While lacking an active digitizer, Dell’s E4200 and E4300 ultra-portable laptops offer a lot of functionality to the mobile warrior: ON, which allows bi-directional access to Microsoft Exchange data without booting up your laptop. Both laptops also feature totally redesigned keyboards that are back-lit.
The E4200 features a 12.1″ screen and is only available with either 64 or 128 GB SSD drives. The CD / DVD is modular. No webcam, but mobile broadband is an option. Up to 5 GB of RAM. Processor choices are from 1.2 to 1.4 ghz ( SU9300 – SU9400 ULV). Starting weight of 2.2 lbs. The E4200 starts at $2048.
The E4300 features a 13.3″ screen with harddrive choices of 5400 rpm, 7200 rpm, and 64 GB SSD. The CD / DVD drive is fixed. Either a webcam or mobile broadband. Up to 8 GB of RAM. Processor choices are 2.26 – 2.4 ghz (SP9300 – SP9400). Starting weight of 3.3 lbs. The E4300 starts at $1749.
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