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Dell Latitude
Del Latitude E5570.jpg
Latitude E5570
DeveloperDell (1994–present)
TypeLaptop/Netbook
Release date1994
Latitude E5570 with its back cover open.
A Dell Latitude E4310

Latitude is Dell's business laptop brand, designed and manufactured mainly by Compal and Quanta. The Latitude competes with the ThinkPad series from Lenovo (formerly IBM), the EliteBook series from HP and Travelmate series from Acer. The "Rugged (Extreme)", "XFR" and "ATG" models compete primarily with Panasonic's Toughbook line of rugged computers.

Overview and product type[edit]

The Dell Latitude is a laptop family from Dell Computers, intended for business use. By contrast, the Dell Inspiron is aimed at the consumer market and its specifications change regularly. Whereas Inspiron may change vendors or components several times over the course of a single model, the Latitude line generally retains identical components throughout its production. This design is intended to simplify maintenance and support tasks for large corporations, allowing components to be easily swapped between models.

Dell Latitude D630

The lines of Dell Latitude personal computers are currently in the "E" series, which is the successor to the popular Latitude D, C, and X series. The Latitudes from the early 1990s up until the C*00 lines weren't in a set "series", instead going under the models CP and XP with modifiers at the end, e.g.: XPi, CP M233.

In the past, the "mainstream" line was the 6 series, being the C6x0, D6x0, and E64x0 lines, but as of 2015 this line has been discontinued and replaced by both the 5 series and the 7 series. The 15" "Premium" line was the 8 series, until the E-series merged this line with the 6 series (Model numbers being along the lines of C8x0 or D8x0). The "budget" line was the 5 series, but as of 2015 the 5 series and 7 series Latitude laptops are the primary lines of Latitude laptops. The 3 series has replaced the 5 series as the budget line. Dell has also since dropped the E from the Latitude line (due to switching to a USB C/Thunderbolt dock system, rather than the e-Port analog pin-system docks), and the models just go by number now, e.g.: Latitude 5480, 5570. The second number in the model (As in, 5470 or 7280) indicates the size of the screen in the laptop.

The current Dell Latitude lineup is as follows:

Latitude 3xxx series. Budget models intended for education or home office environments, available in 13.3"/14"/15.6" trims.

Latitude 5xxx series. Mainstream line, available in 11.1"/12.5"/13.3"/14"/15.6" trims.

Latitude 7xxx series. Premium "ultrabooks", available in 12.5"/13.3"/14" trims only.

Latitude computers are also differentiated in their feature sets, due to their business focus. For example, they often include security features such as smartcard and contactless smartcard, and TPM security, which are not needed by most consumers. A lid clasp (as opposed to a magnetic latching system), DisplayPort video out (as opposed to HDMI), and support for legacy standards are all results of the requirements of the business market.

Some models also have the capability of Latitude ON which can be selected during the configuration of the laptop. Latitude ON is essentially a system within a system. It requires a separate add on module which contains its own microprocessor and Operating system. This allows the laptop to function in the realm of a Netbook.

Current models[edit]

Latitude 2010-2018
Type **00

(2010)

**10

(2011)

**20

(2012)

**30

(2013)

**40

(2014)

**50

(2015)

**70

(2016)

**80

(2017)

**90

(2018)

**00

(2019)

Top-class
16" Ultraportable (ultrabook) Z600
14" 6430u E7440 E7450 E7470 7480 7490 7400
7400 2-in-1
13.3" E4300 E4310 7370 7380 7390 7300
Convertible 7350 7389 7390 2-in-1
12.5" 7275 7285 7200 2-in-1
Ultraportable (ultrabook) E4200 E7240 E7250 E7270 7280 7290
Middle class
15.6" Mainstream E6500 E6510 E6520 E6530 E6540
E5540 E5550 E5570 5580 5590 5500
5591 5501
14" E6400 E6410 E6420 E6430 E6440
E5440 E5450 E5470 5480 5490 5400
5495
5491 5401
13.3" E6320 E6330 5300
2-in-1 XT3 5300 2-in-1
12.5" Mainstream E6220 E6230 E5250 E5270 5280 5290
2-in-1 5285
5289 5290 2-in-1
10.8" 5175/9
10.1" Tablet 10-ST2
Entry-level
15.6" Mainstream E5500 E5510 E5520 E5530 E3540 E3550 3570 3580 3590 3500
14" E5400 E5410 E5420 E5430 E3440 E3450 3470 3480 3490 3400
13.3" 3380 3301
Entry (educational) 3300
2-in-1 3379 3390 2-in-1
11.6" 3189
Netbook 3150 3160 3180 3190
10.1" 2100 2110 2120
Tablet 10-ST2e

(List do not include rugged modifications).

RFID (Optional) location on a Latitude E6410

Dell used the "E-series" name up through the 2016 models, and new 2017 models drop the "E." [1][2] and Dell E-Port Replicator with it. As of February 2017, Latitude computers are available in three series: the 3000, 5000, and 7000. The 3000 series is designed to be entry-level, similar to the previous Latitude E55xx and Latitude E54xx laptops. The 5000 series is mid-range, similar to the Latitude E64xx and E65xx. It includes a high performance subseries whose model designations end in 1. These devices are available with higher-TDP processors, discrete graphics and NVMe SSDs. The 7000 series consists of high-end Ultrabook computers, introduced in 2014 with the Latitude E7440 and E7240.

Aside from the 3000, 5000, and 7000 series, Dell also provides an Education and Rugged Series of Latitude computers. The Education series laptops are designed for use in educational institutions. They're not especially powerful, and are more geared towards office applications or internet-based applications. The Rugged series laptops are similar to the previous Latitude XFR computers. They are designed with extra durability in mind.

xx00 Models (2019)[edit]

  • 7400 2-in-1: 14.0" Ultraportable 2-in-1[3]
  • 7400: 14.0" Ultraportable[4]
  • 7300: 13.3" Ultraportable
  • 7200 2-in-1: 12.3" Ultraportable 2-in-1[5]
  • 5501: 15.6" High-Performance[6]
  • 5500: 15.6" Mainstream
  • 5401: 14.0" High-Performance
  • 5400: 14.0" Mainstream
  • 5300 2-in-1: 13.3" Mainstream 2-in-1[7]
  • 5300: 13.3" Mainstream
  • 3500: 15.6" Essential[8]
  • 3400: 14.0" Essential
  • 3301: 13.3" Essential
  • 3300: 13.3" Education [9]

Previous Models[edit]

xx90 Models (2018)[edit]

  • 7490: 14.0" Ultraportable (7th gen Core i3, 8th gen Core i5/i7)
  • 7390: 13.3" Ultraportable (7th gen Core i3/i5, 8th gen Core i5/i7)
  • 7390 2-in-1: 13.3" Ultraportable 2-in-1 (8th gen Core i3, 8th gen Core i5/i7)
  • 7290: 12.5" Ultraportable (7th gen Core i3/i5, 8th gen Core i5/i7)
  • 5591: 15.6" High-Performance (8th gen Core i5/i7)
  • 5590: 15.6" Mainstream (7th gen Core i3/i5, 8th gen Core i5/i7)
  • 5491: 14.0" High-Performance (8th gen Core i5/i7)
  • 5490: 14.0" Mainstream (7th gen Core i3/i5, 8th gen Core i5/i7)
  • 5495: 14.0" Mainstream (AMD Ryzen Pro Mobile: 3 2300U, 5 2500U, 7 2700U)
  • 5290: 12.5" Mainstream (8th gen Core i5/i7)
  • 5290 2-in-1: 12.5" Mainstream 2-in-1 (7th gen Core i3/i5, 8th gen Core i5/i7)
  • 3590: 15.6" Essential (7th gen Celeron/Core i3/i5, 8th gen Core i5/i7)
  • 3490: 14.0" Essential (7th gen Celeron/Core i3/i5, 8th gen Core i5/i7)
  • 3390 2-in-1: 13.3" Essential 2-in-1 (7th gen Pentium/Core i3, 8th gen Core i5)

xx80 Models (2017)[edit]

  • 7480: 14.0" Ultraportable (7th gen Core i3/i5/i7)
  • 7389: 13.3" 2-in-1 Ultraportable (7th gen core i3/i5/i7)
  • 7380: 13.3" Ultraportable (7th gen Core i3/i5/i7)
  • 7285: 12.5" Ultraportable (7th gen Core i3/i5/i7)
  • 7280: 12.5" Ultraportable (7th gen Core i3/i5/i7)
  • 5580: 15.6" Mainstream (7th gen Core i5/i7)
  • 5480: 14.0" Mainstream (7th gen Core i5/i7)
  • 5289: 12.5" Convertible Ultraportable 2-in-1, non-detachable keyboard (7th gen Core i3/i5/i7)
  • 5285: 12.5" Convertible Ultraportable 2-in-1, detachable keyboard (7th gen Core i3/i5/i7)
  • 5280: 12.5" Mainstream (7th gen Core i5/i7)
  • 3580: 15.6" Essential (7th gen Celeron/Core i3/i5/i7)
  • 3480: 14.0" Essential (7th gen Celeron/Core i3/i5/i7)
  • 3380: 13.3" Essential (7th gen Celeron/Core i3/i5/i7)
  • 3189: 11.6" Education Convertible 2-in-1 (Pentium N4200 Intel 7265, Celeron N3350)
  • 3180: 11.6" Education (Celeron N3350)

