Fast/good performance, Durable magnesium/steel/aluminum construction, Good battery life (6 hours, 33 minutes).
Durable, ruggedized exterior; spillproof keyboard, Extra features for business users.
Only two USB 2.0 ports, Low screen resolution and contrast, Slower hard drive.
Battery sticks out the back, Not a multimedia machine.
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 NotebookCheck on December 27, 2011
The Latitude E6320 is a versatile business notebook at heart and delivers on its promises, at least in terms of its target demographic. That means if you’re looking for an extra lightweight notebook with minimalist designs, proper gaming abilities...86
By Notebook Review on December 08, 2011
The Dell Latitude E6320 is a solid office choice. Its main talking point is its durable construction that can protect against some liquid spills on the keyboard, extreme temperatures, vibrations (hard drive protection), dust, and high altitudes. The...80
By TechReviewSource on October 06, 2011
The laptop in total measures 13.2 x 8.8 x 1.2-inches (wdh) and weighs about 4.5-pounds, so it isn't the smallest ultraportable on the market, but it's not too far away. The battery pack sticks out on the backside about an inch, so that does add...70
By PCWorld on October 03, 2011
This laptop not only gets the job done, but also has a lot of thoughtful features that harried businesspeople will appreciate....80
By PC Advisor on August 02, 2011
The Dell Latitude E6320 is aimed squarely at the business market and though it would suit someone who needs a portable workhorse that can be used in all conditions, you wouldn't want to stray away from a wall socket for long with the tiny battery...80
By LaptopMag on June 03, 2011
The Dell Latitude E6320 has stylish looks, strong performance, and a great keyboard. While its $1,529 price is steep, it's in line with competing systems when similarly configured. For example, a 12.5-inch HP EliteBook 2560p ($1,499) gets you an...80
By Channel Pro on February 11, 2011
Dell’s ground-up redesign of the Latitude series is destined for the boardroom Allow your thoughts to drift into the world of business laptops, and your mind is unlikely to be filled with technicolour potential. With dumpy desktop replacements and...-
By PC Pro on February 09, 2011
Dell's ground-up redesign of the Latitude series is destined for the...-
By IT PRO on February 08, 2011
Unlike previous Dell business laptops, the E6320 doesn't have a DisplayPort connector for attaching external monitors – just HDMI and VGA. Despite being one of the few computer manufacturers to support the new standard, Dell declined to include...-