The overall review score is calculated from averaging this product's
international review scores.
Surprisingly, the Latitude 14 5410 delivers a very decent performance from the 15W quad-core CPUs. And to our relief, it provides memory upgrades up to 32GB of dual-channel DDR4 RAM, thanks to its two SODIMM slots.The chassis, itself is very good, althoug...
Strong body build of carbon, Exceptional battery life, Wide range of connectivity options, Easy to upgrade, Fingerprint reader embedded in the power button + IR face recognition (both are optional), PCIe x4, (optional) Thunderbolt 3 and (optional) LTE sup...
Uses aggressive PWM to adjust its brightness up the maximum level of brightness (fixed by our Health-Guard profile) (BOE NV14N4F-HN4TM (BOE07BB)), Covers only 51% of sRGB (BOE NV14N4F-HN4TM (BOE07BB))
Overall the Dell Latitude E5410 has a lot to offer if you don't need the features or semi-rugged build quality of the more expensive E6410. With the plastic body and budget-oriented parts configurations, Dell is able to have a much lower starting price on the E5410, coming in with a base sale price of $519 right now. This system is targeted directly at small and medium business, who want a step u