DELL LATITUDE E6220 NOTEBOOK INTEL WIFI DRIVER PC
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Keyboard and Touchpad The Latitude E's backlit, spill-resistant keyboard provides one of the best typing experiences we've had on a notebook. The traditional-style keys have a comfortable rubberized surface that's slightly concave, making it easy to feel Dell Latitude E6220 Notebook Intel WiFi boundaries between keys and stay anchored to the home row. Better still, the keys offer a high level of tactile feedback that reminded us of the industry-leading keyboard on the ThinkPad X1. Though we wish it were deep enough to support our full wrists, the soft-touch palmrest was very comfortable.
We were able to achieve a strong score of 92 words per minute with a zero percent error rate on the Ten Thumbs Typing tutor test, far better than our typical 80 wpm and 1 percent score. Navigating around the desktop was a breeze as the pointer moved at just the right pace and never jumped or got stuck.
Multitouch gestures were smooth, too, including pinch-to-zoom, rotation, three finger flicking through photos and pushing three fingers up to minimize windows or launch a program. The Dell Touchpad software provides an attractive interface for configuring touchpad sensitivity and turning specific gestures on and off. Display and Audio The x When we watched a p YouTube trailer for "The Avengers", colors such as the Black Widow's red hair and Captain America's blue costume appeared vibrant and the edges of objects seemed particularly crisp. Colors stayed true at up to 45 degrees to the left or right, but became a little washed out at 90 degrees. Measuring a moderate lux on our light meter, the screen was noticeably brigher than the HP Folio 13's lux. In an ultraportable notebook market filled with tinny speakers, the Dell Latitude E stands out by offering sound that's Dell Latitude E6220 Notebook Intel WiFi and rich enough to compete with an inexpensive bookshelf stereo.
Better still, the max volume was loud enough to not only fill our living room but could be heard clearly in an adjacent bedroom. However, when we tried playing guitar-heavy rock tunes such as Dio's "Rainbow in the Dark" or Judas Priest's "Breaking the Law," drums sounded a bit harsh and tinny until we either lowered the volume to about 80 percent or lifted the notebook off our desk. Dell does not include any special audio control software like it does with Wavemaxx on the Dell XPS line. Heat The Dell Latitude E stayed pleasantly cool throughout our tests. After streaming video for 15 minutes, we measured the touchpad at a cool 87 degrees, the keyboard at a comfy 89 degrees and the bottom at a mere 90 degrees Fahrenheit.
Dell Latitude E6220 Laptop Review
We consider temperatures below 95 degrees acceptable and those below 90 degrees barely perceptible. Considering the system's price, we'd expect a USB 3. The p webcam captures sharp images and smooth video, though low-light performance was a mixed bag in our tests.
When we shot a photo of our face under the flourescent lights of our office and at mid-afternoon in our living room with only sunlight from the window, our features appeared a bit shadowy. However, when we shot a photo in a darker sitting, with a light source several feet behind us, our face appeared much brighter and more colorful.
A video call on Skype was extremely smooth though our skin tone appeared a bit too red. Dell's webcam central control software offers a face-tracking feature that did not work properly; it zoomed in on a photograph on the wall behind us rather than our face. Performance With its 2. Whether we were playing a p movie trailer, executing a massive spreadsheet formula or transcoding video files, the system proved speedy.
On PCMark 07, a synthetic benchmark that measures overall performance, the Latitude E scored a strong 4, That showing is nearly double the 2, ultraportable notebook category average and the 2, offered by the Core i5-powered HP EliteBook p. However, both the ThinkPad and EliteBook we tested had mechanical hard drives. That's a rate of The Latitude E can transcode video with the best notebooks around. The exceptions to this rule, however, are the power connector and the Ethernet jack, which are placed on either side of the battery on the rear edge of the case. However, some minor faults: Most peripherals that would have used an ExpressCard connection have since migrated to USB, making this slot redundant at best, and useless at worst.
This could be problematic when the E is used with a wired connection, as sudden movements of Dell Latitude E6220 Notebook Intel WiFi laptop could damage the 8P8C connector of the Ethernet cable.
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On the other hand, there is quite a bit more space on the left rear corner of the laptop, next to the power connector, which is where Dell could have placed it. Get drivers and downloads for your Dell Latitude E Download and install the latest drivers, firmware and software. The inch Dell Latitude E combines a fantastic keyboard, stellar sound, Continuous Web surfing over wireless until battery drained.
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