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Dell Latitude E6220

alaTest has collected and analyzed 37 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the build quality and keyboard. The portability and performance are also mentioned favorably, but some have doubts about the connectivity and screen.

battery, performance, portability, keyboard, build quality

value for money, screen, connectivity

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Laptops the Dell Latitude E6220 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 86/100 = Very good quality.

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Dell Latitude E6220 Laptop Review

 

Portable Workhorse. Dell demonstrated a prerelease model of the L

backlit, properly-sized keyboard; blazing fast SSD; good battery life (w/ 6 cell battery); great performance-to-size ratio

screen lid scratches and smudges easily; no USB 3.0; preinstalled bloatware; bluish uncalibrated display

The two closest laptops to this model are the HP EliteBook 2560p and the Lenovo ThinkPad x220.

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Dell Latitude E6220

 

The Dell Latitude E6220 probably isn't for you, unless you're a business traveler who needs something more rugged than a MacBook Air, has a nearly infinite budget, and requires TPM or vPro.

The Dell Latitude E6220 has got a sturdy build, a compact design, and fast performance for its size.

An outdated design, a ridiculously high price for what it offers, and the endless stream of nickel-and-dime add-ons are enough to drive any business traveler to a MacBook Air.

Despite its semirugged construction, the Dell Latitude E6220 feels dated, especially for a small 12-inch laptop, and it's painfully expensive, even for its very limited target audience.

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Dell Latitude E6220 Review: A Solid, Fast Corporate Ultraportable Laptop

 

Though not particularly svelte or eye-catching, the Dell Latitude E6220 fits the bill perfectly for a corporate ultraportable laptop. It's fast, it has state-of-the-art components, and it has the warranty and service options that large businesses...

Excellent battery life ; Very good performer

Not cheap ; Heavy for an ultraportable

Though pricey for a 12.5-inch laptop, this ultraportable delivers in performance and battery life.

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Dell Latitude E6220

 

The Dell Latitude E6220 is a business-friendly 12.5-inch ultraportable laptop that has excellent performance and above average battery life. It has a 128GB solid-state hard drive, an Intel Core i5 CPU and 4GB of RAM, which provides an excellent...

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Dell Latitude E6220 Advanced review

 

An expensive business laptop

Powerful Core i7 processor ; Respectable battery life ; SSD ; SIM card slot

Battery sticks out ; Only two USB 2.0 ports ; Just 4GB RAM ; Only 128GB storage

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Dell Latitude E6220 review

 

Though not particularly svelte or eye-catching, the Dell Latitude E6220 fits the bill perfectly for a corporate ultraportable laptop. It's fast, it has state-of-the-art components, and it has the warranty and service options that large businesses...

Though pricey for a 12.5-inch laptop, this ultraportable delivers in performance and battery life.

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Dell Latitude E6220

 

Dell's tiny Latitude E6220 is a power-packed workhorse of a machine with an equally power-packed asking price.

Slim design ; Good performance ; Good battery life

It's not exactly cheap

We've been impressed with the notebooks shipping out of Dell recently — the budget-but-excellent value Vostro 3550 is a good example. At an asking price north of two thousand dollars at the time of writing the Latitude E6220 doesn't entirely sit in...

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Dell Latitude E6220 12.5in Core i7 notebook

 

Review 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...

Compared to Ultrabook's like the 11.6in Asus UX21E Zenbook [3] costing £850, the speedier Dell Latitude E6220 is pricey, but it is a very different beast. The base version of this laptop starts at £1066 but it has an Core i3 CPU and no SSD. While no...

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Dell Latitude E6220 review

 

Though not particularly svelte or eye-catching, the Dell Latitude E6220 fits the bill perfectly for a corporate ultraportable laptop. It's fast, it has state-of-the-art components, and it has the warranty and service options that large businesses...

The Dell Latitude E6220 is a great performer with good battery life and all the support and warranty options necessary for a fleet rollout. It's sturdily constructed, it's up to snuff technology-wise, and overall it's a well designed and well conceived...

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Dell Latitude E6220

 

Dell's tiny Latitude E6220 is a power-packed workhorse of a machine with an equally power-packed asking price.

Slim design ; Good performance ; Good battery life

It's not exactly cheap

We've been impressed with the notebooks shipping out of Dell recently — the budget-but-excellent value Vostro 3550 is a good example. At an asking price north of two thousand dollars at the time of writing the Latitude E6220 doesn't entirely sit in...

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