Exx70 Models (2016)[edit]

  • E7470: 14.0" Ultraportable (6th gen Core i3/i5/i7)
  • E7270: 12.5" Ultraportable (6th gen Core i3/i5/i7)
  • 7370: 13.3" Ultraportable (6th gen Core m3/m5/m7)
  • 7275: 12.5" Ultraportable 2-in-1 (6th gen Core m3/m5/m7)
  • E5570: 15.6" Mainstream (6th gen Core i5/i7)
  • E5470: 14.0" Mainstream (6th gen Core i5/i7)
  • E5270: 12.5" Mainstream (6th gen Core i5/i7)
  • 5175/9: 10.8" Ultraportable 2-in-1 (6th gen Core m5/m7)
  • 3570: 15.6" Essential (6th gen Celeron/Core i3/i5/i7)
  • 3470: 14.0" Essential (6th gen Celeron/Core i3/i5/i7)
  • 3379: 13.3" Essential 2-in-1 (7th gen Core i3/i5)

Exx50 Models (2015)[edit]

  • E7450: 14.0" Ultraportable (5th gen Core i3/i5/i7)
  • Latitude 13 7350: 13.3" Convertible Ultraportable 2-in-1 Tablet (5th gen Core M)
  • E7250: 12.5" Ultraportable (5th gen Core i3/i5/i7)
  • E5550: 15.6" Mainstream (5th gen Core i3/i5/i7)
  • E5450: 14.0" Mainstream (5th gen Core i3/i5/i7)
  • E5250: 12.5" Mainstream (5th gen Celeron/Core i3/i5/i7)
  • E3550: 15.6" Essential (5th gen Celeron/Core i3/i5/i7)
  • E3450: 14.0" Essential (5th gen Celeron/Core i3/i5/i7)

Exx40 Models (2013/2014)[edit]

  • E7440: 14.0" Ultraportable (4th gen Core i3/i5/i7 ULV)
  • E7240: 12.5" Ultraportable (4th gen Core i3/i5/i7 ULV)
  • E6540: 15.6" Mainstream (4th gen Core i3/i5/i7 Mobile)
  • E6440: 14.0" Mainstream (4th gen Core i3/i5/i7 Mobile)
  • E5540: 15.6" Mainstream (4th gen Core i3/i5/i7 ULV)
  • E5440: 14.0" Mainstream (4th gen Core i3/i5/i7 ULV)
  • E3540: 15.6" Essential (4th gen Core i3/i5/i7 ULV)
  • E3440: 14.0" Essential (4th gen Core i3/i5/i7 ULV)

Exx30 Models (2012/2013)[edit]

  • E6530: 15.6" Mainstream (3rd gen Core i3/i5/i7)
  • E6430: 14.0" Mainstream (3rd gen Core i3/i5/i7) (Ivy bridge processor)
  • E6330: 13.3" Mainstream (3rd gen Core i3/i5/i7)
  • E6230: 12.5" Mainstream (3rd gen Core i3/i5/i7)
  • E5530: 15.6" Essential (3rd gen Core i3/i5/i7)
  • E5430: 14.0" Essential (2nd gen core i3) or (3rd gen Core i3/i5/i7 year 2014)
  • 6430u: 14.0" Ultraportable (3rd gen Core i3/i5/i7) [no standard docking, only over WiGi docking station D5000 and integrated dell wifi card ]

Exx20 Models (2011/2012)[edit]

  • E6520: 15.6" Mainstream (2nd gen Core i3/i5/i7)
  • E6420: 14.0" Mainstream (2nd gen Core i3/i5/i7)
  • E6320: 13.3" Ultraportable (2nd gen Core i3/i5/i7)
  • E6220: 12.5" Ultraportable (2nd gen Core i3/i5/i7)
  • E5520: 15.6" Essential (2nd gen Core i3/i5/i7)
  • E5420: 14.0" Essential (2nd gen Core i3/i5/i7)
  • E5520m: 15.6" Value (Celeron/Core2Duo)
  • E5420m: 14.0" Value (Celeron/Core2Duo)
  • E6420 XFR: 14.0" Fully Rugged (2nd gen Core i5/i7)
  • E6420 ATG: 14.0" Semi-Rugged (2nd gen Core i5/i7)

Exx10 Models (2010/2011)[edit]

  • E6510: 15.6" Mainstream (1st gen Core i3/i5/i7)
  • E6410: 14.1" Mainstream (1st gen Core i3/i5/i7)
  • E6410 ATG: 14.1" Semi-Rugged (1st gen Core i5/i7)
  • E5510: 15.6" Essential (1st gen Core i3/i5/i7)
  • E5410: 14.1" Essential (1st gen Core i3/i5/i7)
  • E4310: 13.3" Ultraportable (1st gen Core i3/i5/i7)

Exx00 Models (2008/2009)[edit]

  • E6500: 15.4" Mainstream (Core2Duo)
  • E6400: 14.1" Mainstream (Core2Duo)
  • E6400 ATG: 14.1" Semi-Rugged (Core2Duo)
  • E6400 XFR: 14.1" Fully Rugged (Core2Duo)
  • E5500: 15.4" Essential (Celeron/Core2Duo)
  • E5400: 14.1" Essential (Core2Duo)
  • E4300: 13.3" Ultraportable (Core2Duo)
  • E4200: 12.1" Ultraportable (Core2Duo)

Other Models[edit]

  • XT3: 13.1" Convertible Touch Tablet & Pen (Core i3/i5/i7) –Release Date: August 2011
  • XT2: 12.1" Convertible Touch Tablet & Pen (Core2Duo ULV)
  • XT2 XFR: 12.1" Convertible Touch Tablet & Pen –Fully Rugged (Core2Duo ULV)
  • 2100 10.1" Netbook
  • 2110 10.1" Netbook
  • 2120 10.1" Netbook
  • Z 16.0" Thin and Light

The previous series is the Latitude D-series, on the Dx30 revision. The models are the D4x0 (12.1" Ultra Mobile), D5x0 (14.1 or 15.0" standard aspect screen except for D531, plastic case, value model), D6x0 (14.1" Corporate model) and D8x0 (15.4" high-resolution model) most models are based on the Intel Core 2 Duo and the Intel Santa Rosa chipset, with the exception being the D531. Ever since the D420, D620, and D800, the D-series features wide aspect LCD screens: 12.1", 14.1", and 15.4" respectively.

Latitude D6x0 series[edit]

The Latitude D6x0 series is the 14"/14.1" corporate model. It aims to combine heavy-duty power with reasonable portability, and differs primarily from D8x0 series in screen size. All are two spindle designs, with a "D-bay" modular bay which can interchange optical drives, a second hard drive, floppy disk or a second battery. All models have a smart card socket, PCMCIA socket, and 9-pin serial port, a "D-dock" port for docking station or port replicator, and have an internal socket for an 802.11 wireless card.

The D600 and D610 share a common form factor, battery socket, and have a parallel printer port.

The D620 and D630 share a common form factor, battery socket, and do not have a parallel printer port. Both have support for an optional internal Bluetooth module, a socket for an optional mobile broadband card, and have an external switch for disabling any wireless connections.

Latitude D600[edit]

The D600 (and simultaneously introduced D800) was released on 3/12/2003. These were Dell's first business-oriented notebooks based on the Pentium-M processor. The Latitude D600 series used the first-generation "Banias" or Dothan Pentium M chips running on a 400 MT/s FSB on DDR memory. It had a PATA hard drive and a D-series modular bay, and used an ATI Radeon 9000 GPU. It had a 14" screen, in regular (non-widescreen) form factor. Unlike later D6x0 series machines, both memory sockets were accessible from a single cover on the bottom of the system.

Most, if not all Latitude models prior to the Latitude Dx20 series had a near-clone Inspiron, in the case of the D600, it was the Inspiron 600M. Differences include that the 600M does not work with the Dell D-Dock, and the case styling is slightly different. The motherboards, screens and hard drive caddies are all physically interchangeable.

The Latitude D600 used a PA-10/PA-12 charger and came with a DVD drive, 2 x USB, 1 x TV, 1 x network, 1 x parallel, 1 x serial and 1 monitor output. The hard drive is accessible through a cover on the left hand front side of the lower case and is secured by 1 screw. After removing the screw, the hard drive can then slide out.

Latitude D610[edit]

The D610 (released in 2005) was an update of the D600 design; it used a slightly modified D600 chassis and a newer Pentium M chipset ("Sonoma" with 533 MT/s FSB). This chipset was the first Intel mobile chipset to use DDR2 Memory, versus the DDR in the Latitude Dx00 series. For space saving purposes, instead of having both RAM chips on the bottom of the laptop, one RAM slot was moved to the top of the motherboard which could be accessed by removing the keyboard, whereas the other RAM slot remained in the area it had been located at previously. Unlike the D600 and prior midrange Latitudes (The 6xx series, dating back to the C-series) you had a choice of standard integrated Intel Graphics (GMA 900), or a discrete ATI solution (Radeon X300).

