the local paper shows Dell’s new push into the nearly 24-hour battery life game. For a reasonable $879 (after $265 instant savings), you can type all day and close to all night with the new Latitude E6400. While hearing of the E6400’s release isn’t new, Dell’s approach towards 24-hour battery life seems to be rivaling that of HP. Competition into the realm of all day computing is a good thing as prices will ultimately begin to fall and battery life technology will continue to improve.
The E6400’s specs include:
- Intel Core 2 Duo Processor
- Windows Vista Home Basic
- Newer design that is more durable and designed for mobility
- Keyboard with optional backlit blue LED lighting
- 14.1 LED Display
- Enhanced battery life of up to 19 hours with optional slice
Check out the new Dell E-Catalog for details and high-res photos.
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