|The Dell Latitude E6320 notebook is ready to move with you. HD LED display and its Intel Core standard processing, the Latitude E6320 delivers lightweight yet full perform-ing productivity the Latitude E6320 is equipped with a spill-resistant keyboard.
|Build and Design
|Dell Latitude E6320 this business-rugged laptop is stylishly armored top to bottom on the outside with a hard-wearing MIL-STD 810G tested Tri-Metal™ casing, a highly durable anodized aluminum display back, a tough powder-coated base and reinforced metal hinges a protective LCD seal and a 360 degree LCD bumper for added screen protection that can outlast the bumps and spills of everyday work.
|Ports and Features
|The Latitude E6320 isn’t port-heavy, but it has what you need in a business laptop: one USB 2.0 port, one USB 2.0/eSATA combo port, an ExpressCard reader, a SmartCard reader, an SD Card reader, a combination microphone/headphone jack, a gigabit ethernet port, and a Kensington lock slot. It also has two different display connectors (VGA and Mini HDMI), as well as a docking connector.
|The Dell Latitude E6320 13.3-inch matte display with a resolution of 1366×768 pixels. This resolution is common for notebooks of this size built-in HD webcam is capable of both pictures and recordings of up to 720p (1280×800) with better than expected quality. The camera is fast and smooth, even when at its maximum resolution.
|Keyboard and Touchpad
|Dell Latitude E6320 the laptop, which is much more attractive than the svelte yet boring exterior. The wrist rest is a soft, rubbery black, and a thin orange sliver surrounds the keyboard. The laptop also has two pointing devices: a touchpad (simple, black, and with two discrete mouse buttons), and a rubbery pointing stick (with three of its own discrete mouse buttons). On the right side of the keyboard are volume-up, volume-down, and mute buttons.the backlit keyboard has regular-style keys, but each is slightly raised, higher than the thin border around it. This design gives the keyboard a semi-Chiclet look; it also means that the key faces are smaller than they’d normally be on a regular keyboard. This shape makes typing more difficult, and the keyboard feels cramped.