Businessrugged build quality, Good overall performance, Lots of options, including multitouch display, Impressive audio performance, Stays cool.
Blazing fast performance; good form factor; huge LCD screen.
Revamped design is nice. Sturdy frame. Wide selection of Intel processors. Backlit keyboard. Great typing experience. Soft mouse buttons. Excellent battery life. Higher-resolution available.
Price is high as configured, USB 3.0 not included, Lackluster display.
Bit pricey, though ultimately worth it.
Very heavy for a 14-inch laptop. Pointing stick is stiff.
By TopTenREVIEWS on February 17, 2012
Its small size, large memory and beautiful display are just a few features that make this business laptop one of the best...-
By Notebook Review on February 06, 2012
The Dell Latitude E6420 is a great choice for business professionals. The notebook's build features a durable "business rugged" design with MIL-STD 810G-tested "Tri-Metal" casing. This basically means it'll withstand the everyday scratches and...80
By CNET Australia on August 12, 2011
Dell's Latitude E6420 isn't a massively exciting machine, but it is a solid business unit that should handle most tasks that you throw at...80
By ZDNet UK on August 01, 2011
The Dell Latitude E6420 has rather ungainly looks, but these are underpinned by a solid chassis design. The screen and keyboard are both good, as is the battery life. With CPU options ranging fromCore i3 to quad-core Core i7, this is a highly...78
By Government Computer News on July 29, 2011
This visual flair is driven by an Nvidia NVS chipset. The graphics package has 512M of DDR 3 and is designed specifically to take advantage of and work with the dual-core processor. The end result is that whether you are a computer-aided design...-
By PC Advisor on July 12, 2011
Overall, the Dell Latitude E6420 is a comfortable unit to use and we like it. It feels sturdy and it also has understated good looks. We'd spec it up a little, though, and add a fingerprint reader as well as backlit keyboard; we're disappointed...80
By Good Gear Guide on July 11, 2011
The Latitude E6420 is a well built business machine with good performance. However, it could use a few more standard features for the price (such as USB 3.0) and we also wish that Dell supplied both the 32-bit and 64-bit Windows 7 versions in the...75
By PC Mag on April 18, 2011
The Dell Latitude E6420 is configurable in so many ways because it has so many options to choose from, though it's quite heavy for a 14-inch laptop. Buy it nowClick here to shop now!More from DellShop for other Dell Business Laptops. Click...80
By LaptopMag on April 17, 2011
The Dell Latitude E6420 has a lot going for it: stylish looks, a great keyboard, epic battery life, and solid performance. Our $1,361 review configuration is a bit expensive for what it offers. Nevertheless, this notebook is a really strong choice...80
By NotebookCheck on April 13, 2011
It's true that our excitement had already come and gone by the time our forums became the scene of a heated debate about the Latitude's new design. And even though minds will continue to clash for years to come about which looks better, the new...86