Touch the Hard Dell Machine

Posted on 10 March 2009

Imagine your Laptop falls down and it stop working……

it seems to be great loss to your property and also to your tech work.

But the worried time has passed now. Dell is going to launch its tough series Laptops. Latitude E6400 XFR with touch screen function. Company claims that their E6400 XFR will be perform best in dust, high-pressure water sprays and even if  it falls down.


Dell has used  Ballistic Armor Protection system to make its product the toughest in Laptops genre. The casing material is used in this laptop is the same used in ballistic missiles. It is a high-tech polymer that is more durable than magnesium alloy material that is used in the most of laptops. Now its time to use your laptop recklessly by having E6400 XFR as it works good in hard conditions claimed by the company Dell.

Company claims that E6400 XFR can work well in wind pressure of 70 miles per hour and can bear the temperature from –20 Fahrenheit to 145 degrees Fahrenheit. Can also work best at an altitude of 15,000 feet proclaimed by the company.

Latitude E6400 XFR can bear a drop of 4 feet in off state and can bear drop of 3 feet when operational. The LCD cover is so designed that its LCD can float a bit so to absorb shock and pressure.

Technical Specification

Processor : Intel® Core™2 Duo Processor

Chipset : Intel® 45 Express Chipset

Displays : 14.1″ Premium WXGA (1280 x 800) wide-aspect transmissive display with DirectVue™ technology for outdoor readability. Available in non-touch or resistive touch versions

Memory : Dual Channel DDR2 Memory

Available DIMM Slots: Two Memory slots offering up to 8GB

Memory Bandwidth: 800MHz

Primary Storage :  5400 RPM shock-mounted up to 120GB3 with free fall sensor

Solid State Drive up to 128GB3

Optical Devices : DVD-ROM, CD-RW/DVD, DVD+/-RW

Graphics Cards : NVIDIA® Quadro® NVS 160M 256MB DDR2

Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD

Connectivity :


10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet network interface adaptor

56K v924 Internal Modem

Wireless LAN:

Dell Wireless 1397 (802.11g)

Dell Wireless 1510 (802.11a/g/n 2×2)

Intel® WiFi Link 5100 [802.11a/g/n (1x2)]

Intel WiFi Link 5300 [802.11a/g/n (3x3)]

Mobile Broadband & GPS:

Dell Wireless 5720 (EvDO & GPS) Mobile Broadband Mini Card

Dell Wireless 5530 (Tri-band HSDPA 7.2/HSUPA 2.0 & GPS) Mini-Card

Bluetooth & Ultra-Wideband:

Dell Wireless 370 Bluetooth® 2.1 (optional)

Dell Wireless 410 Bluetooth® 2.1 with UWB (optional)

Dedicated GPS:

Dedicated GPS & Antennae, SiRFstarIII (coming in May)


Physical Security:

Steel-reinforced Cable Lock Slots, Battery and Hard Drive Locks

User & System Security:

Smart Card Reader and Contactless Smart Card Reader (protected behind sealed door)

Fingerprint Reader (optional)

TPM 1.28

ControlVault – secure credential management within a trusted boundary

Network Security:

802.11 Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA), 802.11i (WPA2), Virtual Private Networks (VPN) 802.1x with EAP modes and compatible with CCX 4.0


2 speakers, digital microphone

Integrated Webcam (optional)



1 Type I/II PCMCIA OR Expresscard/54, 5-in-1 card reader

5-in-1 card reader; PCMCIA or ExpressCard 54

Key Peripherals & Docking:

Vehicle Docking Systems, Rugged Battery Slice, Rugged Legacy I/O Adapter, E-Series Deskdock

Adapter, Removable LCD Protective Touch Overlay, XFR Shoulder Strap Kit, Spare LCD Pen/Tether Kit

Modular Options:

E-Family modular bay: 8X DVD-ROM, 24X CDRW/DVD, 8X DVD+/-RW, second Hard Drive or Travel Lite Module


Weight & Dimensions:

Starting at: 8.5 lbs/3.86 kg

Width: 13.9″/353.06mm

Depth: 10.1-11.5″/256.54-291.1mm

Height: 2.2″/55.88mm


IEEE – 1394, docking connector, USB 2.0 (x4), VGA, Display Port, RJ-11 (optional), RJ-45, eSATA, USB PowerShare, headphone/speaker out, mic (all protected behind sealed doors)


Power Supply:

90 Watt AC adapter with cord wrapping

6-cell primary battery

12 cell high-capacity rugged battery slice (optional)

Price Tag:

It will be available starting March 10 for about US$4,299 in the U.S., Canada, France, Spain, the U.K., Germany and Italy.

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2 Responses to “Touch the Hard Dell Machine”

  1. Borellus says:

    If only I had the money to buy one of those, $4,299 is a lot of money. That’s what? About £2000 pounds, I may as well forget about getting one.

  2. B.Eisenwolf says:

    Nice to finally see someone that are able to do a correct blogpost without spelling errors or lousy grammar.


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