|The Dell Latitude E6330 Discover real-world durability and dependability in a laptop designed for the rigors of work on the move Long lasting durability Travel with confidence knowing that the Latitude E6330 is protected. From its Tri-metal™ chassis to its enhanced hard drive isolation,the E6330 is a capable work partner.
|Build and Design
|Dell Latitude E6330 the cover features a dark gray brushed-aluminum plate, which adds a little style to the otherwise mediocre design, this aluminum plate is a fingerprint magnet. There’s a mirrored Dell logo in the center of the cover, and a matte-silver plastic border around the plate,the laptop’s interior isn’t very stylish, but it is businesslike. A thick, matte-black plastic bevel frames the matte screen.
|Ports and Features
|Dell Latitude E6330 Intel 82579LM Gigabit Network Connection (10/100/1000 MBit/s), Intel Centrino Ultimate-N 6300 AGN (a/g/n) and Dell Wireless 380 Bluetooth 4.0 the Latitude E6330 reaches the current standards for communications technology. In addition,Most users will find that this configuration will suffice. Only those who travel frequently to places with bad infrastructure will probably find themselves wishing for an RJ-11 port for an analog modem.Kensington Lock slot, RJ-45 (LAN), mini-HDMI, battery, USB 3.0, power connection ExpressCard/34, WiFi-transmitter, USB 3.0, eSATA-USB-2.0-combined
|The Latitude E6330 sports a 13.3-inch matte LED-backlit HD display with a resolution of 1366×768 pixels with LED backlighting,Business-oriented The optional builtin HD webcam, array microphones and Microsoft Unified Communications help provide optimal video conferencing. The Latitude E6330 180 degree LCD movement.
|Keyboard and Touchpad
|Dell Latitude E6330 is a laptop targeted towards students and its impressive We enjoyed typing on the Latitude comfortably spaced island-style keyboard. The keys offered adequate travel and depth, and are slightly curved for more comfortable finger placement. The 3.4 x 2-inch touchpad below the keyboard was responsive, letting us easily launch the Windows Charms menu by swiping in from the trackpad’s right edge. Two-finger scrolling and pinch-to-zoom worked well on webpages and pictures, too. We also liked the two physical buttons at the bottom of the pad, which made it easy to trigger left and right clicks.