Keyboard offers great tactile feedback; Rich stereo sound; Blazing fast SSD; Durable design
The Dell Latitude E6220 has got a sturdy build, a compact design, and fast performance for its size.
Excellent battery life, Very good performer.
Expensive; No USB 3.0 port; Shorter battery life than competitors; Mediocre graphics performance
An outdated design, a ridiculously high price for what it offers, and the endless stream of nickel-and-dime add-ons are enough to drive any business traveler to a MacBook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.
Not cheap, Heavy for an ultraportable.
By itproportal.com on April 18, 2012
The Latitude E6220 is a quality addition to Dell's line of business laptops, and is a seriously snappy, well-featured machine. The main downsides are its size, which is slightly chunkier than you'd expect for an ultraportable class machine. The...60
By InfoWorld on March 31, 2012
If you're looking for a Windows laptop that looks like a MacBook Air, you've come to the right place. These systems are fast and full-featured, yet slim, light, and generally long on battery life. A few even sport solid-state drives, and some...80
By TechRadar on February 27, 2012
Although the focus at the consumer end of the laptop world is currently dominated by ultra-portables and Ultrabooks , business laptops such as the Dell Latitude E6220 Advanced ignore this trend, with a focus on solid performance for serious tasks. It...60
By theregister.co.uk on February 21, 2012
Compared to Ultrabook's like the 11.6in Asus UX21E Zenbook 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....80
By LaptopMag on February 20, 2012
The Dell Latitude E6220 is one of the fastest business ultraportable notebooks around with a fantastic keyboard, but you'll pay a pretty penny for its...70
By cnet on February 18, 2012
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...60
By TechReviewSource on December 22, 2011
The Dell Latitude E6220 measures 12.2 x 8.9 x 1.0-inches (wdh) and weighs 3.7-pounds with the bottom-mounted battery, which accounts for the added weight. If you wish, you can use the laptop without this additional battery, which does make it...80
By pcworld.com_techhive.com on December 20, 2011
Though pricey for a 12.5-inch laptop, this ultraportable delivers in performance and battery life. Images (click to enlarge) Dell Latitude E6220 Review: A Solid, Fast Corporate Ultraportable Laptop Dell Latitude E6220 Review, by Jon L. Jacobi...80
By NotebookCheck on November 29, 2011
In short, this subnotebook is a pricey but feature-packed powerhouse. It has all the benefits a field worker would ever desire: fast processor, plenty of RAM, ergonomic design, blazing-fast solid-state drive, and a good selection of ports and...84
By CNET Australia on August 15, 2011
Dell's tiny Latitude E6220 is a power-packed workhorse of a machine with an equally power-packed asking...79