Latitude D610 Audio-Out "whining"[edit]

Some Dell Latitude D610 units with a dedicated ATI X300 graphics card seem to have problems with the audio-out jack. Symptoms of this problem include a noise or whine when an audio device is connected to the audio-out jack. Up to this date Dell does not have a clear solution to this problem.[10][11][12][13]

Latitude D620[edit]

In March 2006, Dell introduced the D620 (and the D820), its first business-oriented notebook with a dual core processor available. Initially available with the interim "Yonah" Core Duo processors, it was sold with the first-generation mobile "Merom" Core 2 chips once those became available from Intel in the Fall of 2006; both run on a 667MT/s bus. It was initially sold with Intel integrated graphics, but an option to upgrade to a discrete Nvidia GPU became available after a few months. It replaced the raised pointing stick with a "low profile" model, and introduced the option of 4-cell and 9-cell batteries in addition to the standard 6-cell model. It uses DDR2 memory and is compatible with both PC2-4200 (533 MHz) and PC2-5300 (667 MHz) memory.

Although the D620 accepts a maximum of 4 GB of physical memory, it cannot be used fully, because of the 32-bit physical addressing limitation of the 945 Core 2 mobile chipsets [Intel-945GM/PM-chipset], (not related to the BIOS or the use of a 32-bit or 64-bit OS), restricts the usable memory by the operating system to 3.5 GB, or 3.3 GB with on board video (memory is shared).

The D620 has one mono speaker located in the base below the touchpad. It has no option to expand to stereo without using external speakers or headphones.

There was no near-clone Inspiron model for the D620.

Latitude D620 problems[edit]

All early D620 models were known for faulty LCD screens. The early models suffered from light bleeding, where a black screen would show light bleeding in from the bottom of the screen. This wasn't fixed until almost a year into production. In addition, some D630 screens are known for having bad LCD pixels. The D620/D630 and D820/D830 were available with an Intel integrated GMA or Nvidia graphics chip. Most Nvidia models will suffer from early failure of the graphics chip due to the switch to lead-free solder and "underfill" of the BGA. The computer industry at the time had just switched to lead free solders without redesigning cooling systems. This in turn led to undesirable heating cycles of the more brittle solder causing micro fractures to quickly form. NVIDIA was found liable for these failures, causing a multimillion-unit recall, not only of some Dell notebooks, but also some HP, Compaq, and Apple products.[14] The failure manifests itself by stripes or "artifacts" on the LCD AND also an external screen or by the total absence of an image.

Dell tried to prolong the lifetime of the Nvidia chips with a BIOS update which causes the fan to run more continuously and thus reduce the strain from repeated heating/cooling cycles on the graphics chip.

They also have bad overheating problems.

Latitude D630[edit]

Released in 2007 the D630 is an update of the D620 design. It differed most significantly in being based on the newer "Santa Rosa" (mobile 965) chipset, which supported the 800MT/s models of the mobile Core 2 Duo (both the Merom 7xx0 series and later the Penryn-based 8x00/9x00 series.) It also had newer versions of the graphics processor options, support for Intel's "Turbo Memory" flash cache (although this uses the same card slot as the mobile broadband card), and support for internal Wireless-N. It also added a 4-pin Firewire IEEE1394 port. It uses DDR2 memory and is compatible with PC2-5300 (667 MHz), and PC2-6400 (800 MHz) memory will work at PC2-5300 speeds.

The optional nVidia graphics on this series of laptop are to be avoided due to overheating issues where the GPU would develop cracks in the solder. This was mostly due to temperature fluctuation but the graphics chips also ran much hotter than they were meant to. The D830 series, despite having more room for cooling the chip, suffered from the same issue.

The D630 unofficially will accept a maximum of 8 GB of physical memory, however, a BIOS update is required.

Unlike the D830, the D630 only has one speaker.

Latitude D630c[edit]

The D630c was a slight variant model of the D630, featuring a "manageable" version of the motherboard chipset unavailable on the standard D630.

Unlike the D630, the D630c model laptop could not be ordered with Intel graphics, it shipped only with the nVidia graphics chip. As a result, all of the Latitude D630c laptops will eventually fail if used, that is, unless they have already failed previously.

It also could only be ordered with the Intel 4965AGN wireless card, you couldn't order it with Dell's wireless options or lower end Intel wireless cards.

Latitude D631[edit]

The Latitude D631 (released in 2007), similar to the D531, was a variant of the Latitude Dx30 series that had AMD processors instead of Intel. However, it is very rare inside the United States due to it not being an option to order on Dell's website. You can find some that originated in the United States, but those were special ordered over the phone. They were sold alongside the D630 as standard equipment in select international countries, but while not being that rare internationally, they didn't sell as many units as the D630 series (And even D630c series) laptops did. As a result, not much information about specific chipsets, graphics chip options (If there were any), or any other features can be found online for specifying details.

Latitude D8x0 series[edit]

The Latitude D8x0 series is the 15.4" corporate model; unlike the D600 and D610, all feature a widescreen form factor. All are two spindle designs, with a "D-bay" modular bay which can interchange optical drives, a floppy module, a second hard drive, or a second battery. All models have a smart card socket, PCMCIA socket, and 9-pin serial port, a "D-dock" port for docking station or port replicator, and have an internal socket for an 802.11 wireless card.

A Dell Latitude D820 running Windows 7 Professional.

The D800 was Dell's first widescreen Latitude notebook.

The D8x0 series models roughly parallel the technology in the D6x0 models other than for screen size; they do not share a battery form factor with the D6x0 series. The D820 and D830 add an ExpressCard socket, not available in the D6x0 series. The D830 is capable of accepting 8 GB of physical memory with updated firmware.

The D800 equated to the Precision M60, and the D810 to the Precision M70. They were for all intents and purposes identical except for the graphics card, certification and in the case of the M70, the lid.

The near-clone Inspirons for the D800 and D810 were the Inspiron 8500 and 8600; the D820 and D830 share hardware with Precision models M65 and M4300 respectively. There are even known cases of "mixed-mode" samples of the latter, where the Dell-recorded type according to the service tag and markings differs from the BIOS-reported type with an identical service tag.

Both Latitude D820 and D830 have stereo speakers mounted on both sides of the keyboard.

Latitude D5x0 series[edit]

The Latitude D500 series is a set of "entry level" business models; they are built on a 15" non-widescreen form factor, although models before the D530 were sold with both 14.1" and 15" screens (the 14.1" having a wider bezel.) They are 2-spindle devices (removable optical drive interchangeable with D6xx/D8xx machines), and roughly follow the technical generations (chipset and processor-wise) of the D6x0 and D8x0 series. The D530 was Dell's last non-widescreen Latitude model.

The Latitude D531 was also available, being the cheapest Latitude available at the time due to using AMD processors and cutting back on a few features. It was essentially a D830 with no PC Card slot, no trackpoint, an option for a 14" screen (If this was chosen it would have a similar wider bezel as on the earlier D5xx series machines), an AMD-based motherboard. DVD Drives, Screen Assemblies (If the laptop was ordered with the 15" screen), RAM, and Hard Drives/Caddies were interchangeable.

Latitude D4x0 series[edit]

Dell Latitude D410 running Red Hat Enterprise Linux

The D400 and D410 were 12" non-widescreen (4:3 aspect ratio) ultra-portable notebooks, roughly following the technology of the comparable generations of the series. The D400 had a design that was similar to the D610 and came with a ULV Pentium M (Banias). The D410 came with a ULV Pentium M (Dothan).

The D420 and D430 are 12.1" widescreen ultra-portable notebooks. The D420 came with either an Intel Core Solo U1300 ULV 1.06 GHz, Intel Core Duo U2400 ULV 1.06 GHz or Intel Core Duo U2500 ULV 1.2 GHz. The D430 came with either an Intel Core Solo U1400 ULV 1.2 GHz or Intel Core 2 Duo U7600 1.2 GHz; the U7700 Processor (1.33 GHz) was later made available as an option.

A Dell Latitude D400 running Linux Mint and a D410 running Windows XP.

While the D8x0, D6x0 and D5x0 models were all introduced simultaneously with each generation, the D4x0 series were generally introduced a couple of months after their counterparts. Also, since they use ULV (ultra-low-voltage) processors and chipsets, and are generally less powerful, the technology does not correspond as closely as it does between other models in each generation — for example, the D420 uses the parallel ATA hard drive (1.8") rather than the SATA (2.5") interface in the D520/620/820.

In a 22C° ambient the D430 U7700 processor has been measured to run from 62C° at idle to 85C° under heavy system loads, that is, within 10C° of Intel's max. temperature rating for the processor.[citation needed] The D4x0 series has been replaced by the E4200 model.

