Long battery life.
Solid build and durable.
Heavy for an Ultrabook.
Screen lacks touch and sports mediocre resolution.
Truly uninspired TN display with low contrast and brightness.
By PC Mag on July 30, 2013
The Dell Latitude 6430u (HD+) adds a 1,600 by 900 display to a formidable business laptop, and packs some multimedia oomph as...80
By itproportal.com on July 17, 2013
The Dell Latitude 6430u is heavier than the average Ultrabook, and doesn't have the compelling desirability of the slimmest 13in options, such as the Samsung Series 9 900X3B. But it has plenty of functionality to make up for this, with great general...90
By NotebookCheck on May 25, 2013
The HD+ version of the Dell Latitude 6430u is a well-rounded ultrabook for business professionals. Because we consider many different factors, the final score only improved by 1% to 86%. The new model doesn't have any major flaws - but adds an...86
By IT PRO on May 24, 2013
With military grade design and excellent battery life, the 6430u will satisfy the need of most business users. The only weakness is the screen. The low-quality means it's not ideal for graphical...80
By ultrabooknews.com on May 14, 2013
Some Ultrabooks focus on getting things done and although the end result is often a little on the dull side you can sense that you're moving faster than with some other laptops and Ultrabooks. The Dell Latitude 6430u is one of those Ultrabooks and...-
By OCWorkBench on May 11, 2013
Dell Latitude 6430u Ultrabook reviewBluetooth 11 May 2013 Tablets are flooding the market in different sizes and shapes. Although they cater to a new generation of users who loves apps for functionality, such Windows 8 tablets do not come with a...-
By ultrabooknews.com on April 25, 2013
The Dell Latitude 6430u is here and under my fingers. 1366×768 and a 36Wh battery is a shocking thing to be seeing on a new Ultrabook in 2013 but wait because it turns out that if you don't like that you can change it, and that's one of the...-
By PCAdvisor on April 02, 2013
Even consumers should seriously consider this ultrabook, since the entry-level configuration is more than adequate for most purposes, and the three-year warranty makes a big-box store's extended warranty unnecessary.80
By PCWorld on March 29, 2013
The Latitude 6430u is expensive, but most truly superb things are. Even consumers should seriously consider this ultrabook, since the entry-level configuration is more than adequate for most purposes, and the three-year warranty makes a big-box store’s extended warranty unnecessary.80
By pcworld.com_techhive.com on March 29, 2013
In a world of cheap-feeling merchandise, the Latitude 6430u stands apart. It's well-built, tastefully designed, and very comfortable to use. It's also fast and available with a wide variety of warranty and support options, as a good corporate...80