Dell Adds New Business Notebooks to E Series

Dell today introduced three new E Series laptops to the Laititude line, the 14.1-inch E641, the 14.1-inch E6410 ATG, and the 15.6-inch E6510. TechConnect reports that all three are based around the Calpella platform and are available with either Core i5 or Core i7 CPUs.

CPUs aside, all three ship with up to 8GB RAM, up to 500GB (HDD) or up to 256GB (SSD), and a choice of integrated graphics or the addition of Nvidia's NVS 3100M 512MB GPU. You've also got Blu-ray drive, a DVD writer and 4, 6, 9 or 12 cell battery. All three boast a 720p (1080p optional for the E6510) LED-backlit display, WiFi, optional mobile broadband, GPS, and Bluetooth 3.0.

The E6410 ATG is described as a semi-rugged laptop and is built and tested to meet the MIL STD 810G for shock, vibration, temperature, humidity and altitude.

The E6410, E6510 and E6410 ATG start with base prices of $1,014, $1,064 and $2,114. All three ship with Windows 7 pre-loaded.

  • dman3k
    ATG? Alcohol, Tobacco, and Google??? 0-0
  • sliem
    Love how they advertise all the goods then show the base price last.
    Base price will probably going to get you sucky laptop with 1GB RAM.
  • ncarlson
    I've known this for at least two weeks now.

    The core i5's have integrated GPUs built on the actual die. I assume that if you have nVidia's discreet mobile graphics card, the laptop, when you run on the battery, will turn off the card in favor of the on-die graphics chip to save power, which would be an awesome power-saving feature.
  • cadder
    The photo of the E6410 looks just like the previous E6400. I have an E6500 and while I would like it to have the faster processor, it is pretty fast already and is a great machine all round. I bought mine through the outlet and got a pretty good price on it.
  • atg is all terrain grade I believe. Also, I believe the max ram on the e6510 is 16GB. You can configure it this way on the Dell website.
  • JohnnyLucky
    I wonder why they built to MIL STD 810G? Is it for actual military use or for use as a personal pc by military personnel in combat zones?