Latitude C series[edit]

The Latitude C-series notebooks covered the range of processors from the Pentium 166 MHz to the Pentium 4-M. Models in this series included the CP (Pentium processors), CPi (Pentium II processors), CPx, C600 and C800 (Mobile Pentium III processors), CPt, C500 and C510 (Celeron processors), C400, C610 and C810 (Pentium 3-M processors) and C640 and C840 (Mobile Pentium 4-M).[15]

A Latitude C500

C series laptops were notable for their consistent and interchangeable accessories across this wide range of processors. The series was one of the first to offer the UXGA 1600x1200 resolution display and included a NVidia GeForce MX400 32 MB video accelerator to complement the display requirements. A robust design made it a favorite in harsher climates; however, this design lacked the visual appeal of many of its competitors.[16]

The most popular of the C-series included the C800, C810, C840, and later the C640.[citation needed]

The later C-series models mostly had near clones sold as the Inspiron 4000 and 8000 series:

  • C840 cloned as the Inspiron 8200 and Precision M50
  • C810 cloned as the Inspiron 8100 and Precision M40
  • C800 cloned as the Inspiron 8000
  • C640 cloned as the Inspiron 4150 and as the Inspiron 2650
  • C610 cloned as the Inspiron 4100
  • C600 cloned as the Inspiron 4000
  • CPxJ cloned as the Inspiron 3800
  • CPxH cloned as the Inspiron 3700

An interesting note on the C840 is that it was the last Dell notebook (along with its sister models the Inspiron 8200 and Precision M50) to have both a "fixed" optical drive as well as a modular bay, making it a "three-spindle" notebook. The modular bay could also be used for a second battery identical to the primary battery rather than a special modular bay battery. It used a Pentium 4-M processor and DDR SDRAM.[16] The Dell C840 can support up to one gigabyte of RAM in each of two slots, for a total of two gigabytes in all. The GPU can also be upgraded on the C840/M50/i8200, from a GeForce2 Go to the Quadro4 Go 700 from the Precision M50.

Other models[edit]

The Latitude ATG was a semi-rugged version of the D620, and was Dell's only semi-rugged offering, while their fully rugged offering originally consisted of the Augmentix XTG630, a D630 in a fully rugged case, and later the D630 XFR. The ATG as well as the XFR have a protective glass glued on top of the screen that often has glue leaking onto the display causing air bubbles to form.

Latitude XT[edit]

The Latitude XT was a touch-screen convertible-tablet computer.

Latitude XT problems[edit]

In July 2008, Dell released multi-touch touch-screen drivers for the Latitude XT Tablet, claiming the "industry's first convertible tablet with multi-touch capabilities."[11] Dell has partnered with N-trig, providers of DuoSense technology, combining pen, capacitive touch and multi-touch in a single device. N-trig's DuoSense dual-mode digitizer uses both pen and zero-pressure capacitive touch to provide a true hands-on computing experience for mobile computers and other digital input products over a single device.

A large number of user reports suggest that the Dell Latitude XT suffers from a major problem.[17] The N-Trig digitizer interfaces to the XT by an internal USB port.[18] Users report that any other USB device which is plugged in may, and usually does, prevent the N-Trig applet (program which controls the features) from identifying the N-Trig hardware. In addition, there have been reports that certain other drivers, such as iTunes Helper, may cause this or a similar problem. Other users report no problems from iTunes. According to the reports, this still leaves the dual sense but without Multi-Touch and other advanced features, "which render the auto and dual mode useless. The digitizer will only start working again after consecutive reboots."[19] There have also been reports that the driver may crash, catastrophically or non-catastrophically, leaving no screen input at all. A re-boot may solve the problem, but often users found that the driver installation is damaged, requiring a re-installation of the drivers. But the install program will not un-install if it doesn't recognize the N-Trig hardware. In this case, the alternatives are (1) restore the entire operating system from backup, (2) manually un-install by erasing all N-Trig programs and drivers then editing the registry to remove all references to N-Trig, then re-install the N-Trig software, or (3) do a complete re-install of Windows.

These problems have been reported both with XP and Vista, 32 and 64 bit. In addition, Dell sells a MediaBase with an internal DVD drive. The drive also interfaces by way of a USB connection inside the MediaBase. Most, but not all, users of the MediaBase report that it prevents the drivers from loading.

NVidia GPU problems[edit]

Many D620/D630 and D820/D830 models (and related Precision models) with NVidia mobile GPUs may experience graphics failure. A Class Action Lawsuit settlement by NVidia was reached where certain Dell models were provided with replacement motherboards at no expense.

Recall affecting D Series batteries[edit]

Dell posted notices to many of their laptop customers on August 14, 2006, saying that the Sony batteries on the D410, D500, D505, D510, D520, D600/D610, D620, and D800/D810 models were prone to bursting into flames, or even exploding.[20][21]

The batteries on any of these computers purchased between April 2004 and July 18, 2006 were supposed to be removed and the computers run on AC power until replacements arrived.[22] Problematic Sony batteries led to battery recall programs at other laptop companies, including Hitachi,[23] Toshiba,[24] Lenovo (IBM)[25] and Apple.[26]

Technical specifications[edit]

The majority of Latitude laptops are built to order.

Operating System: Windows, FreeDOS, or Ubuntu for some models.

E-Family (2007-current)[edit]

Model Release CPU Chipset Memory Graphics Audio codec Network card Screen Dimenshions (mm) Weight
Type Maximum Type Resolution " Height Width Depth
Top-class
14"
7400[27] 2019 8th Gen Intel Core

i5-8265U (4x 1.6 6MB)
i5-8365U (4x 1.6 6MB)
i7-8265U (4x 1.9 8MB)

DDR4 32 GB (2 slots) Intel UHD 620 1366×768
1920×1080
14.0
7490 2018 Intel Core DDR4-2400
(or 2133)
32 GB (2 slots) Intel HD 620

(or UHD 620)

14.0 1.4 kg
7480 2017 Intel Core DDR4-2133 14.0
E7470 2016 6th Gen Intel Core
up to i7-6650U (2×2.2 GHz 4MB)
DDR4 16 GB (2 slots) Intel HD 520 or HD 540 Intel Skylake-U/Y PCH - Realtek Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 8260 + Bluetooth 4.2 Anti-glare LED
(opt. + 2 finger multi-touch)
1366×768
1600×900
1920×1080
2560×1440
14.0 19.4 334.9 232 1.36 kg
E7450 2015 5th Gen Intel Core DDR3L 16 GB (2 slots) Intel HD 5500 Anti-glare LED 1600×900 14.0 337.8 231.1 20.3 1.6 kg
13"
7300 2019 DDR4 Intel UHD 620 13.3
7390 2018 DDR4-2400
(or 2133)
16 GB (1 slot) Intel HD 620

(or UHD 620)

IPS, opt. touch 1920×1080 13.3 17 304.8 208 1.2 kg
7380 2017 DDR4-2133 13.3
7370 2016 13.3
E4310 2011 Intel QS57 DDR3 8 GB (2 slots) Intel GMA HD 13.3
E4300 2008 Intel Core 2 Duo Up to SP9400 Intel GS45 DDR3 8 GB (2 slots) Intel GMA 4500MHD Dell Wireless: 1397 (802.11g), or 1510 (802.11a/g/n 2x2),
Intel WiFi Link: 5100 (802.11a/g/n 1x2),
or 5300 (802.11a/g/n 3x3)
LED backlit 1280×800 13.3 25.4-29 310 217.4 1.5 kg
(3-cell)
12"
7290[28] 2018 Intel 8th gen i5/i7, 7th gen i5 DDR4-2400
(or 2133)
16 GB (1 slot) Intel UHD620
(or HD620)
17 305 208 1.2 kg
Middle class
15"
5501[29] 2019 i5-9300H
i5-9400H
i7-9850H
Intel CM246 DDR4 32 GB (2 slots) Intel UHD 630
Option + NVIDIA GeForce MX150
15.6
5500 Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 DDR4 Intel UHD 620
Option + AMD Radeon 540x
15.6
5591[30] 2018 Intel Core

i5-8300H (4x 2.3GHz, 8M Cache),
i5-8400H (4x 2.5GHz, 8M Cache),
i7-8850H (6x 2.6GHz, 9M Cache)

Intel CM246 DDR4 32 GB (2 slots) Intel UHD 630
Option + NVIDIA GeForce MX130
15.6
5590[31] Intel Core U series,
i5 7th gen (2-core), or i5/17 8th gen (4-core)
DDR4 32 GB (2 slots) Intel HD 620 or UHD 620
Option + NVIDIA GeForce MX130
15.6
5580 2017 7th gen Core i3/i5/i7 DDR4 32 GB (2 slots) 15.6
E5570 2016 6th gen Core i3/i5/i7 DDR4 32 GB (2 slots) 15.6
E5550 2015 5th gen Core i3/i5/i7 DDR3L 16 GB (2 slots) Intel HD 5500
Option + NVIDIA GeForce 840M
15.6
E5540 2013 4th Gen Intel Core up to i7-4600U (2×2.1 GHz) DDR3L 16 GB (2 slots) Intel HD 4400
Option + NVIDIA GeForce 720M
15.6
E6540 4th Gen Intel Core up to i7-4610M Intel QM87

[a][b]

DDR3L 16 GB (2 slots) Intel HD 4600
Option + AMD Radeon HD 8790M (2 GB GDDR5)
Intel Lynx Point HD Intel Centrino: Advanced-N 6235 + Bluetooth 4.0 or Ultimate-N 6300
or Dell Wireless 1506 (802.11g/n 1x1)
Anti-glare LED 1366×768
1920×1080
15.6 33.4 379 250.5 5.64 lbs
E6530 2012 Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 up to i7-37x0QM Intel QM77[a] DDR3 16 GB (2 slots) Intel HD 3000 (i3-2xxx)
or HD 4000 (i3/i5/i7 3xxxM)
Option + NVIDIA NVS 5200M (1 GB GDDR5)
IDT 92HDxxx Intel Centrino: Advanced-N 6205[c] or Ultimate-N 6300;
or Dell Wireless: 1504 (802.11g/n 1x1) or 1540 (802.11n 2x2)
Anti-glare LED 1366×768
1600×900
1920×1080
15.6 28.3-34.2 384 258 5.4 lbs
(4-cell, SSD)
E6520 2011 Up to Intel Core i7-2860QM
(4× 2.5 GHz, 8MB L3)
Intel QM67 DDR3 16 GB[d] (2 slots) Intel HD 3000
Option + NVIDIA NVS 4200M (512 MB)
IDT 92HDxxx Intel Centrino: Advanced-N 6205[c] or Ultimate-N 6300; or
Dell Wireless: 1501 (802.11b/g/n 1x1); or 1530 (802.11a/g/n 2x2)
Anti-glare LED
(opt. + 2 finger multi-touch)
1366×768
1600×900
1920×1080
15.6 28.3-34.2 384 258 5.52 lbs
(4-cell)
E6510 2010 Intel Core i5-560M, i7-620M, i7-720QM Intel QM57 DDR3 8/16 GB[e] (2 slots) Intel GMA HD
Option + NVIDIA NVS 3100M (512 MB DDR3)
IDT 92HDxxx Dell Wireless: 1397 or 1510;
Intel WiFi Link 5100 or 5300
LED backlit TN 1366×768
1600×900
1920×1080
15.6 27.4-33.3 358 257 5.53 lbs
(6-cell)
E6500 2009 Intel Core 2 Duo, up to T9800
(2× 2.93 GHz 6MB L2)
Intel GM45 DDR2 8 GB (2 slots) Intel GMA 4500MHD IDT 92HDxxx Dell Wireless: 1397 or 1510;
Intel WiFi Link 5100 or 5300
CCFL Backlit 1920x1200 15.4 27.4-33.3 358 257 5.15 lbs
(4-cell)
Intel PM45 or NVIDIA Quadro NVS 160M (256 MB DDR2)
14"
5401 2019 Intel CM246 DDR4 32 GB (2 slots) Intel UHD 630
Option + NVIDIA GeForce MX150
Anti-glare LED 14.0
5400 DDR4 Intel UHD 620
Option + AMD Radeon 540x
Anti-glare LED 14.0
5495 2018 DDR4 Anti-glare LED
5491 Intel CM246 DDR4 32 GB (2 slots) Intel UHD 630
Option + NVIDIA GeForce MX130
Anti-glare LED 14.0
5490 Intel Core

i3-7130U (2× 3M, 2.7GHz)
i5-7300U (2× 3M, 2.6GHz)
i5-8250U (Quad Core, 6M, 1.6GHz)
i5-8350U (Quad Core, 6M, 1.7GHz)
i7-8650U (Quad Core, 8M, 1.9GHz)

DDR4 Intel HD 620 or UHD 620
Option + NVIDIA GeForce MX130
Anti-glare LED 14.0
5480 2017 7th gen Core i3/i5/i7 DDR4 Anti-glare LED 14.0
E5470 2016 6th gen Core i3/i5/i7 DDR4 32 GB (2 slots) Anti-glare LED 14.0
E5450 2015 5th gen Core i3/i5/i7 DDR3L 16 GB (2 slots) Anti-glare LED 14.0
E5440 2013 4th Gen Intel Core up to i7-4600U (2×2.1 GHz) DDR3L 16 GB (2 slots) Intel HD 4400
Option + NVIDIA GeForce 720M
Anti-glare LED 14.0
E6440 4th Gen Intel Core up to i7-4610M Intel QM87

[a][b]

DDR3L 16 GB (2 slots) Intel HD 4600
Option + AMD Radeon HD 8690M (2 GB GDDR5)
Intel Lynx Point HD Intel Centrino: Advanced-N 6235 + Bluetooth 4.0 or Ultimate-N 6300
or Dell Wireless 1506 (802.11g/n 1x1)
Anti-glare LED 1366×768
1600×900
1920×1080
14.0 31.8 338 232.6 4.68 lbs
E6430 2012 Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 up to i7-37x0QM Intel QM77[a] DDR3 16 GB (2 slots) Intel HD 3000 (Core i3-2xxx)
or HD 4000 (Core i3/i5/i7 3xxxM)
Option + NVIDIA NVS 5200M
IDT 92HD93 Intel Centrino: Advanced-N 6205[c] or Ultimate-N 6300;
or Dell Wireless: 1504 (802.11g/n 1x1) or 1540 (802.11n 2x2)
1366×768, 1600×900 14.0
E6420 2011 Up to Intel Core i7-2860QM
(4× 2.5 GHz, 8MB L3)
Intel QM67 DDR3–1333 16 GB[d] (2 slots) Intel HD 3000
Option + NVIDIA NVS 4200M (512 MB)
IDT 92HDxxx Intel Centrino: Advanced-N 6205[c] or Ultimate-N 6300; or
Dell Wireless: 1501 (802.11b/g/n 1x1); or 1530 (802.11a/g/n 2x2)
Anti-glare LED
(opt. + 2 finger multi-touch)
1366×768, 1600×900 14.0 27-32.4 352 241 4.56 lbs
(4-cell)
E6410 2010 Up to Intel Core

i7-840QM (4× 3.2 GHz, 8MB L3), max. factory-installed is
i7-640M (2× 2.8 GHz, 4MB L3)

Intel QM57 DDR3 8/16[e] GB (2 slots) Intel GMA HD
Option + NVIDIA NVS 3100M (512 MB DDR3)
IDT 92HDxxx Dell Wireless: 1397 or 1510;
Intel WiFi Link 5100 or 5300
LED backlit 1280×800
1440×900
14.1 27.4-33.3 358 257 4.2 lbs
(6-cell)
E6400 2008 Intel Core 2 Duo, up to T9800
(2× 2.93 GHz 6MB L2)
Intel GM45 DDR2 8 GB (2 slots) Intel GMA 4500MHD IDT 92HDxxx Dell Wireless: 1397 or 1510;
Intel WiFi Link 5100 or 5300
LED backlit 1280×800
1440×900
14.1 25.4-31 335 238.3 4.3 lbs
(4-cell)
Intel PM45 or NVIDIA Quadro NVS 160M (512 MB DDR2)
13"
E6330 2013
E6320 2012 Intel Core i3, i5 and i7, up to i7-26x0M Intel QM67 DDR3–1333 16 GB[d] (2 slots) Intel HD 3000 IDT 92HDxxx Intel Centrino: Advanced-N 6205[c] or Ultimate-N 6300; or
Dell Wireless: 1501 (802.11b/g/n 1x1), or 1530 (802.11a/g/n 2x2)
Anti-glare LED 1366×768 13.3 25.4-30.1 335 223.3 3.64 lbs
(3-cell)
12"
E5290 2018 Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 DDR4 (2 slots) Intel HD 620

(or UHD 620)

Anti-glare LED 12.5
E5280 2017 Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 DDR4 (2 slots) Intel HD 620 Anti-glare LED 12.5
E5270 2016 Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 DDR4 (2 slots) Intel HD 520 Anti-glare LED 12.5
E5250 2015 Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 (2 slots) Intel HD 5500 Anti-glare LED 12.5
E6230[33] 2012 Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 Intel QM77 DDR3 16 GB[d] (2 slots) Intel HD 3000 or HD 4000 IDT 92HDxxx Anti-glare LED 1366×768 12.5
E6220 2011 Intel Core i3, i5 and i7, up to i7-26x0M Intel QM67 DDR3–1333 16 GB[d] (2 slots) Intel HD 3000 IDT 92HDxxx Intel Centrino: Advanced-N 6205[c] or Ultimate-N 6300, or
Dell Wireless: 1501 (802.11b/g/n 1x1), or 1530 (802.11a/g/n 2x2)
Anti-glare LED 1366×768 12.5 24.7 309 226 3.17 lbs
(3-cell)
Entry class
15"
3500 2019 Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 DDR4 Anti-glare LED
3590 2018 Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 DDR4 Anti-glare LED
3580 2017 Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 DDR4 Anti-glare LED
3570 2016 Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 Anti-glare LED
E3550 2015 Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 Anti-glare LED
E3540 2014 4th Gen Intel Core up to i7-4610M Intel QM87 DDR3L Anti-glare LED
E5530 2013 Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 up to i7-37x0QM Intel QM77[a] DDR3 16 GB (2 slots) Intel HD 3000 (Core i3-2xxx)
or HD 4000 (Core i3/i5/i7 3xxxM)
IDT 92HD93 1366×768, 1600×900 15.6
E5520 2012 Intel QM67
E5510 2011 Intel Core i5-560M, i7-620M, i7-720QM Intel HM55 DDR3 8 GB (2 slots) Intel GMA HD IDT 92HDxxx Dell: Wireless 1501 or 1510,
Intel: WiFi Link 6200, or 6250, or 6300
LED backlit 1600×900 15.6 33.8 371 250 5.72 lbs
(6-cell)
14"
3400 DDR4 Anti-glare LED
3490 DDR4 Anti-glare LED
3480 DDR4 Anti-glare LED
3470 Anti-glare LED
E3450[34] 2015 6th Gen Intel i3, i5, i7 and celeron DDR3l 16 GB (2 slots) Intel HD 4400 Realtek ALC3234 Anti-glare LED
E3440 2014 5th Gen Intel i3, i5, i7 and celeron Anti-glare LED
E5430 2012 Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 up to i7-37x0QM Intel QM77[a] DDR3 16 GB (2 slots) Intel HD 3000 (Core i3-2xxx)
or HD 4000 (Core i3/i5/i7 3xxxM)
IDT 92HD93 1366×768, 1600×900 14.0
E5420[35] Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 Intel QM67 DDR3 8 GB (2 slots) Intel HD 3000
E5410
13"
3301 DDR4
3300 DDR4
3390

2-in-1

3380
3379
11.6"
3190 DDR4 11.6"
3189 11.6"
3180 11.6"
3160 11.6"
3150 11.6"
10.1"
2120
2110
2100
Gray colored cards - switchable graphics (AMD Dynamic Switchable Graphics or Nvidia Optimus)
Red colored cards - non-switchable discrete graphics
(may be changed for purchase time only)
  1. ^ a b c d e f Optional Intel Rapid Start Technology, Intel Smart Connect Technology (SSD required)
  2. ^ a b And optional Intel Smart Connect Technology (SSD required)
  3. ^ a b c d e f Optionally WiMax
  4. ^ a b c d e officially supported 8 GB[32]
  5. ^ a b 16 GB with Quad-Core i7, only models with dedicated graphics

D-Family (2003-2007)[edit]

Model Release Cousin model CPU Chipset Memory Graphics Audio codec Network card Screen Dimenshions (mm) Weight
Type Maximum Type Clock rate controller Type Resolution " Height Width Depth
12.1" ultraportable
D430 2007 Intel Core Solo ULV,
Core 2 Duo ULV (533 MHz FSB)
Intel 945GMS DDR2 – 533 MHz 2 GB (1 slot,
1 GB soldered)
Integrated (chipset) 400 MHz Intel GMA 950 SigmaTel STAC 92XX LAN: Broadcom BCM57xx GbE

WLAN: Broadcom 43xx (Dell) or Intel: 3945 802.11a/b/g or 4965 802.11a/b/g/draft-n

1280×800 12.1" 25.4 295 210 1.36 kg
D420 2006 Intel Core Solo ULV,
Core Duo U2500 1.2 GHz
Intel 945GMS DDR2 – 533 MHz 2.5 GB (1 slot,
512 MB soldered)
400 MHz Intel GMA 950 LAN: Broadcom BCM57xx GbE
WLAN: Broadcom 43xx (Dell) 802.11a/b/g or Intel 3945
1280×800 12.1" 25.4 295 210 1.36 kg
D410 2005 Intel Centrino M /Pentium M ULV (Dothan) Intel 915GM DDR2 – 533 MHz 2 GB (2 slots) Intel GMA 900 (Soft Audio) 1024×768

32 bpp

12.1" 31.9 278 238 1.7 kg
D400 2004 Intel Centrino M /Pentium M ULV (Banias) Intel 855GM DDR1 – 266 MHz 2 GB (2 slots) Intel Extreme Graphics 2 (Soft Audio) LAN:Broadcom 5705M gigabit controller
WLAN: Broadcom BCM4306 802.11a/b/g (Dell 1450 miniPCI)
CCFL 1024×768

32 bpp

12.1" 25.4 294 245 1.7 kg
15" case
D531 2007 AMD Turion 64 X2 Dual Core AMD M690T DDR2 – 667 MHz 8 GB[a] (2 slots) ATi (AMD)
Integrated (chipset)
ATi (AMD) Radeon x1270 SigmaTel STAC9205 Dell (1390 802.11b/g, 1450 802.11a/b/g, 1505 802.11draft-n) 1280×800 14.1" 35.3 365.7 262,5 2.3 kg
1280×800,

1440×900

15.4"
D530 Intel Core 2 Duo (800 MHz FSB) Intel 965GM DDR2 – 667 MHz 8 GB (2 slots) Integrated (chipset) 500 MHz Intel GMA X3100 15.4" 35.3 262,5
D520 2006 Intel Core Duo,
Core 2 Duo,
Celeron M
Intel 945GM (Core Duo)
940GML (Celeron M)
DDR2 – 533/667 MHz 4 GB[b](945GM)

2 GB (940GML) (2 slots)

400 MHz Intel GMA 950 LAN: Broadcom 440x 10/100 Ethernet
WLAN:Broadcom 43xx (Dell) 802.11b/g or a/b/g or Intel 3945
1024×768 14.1" 35.8 338.3 273 2.38 kg
1024×768,

1400×1050

15.4"
D510 2005 Intel Pentium M 730 (2 MB L2) 533 MHz FSB / Celeron M Intel 915GM DDR2 – 400/533 MHz 2 GB (2 slots) 333 MHz Intel GMA 900 SigmaTel STAC9205 LAN: Broadcom 440x 10/100 Ethernet WLAN: Intel PRO 2200 (802.11b/g) Modem: V.92 capable 56K 1024×768 14.1"
D505 2004 Inspiron 510m Intel Pentium M Banias (1 MB L2)
or Dothan (2 MB L2) 1.3 - 2.0 GHz (400 MHz FSB)
Celeron M
Intel 855GME DDR1 – 333 MHz 2 GB (2 slots) Intel Extreme Graphics 2 LAN: Broadcom 570x gigabit controller
WLAN: Intel: PRO 2100 (802.11b) or PRO 2200 (802.11b/g))
or TrueMobile (1350 (802.11b/g) or 1450 (802.11a/b/g))
Bluetooth: optional
1024×768 14.1" 31.8 338.3 273
1024×768,

1400×1050

15.4"
D500[c] 2003 Inspiron 500m Intel Pentium M Banias (1 MB L2)
or Dothan (2 MB L2) 1.3 - 2.0 GHz (400 MHz FSB)
Celeron M
Intel 855GM DDR1 – 266 MHz 2 GB (2 slots) Intel Extreme Graphics 2 LAN: Broadcom 570x gigabit controller
WLAN: Intel: PRO 2100 (802.11b) or PRO 2200 (802.11b/g)
or TrueMobile: 1300/1350 (802.11b/g) or 1400/1450 (802.11a/b/g)
Bluetooth: optional
CCFL 1024×768
32 bpp
14.1"
14" case
D631 2007 AMD Turion 64 X2 Dual Core AMD RS690T DDR2 – 667 MHz 8 GB[a] (2 slots) ATi (AMD) Integrated ATi (AMD) Radeon x1270 SigmaTel STAC9205 Dell: 1390 802.11b/g, 1490 802.11a/b/g, 1505 802.11a/b/g/draft-n 1280×800, 1440×900 14.1" 32 338 238 2.7 kg
D630 Precision M2300 Intel Core 2 Duo (800 MHz FSB) Intel 965GM DDR2 – 667 MHz 8 GB (2 slots) Integrated (chipset)
or discrete
500 MHz Intel GMA X3100 Intel: 3945 802.11a/b/g, 4965 802.11a/b/g/draft-n,
Dell: 1390 802.11b/g, 1490 802.11a/b/g, 1505 802.11a/b/g/draft-n
1280×800 1440×900 14.1" 32 338 238 2 kg
667 MHz NVIDIA Quadro NVS 135M (128 MB)
D620 2006 Core 2 Duo (667 MHz FSB)
Intel Core Duo (533 MHz FSB)
Intel 945GM DDR2 – 667 MHz 4 GB[b] (2 slots) 300 MHz Intel GMA 950 Intel 3945 802.11a/b/g, Dell: 1390 802.11b/g, 1490 802.11a/b/g 1280×800 1440×900 14.1" 32 338 238 2 kg
Intel 945PM 300 MHz NVIDIA Quadro NVS 110 (256 MB)
D610 2005 Precision M20 Intel Pentium M Dothan (2 MB L2) up to 2.13 GHz Intel 915GM DDR2 – 533 MHz 2 GB (2 slots) 350 MHz Intel GMA 900 SigmaTel C-Major
STAC9751
LAN: Broadcom 57xx Gigabit controller
WLAN: Intel (PRO 2200 (802.11b/g) or PRO/Wireless 2915ABG) or Dell 1370
Bluetooth: Dell Wireless 350 (optional)
1024×768 1400×1050

32 bpp[d]

14.1" 34 312.5 261 2.1 kg
Intel 915PM 350 MHz ATI Mobility Radeon X300 (64 MB DDR)
D600

[36][37]

2003 Inspiron 600m Intel Pentium M Banias (1 MB L2)

or Dothan (2 MB L2) 1.3 - 2.0 GHz (400 MHz FSB)

Intel 855PM DDR1 – 266 MHz 2 GB (2 slots) Discrete 200 MHz ATI Mobility Radeon 9000 (32/64 MB) SigmaTel C-Major
STAC9750
LAN: Broadcom 570x Gigabit controller
WLAN: Intel: PRO 2100 (802.11b) or PRO 2200 (802.11b/g)
or TrueMobile: 1300/1350 (802.11b/g) or 1400/1450 (802.11a/b/g)
Bluetooth: optional
CCFL 1400×1050
32 bpp or

1024×768
24 bpp

14.1" 30.5 315 256,5 2.1 kg
15" case, performance
D830 2007 Precision M4300 Intel Core 2 Duo (800 MHz FSB) Intel 965GM DDR2 – 667 MHz 8 GB[a] (2 slots) Integrated (chipset)
or discrete
Intel GMA X3100 Intel: 3945 802.11a/b/g, 4965 802.11a/b/g/draft-n,
Dell: 1390 802.11b/g, 1490 802.11a/b/g, 1505 802.11a/b/g/draft-n
1280×800
1680×1050
1920×1200
15.4"
ntel 965PM NVIDIA Quadro NVS 135M (256 MB)
or Quadro NVS 140M (256 MB)
D820 2006 Precision M65 Core 2 Duo (667 MHz FSB)
Intel Core Duo (533 MHz FSB)
Intel 945GM DDR2 – 667 MHz 4 GB[b] (2 slots) Intel GMA 950 LAN: Broadcom 57xx Gigabit controller
WLAN: Intel 3945 802.11a/b/g, Dell 1490 802.11a/b/g
1280×800
1680×1050 1920×1200
15.4" 38 368 266.5
Intel 945PM or NVIDIA Quadro NVS 120 (256 MB)
D810 2005 Precision M70 Intel Pentium M Dothan (2 MB L2) up to 2.26 GHz Intel 915PM DDR2 – 533 MHz 2 GB (2 slots) Discrete ATI Mobility Radeon x300 (64/128 MB) 15.4"
or Mobility Radeon x600 (128 MB)
D800 2003 Inspiron 8500

Inspiron 8600 Precision M60

Intel Pentium M Banias (1 MB L2)
or Dothan (2 MB L2) 1.3 - 1.8 GHz (400 MHz FSB)
Intel 855PM DDR1 – 266 MHz 2 GB (2 slots) nVidia GeForce4 4200 Go (32 MB) CCFL 15.4"
or GeForce FX Go5200 (32/64 MB)
or GeForce FX Go5650 (128 MB)
Model Release Cousin model CPU Chipset Type Maximum Type Clock rate Video adapter Audio codec Network card Type Resolution " Height Width Depth Weight
Memory Graphics Screen Dimenshions (mm)
  1. ^ a b c officially supported 4 GB
  2. ^ a b c Usable RAM limited to 3.25 GB by chipset
  3. ^ This Laptop is a clone of a Dell Latitude D600
  4. ^ integrated graphics chipset supports up to 1600×1200 pixels / Mobility Radeon X300 supports up to 2048×1152 pixels with external monitor

X-Family (2002-2011)[edit]

Model Release Inspiron cousin CPU Chipset Memory Graphics Audio codec Network card Screen Dimenshions (mm) Weight
Type Maximum Type Clock rate controller Allocated memory Type Maximum resolution Height Width Depth
12.1" Convertible Tablet PC
XT3 2011 Integrated (chipset)
XT2 2008 Intel Core 2 Duo (1.2, 1.4 or 1.6 GHz) Intel GS45[a] DDR3 –800 MHz 5 GB (1 GB soldered + 1 slot) 475 MHz Intel GMA 4500MHD up to 384 MB IDT 92HD71B7 LAN:Intel 82567LF Gigabit Network (10/100/1000 Mbit/s)
WLAN:Intel Wi-Fi Link (5100AGN or 5300AGN)
or Dell Wireless (1397 (802.11g) or 1510 (802.11a/g/n 2x2))
LED 1280×768 32 bpp 27.4 220.6 297 1.62 kg

(28 WHr battery)

XT 2007 Intel Core 2 Duo
(1.33 GHz) U7700
Radeon Xpress 1250 DDR2 –667 MHz 3 GB (1 GB soldered + 1 slot) 350 MHz ATI Radeon X300 up to 384 MB SigmaTel STAC9205 Broadcom NetXtreme Gigabit Ethernet (10/100/1000 Mbit/s)
WLAN: Intel Wireless Wi-Fi Link 4965AGN
400 cd/m2 CCFL
or 230 cd/m2 LED
1280×768 32 bpp 25 218 297 1.69 kg

(42 WHr battery)

12.1"
X1[b] 2005 Intel Pentium M Intel 915GMS DDR2 –400 MHz 2.25 GB (256 MB soldered + 1 slot) Integrated (chipset) 350 MHz Intel GMA 900 SigmaTel C-Major
STAC9751
Broadcom NetXtreme Gigabit Ethernet
MiniPCI card for Wireless LAN
CCFL 1280×768 32 bpp 25 286 196.8 1.14 kg

(27-WHr battery)

X300 2003 300M Intel Pentium M Intel 855GM DDR1 – 266 MHz 1.15 GB (128 MB soldered + 1 slot) 133 MHz Intel Extreme Graphics 2 32 - 64 SigmaTel C-Major
STAC9750
Broadcom 570x Gigabit Series CCFL 1024×768 32 bpp 22.2 275 233.6 1.31 kg

(28-WHr battery)

X200 2002 Intel PIII Mobile Intel 830MG SDRAM – 133 MHz 630 MB (128 MB soldered + 1 slot) 133 MHz Intel Extreme Graphics 32 - 48 Cirrus Logic CS4299 3c905C-TX CCFL 1024×768 18 bpp ≈24 273 226 1.31 kg

(27-WHr battery)

  1. ^ GM45 in small package
  2. ^ fanless computer using 1.8-inch PATA HDD

C-Family (1999-2002)[edit]

All screens have a TN active-LCD matrix and a CCFL backlit.

Model Release Cousin model CPU Chipset Memory Graphics Audio codec
NIC
modem / wireless
Screen Dimenshions (mm) Weight
Type Maximum Type Clock rate Controller Allocated memory Type Resolution " Height Width Depth
C400 2001 Intel PIII Mobile Intel 830M SDRAM– 133 MHz GB (2 slots)[a] Integrated (chipset) 166 MHz Intel Extreme Graphics 32 or 64 MB Cirrus Logic CS4205 3Com 10/100 LAN CCFL 1024×768

18 bpp

12.1" 26.6-30.5 290 238 1.63 kg

(4-cell battery)

C540 2002 Inspiron 4100 Mobile Intel Celeron Intel 845M DDR1 – 266 MHz 1 GB (2 slots) Discrete ATI Mobility Radeon 7500C (32 MB) Cirrus Logic CS4205 V.92 capable 56K MDC softmodem CCFL 1400×1050

32 bpp

14.1" 36,5 319 254 5.73 lb[b]
C510 2001 Inspiron 4000 Intel Celeron (PIII-based) Mobile Intel 830M SDRAM – 133 MHz 1 GB (2 slots) ATI Mobility Radeon M6P (16 MB) Cirrus Logic CS4205 Dell TrueMobile 1150 Mini-PCI Wireless[c] CCFL 1024×768

32 bpp

14.1" 36,5 319 254 5.73 lb[b]
C500 2000 Inspiron 4000 Intel Celeron Mobile
mini-ZIF
Intel 440BX

SDRAM –
66/100 MHz[d]

512 MB (2 slots) 133 MHz ATi Mobility Radeon M3 (8 MB) ESS Maestro 3i 3Com 10/100 LAN
56K V.90 Mini-PCI modem
CCFL

1024×768,
18 bpp

14.1"
C640 2002 Inspiron 4150 Intel P4-M Intel 845M DDR1 – 266 MHz 2 GB[e] (2 slots) Discrete ATI Mobility Radeon 7500C (32 MB) Cirrus Logic CS4205 V.92 capable 56K MDC softmodem CCFL 1400×1050, 32 bpp 14.1" 36,5 319 254 5.73 lb[b]
C610 2001 Inspiron 4100 Intel PIII Mobile Intel 830M SDRAM – 133 MHz 1 GB (2 slots) ATI Mobility Radeon M6P (16 MB) Cirrus Logic CS4205 Dell TrueMobile 1150 Mini-PCI Wireless[c] CCFL

1024×768,
1400×1050, 32 bpp

14.1" 36,5 319 254 5.73 lb[b]
C600 2000 Inspiron 4000 Intel PIII Mobile Intel 440BX SDRAM – 100 MHz 512 MB (2 slots) 133 MHz ATi Mobility Radeon M3 (8 MB) ESS Maestro 3i 56K V.90 Mini-PCI modem[c] CCFL 1600×1200, 32 bpp 14.1" 38,5 319 254 5.51 lb[b]
C840 2002 Inspiron 8200
Precision M50
Intel P4-M Intel 845MP DDR1 – 266 MHz 2 GB[e] (2 slots) Discrete 220 MHz nVidia GeForce4 440 Go (64 MB) Cirrus Logic CS4205[f] Mini-PCI Wireless card capable CCFL 1600x1200, 32 bpp 15.1"
C810 2001 Inspiron 8100

Precision M40

Intel PIII Mobile Intel 815E SDRAM – 133 MHz 512 MB (2 slots) nVidia GeForce2 Go (16 or 32 MB) ESS Maestro 3i 56K V.90 Mini-PCI modem[c] CCFL 1400×1050,

1600×1200, 32 bpp

14.1 / 15"
C800 2000 Inspiron 8000

Inspiron 2500

Intel PIII Mobile Intel 815E SDRAM – 100 MHz 512 MB (2 slots) 105 MHz ATi Mobility Radeon M4 (8 or 16 MB) ESS Maestro 3i 56K V.90 Mini-PCI modem[c] CCFL 1600×1200, 32 bpp 15" 44,5 330 276 7.67 lb[g]
CPx J650GT 1999 Inspiron 3800 Intel PIII Mobile Intel 440BX SDRAM – 100 MHz 512 MB (2 slots) ATI Mobility Rage Pro M1 (4 MB) ESS Maestro 3i 56K V.90 Mini-PCI modem[c] CCFL 1024×768

32 bpp

14.1" 45 320 255,5
  1. ^ 1 user-accessible
  2. ^ a b c d e with CD-ROM module
  3. ^ a b c d e f Optional
  4. ^ PC66, or PC100 specially selected RAM
  5. ^ a b Motherboard supports 1 GB SODIMMs (unavailable at time of laptop release, regular configuration is 2x215 MB)
  6. ^ on Intel 82801CAM ICH3-M South Bridge
  7. ^ with FDD module

L-Family (1999-2006)[edit]

All screens have a TN active-LCD matrix and a CCFL-backlit.

Model Release Inspiron cousin CPU Chipset Memory Graphics Audio codec Network card Screen Dimenshions (mm) Weight
Type Maximum Video type Clock rate Controller Memory Type Resolution " Height Width Depth
15.4"
131L 2006 1501 AMD Turion 64 X2 ATI Radeon Xpress 1150 DDR2 – 533 MHz 2 GB (2 slots) 400 MHz ATI Radeon Xpress 1150 (integrated) 256 MB HyperMemory Dell Wireless 1490 (802.11a/g) CCFL 1280×800 14,1 / 15,4 36 356 266 2.83 kg
120L 2006 CCFL
110L 2005 1000 CCFL
100L 2004 1150 CCFL
12.1" ultraportable
L400 2001 2100 Intel PIII Mobile Intel 440BX SDRAM – 100 MHz 256 MB (1 slot) ATI Mobility M 4 MB Crystal CS4281 + CS4297A 3Com 3C920 CCFL 1024×768 18 bpp 12,1 25,7 272 220 1,63 kg 6-cell / 1,56 kg 4-cell
LS 1999 2000 Intel PIII Mobile Intel 440BX SDRAM – 100 MHz 256 MB (1 slot) NeoMagic NM2200 2,5 MB NeoMagic NMG5 CCFL 800×600 18 bpp 12,1 25,7 272 220 1,66 kg 6-cell / 1,62 kg 4-cell

CS-Family (1998-1999)[edit]

Model Release CPU Chipset Memory Graphics Audio codec Network card Screen Dimenshions (mm) Weight
Type Maximum Type Clock rate Controller Memory Type Resolution " Height Width Depth
CS R 1999 Intel 440BX SDRAM – 66 MHz 512 MB (2 slots) NeoMagic MagicMedia 256 ZX 4 MB NeoMagic MagicMedia 256 ZX CCFL 800×600
1024×768 16 bpp
13,3 29 306 246 1.89 kg 6-cell
CSx 1999 Intel PIII Mobile Intel 440BX SDRAM – 66 MHz 512 MB (2 slots) NeoMagic MagicMedia 256 ZX 4 MB NeoMagic MagicMedia 256 ZX CCFL 1024×768 16 bpp 13,3 29 306 246 1.95 kg 4-cell
CS[38] 1998 Intel PII Mobile Intel 440BX SDRAM – 66 MHz 512 MB (2 slots) NeoMagic MagicMedia 256 ZX 4 MB NeoMagic MagicMedia 256 ZX CCFL 1024×768 16 bpp 13,3 29 306 246 1.95 kg 4-cell

CP-Family (1997-1999)[edit]

Model Release CPU Chipset Memory Graphics Audio codec Network card Screen Dimenshions (mm) Weight
Type Maximum Type Clock rate Controller Memory Type Resolution " Height Width Depth
CPx Pentium III 750 MHz;
CPi 1998 Intel Pentium II 266-400 MHz Intel i440BX EDO 256 MB (2 slots) TFT 1024×768 13.3
CP 1997 Intel Pentium 233 MHz

XP-Family (1994-1998)[edit]

Latitude XP noticed as a first laptop with a optional Lithium-ion battery.[39] For XPi and earlier models BIOS limited to an 8.4gb or smaller hard drive. XPi CD is a last mass-market laptop with a optical trackball.

Model Release CPU Chipset Memory Graphics Audio codec Network card Screen Dimenshions (mm) Weight
Type Maximum Type Clock rate Controller Memory Type Resolution " Height Width Depth
LXPi CD Intel Pentium 150, 166 MHz
XPi CD 1997 Intel Pentium 133, 150, 166 MHz FPM/EDO 72/80 MB (2 slots, 8/16 MB soldered);
48 MB for a 150 MHz CPU
NeoMagic MagicGraph 128ZV DSTN or TFT TN 800×600
16 bpp
12.1"

10.3"

3.4 kg
XPi 1996 Intel Pentium 75, 90, 100 MHz 40 MB (2 slots, 8 MB soldered)
XP 1994 Up to 486DX4 38 MB (2 slots) STN or TFT TN 9,5

History[edit]

E-Family[edit]

  • 21 May 2012: E6230, E6330, E6430, E6430s, E6530, E5430, E5440, E5510,E5530, E6430 ATG[40]
  • 8 Feb 2011: E5420, E5520, E6220, E6320, E6420, E6520, E6420 ATG laptops and XT3 convertible tablet[41]
  • 8 April 2010: E6410, E6510, E6410 ATG[42]
  • 12 August 2008: E-Family (E4200, E4300, E5400,E6500 E5500, E6400, E6400 ATG)[43]

D-Family[edit]

  • 28 June 2007: D430 announced[44]
  • 9 May 2007: D630, D830, D531 announced[45]
  • 16 January 2007: ATG D620 announced[46]
  • 20 June 2006: D420 announced[47]
  • 2 May 2006: D520 announced[48]
  • 29 March 2006: D620, D820 announced[49]
  • 26 April 2005: D510 announced[50]
  • 1 February 2005: D410, D610 and D810 announced[51]
  • 12 January 2004: D505 announced[52]
  • 19 May 2003: D400 announced[53]
  • 10 April 2003: D500 announced[54]
  • 12 March 2003: D-family (D600, D800) announced[55]

C-Family[edit]

  • 11 July 2002: C640 announced
  • 12 November 2001: C400 announced[56]
  • 25 September 2000: C600, C800 announced[57]
  • 25 October 1999: CPx H500GT and CPt V466GT announced[58]
Some of the earlier Dell laptops lacked a built-in Ethernet network adapter well into the Internet age, CPx H500GT was one such model.
  • 23 August 1999: CS-line (R400XT) announced[59]
  • 14 June 1999: CPi R400GT, CPi A400XT, and CPi A366ST announced[60]
  • 4 May 1999: CPt-line announced
  • 5 January 1999: CPi A366XT and A300ST announced[61]
  • CPi D266XT (BIOS Ph 7/30/98-2001): PII-266, 512 KB cache, Intel i440BX; 13.3 1024×768 TFT; 256 MB max, 2 EDO SoDIMM slots; 4 - 20+ GB, two PCMCIA, two modular bays, PS/2, VGA, parallel, USB 1.1, audio in/out. Windows 98.
  • 1997: C-family announced (with CP-line)

XPi-Family[edit]

  • 1996: Dell Latitude XPi P133ST, NeoMagic NM2070 video chipset, 24MB of memory (8MB on motherboard), 1.2 GB hard disk, PCMCIA modem card, 10.2" SVGA (800x600) TFT display, Windows 95 with possibility to partition and install Linux, Desktop Survival Guide

Ultraportable[edit]

  • 28 June 2007: D430 announced[44]
  • 30 March 2005: X1 announced[62]
  • 29 July 2003: X300 announced[63]
  • 6 May 2002: X200 announced[64]
  • 4 October 2000: LS H500ST announced[65]

Value[edit]

  • 6 November 2006: 131L announced[66]
  • 23 March 2006: 120L announced[67]
  • 8 March 2005: 110L announced[68]
  • 13 April 2004: 100L announced[69]

The Latitude 100L is a near-clone of the Inspiron 1150 and is also closely related to the 1100,5100,and 5150. The Latitude 110L is a near-clone of the Inspiron 1000.

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