Bán Laptop Dell Latitude E6430 - bán Dell E6430 cấu hình I5-3320M, Ram 4GB, HDD 250GB, Vga onboard, máy có Webcam, đèn phim. Dell E6430 giá 5.9 triệu. Bảo hành 3 tháng.
Laptop Dell Latitude E6430 - Gò Vấp
Model: Laptop Dell Latitude E6430 14 inch
Giá bán: 5.900.000 VND
Bảo hành: 3 tháng
Đặc điểm nổi bật:
1. Chạy nhanh, ổn định, mát,
2. VGA Intel HD 4000 chơi game, đồ họa cực tốt.
3. CPU có thể nâng cấp lên Core I7-3520M (loại thường 2 nhân, 4 luồng) hay I7-3720QM (4 nhân, 8 luồng cực mạnh) luôn.
4. Ram nâng cấp Max 16GB.
5. Laptop E6430 chạy được 2 HDD. 1 chạy SSD 128GB (load windows, chương trình nhanh). 1 chạy HDD 500G-1TB lưu trữ dữ liệu thoải mái.
6. Có đèn bàn phím đẹp. Có webcam.
Reviews Laptop Dell E6430
Cấu hình Laptop Dell Latitude E6430:
CPU: Intel core I5 - 3320M, 4 CPU, 4x2.6Ghz, 3MB cache L3
Ram: DDR3 4GB bus 1600 Mhz
HDD: 250GB sata 2
VGA: Onboard Intel HD Graphics 4000 - chơi game, đồ họa 3d ngon lành, LOL, Fifa 3 tốt
Màn hình: 14 in Led, chống chói mắt, phân giải 1366x768, 1600x900 (HD)
Pin 6 cell sài >1H30 liên tục
Ngoại hình: còn đẹp 95% -> 98%
Giá bán Laptop Dell E6430: 5.900.000 VND - Bảo hành 3 tháng
The majority of ports have not been modified either. Except for the fact that now the much faster USB 3.0 standard is supported (2 ports on the case”s right) in contrast to the E6420 precursor, the available interfaces and their positioning is unchanged. This upgrade eliminates one of the biggest criticisms of the predecessor, where USB 3.0 was only available as a third-party accessory, and had to be swapped with the optical drive. This naturally angered many customers and was controversial in our forum.
The left rear corner harbors the power socket, RJ45 LAN port and a powered USB 2.0 port (for charging smartphones when the laptop is off), and a VGA out for connecting older monitors and projectors as well as a combo audio jack. A SmartCard reader is also located at the front left edge.
On the opposite side, on the right”s front edge, you will find a 45 mm ExpressCard slot and a slider switch for enabling/disabling wireless modules (Wi-Fi & Bluetooth), 2 USB 3.0 ports and a combined USB-2.0 / eSATA port. An HDMI port and a connection for Kensington laptop locks are distributed around the right rear corner.
An SD Acard reader is located on the front and - when required - a 56K modem can be installed at the rear. In addition to that, there is a docking port on the case”s bottom as usual.
Intel”s Centrino Advanced-N 6205 WLAN chip is installed in our configuration. It supports the b/g/n standards and can transmit screen content to compatible monitors/flat screens via Wireless Display technology. Wi-Fi reception is outstanding as expected from a good business laptop. Dell also installs Bluetooth 4.0 via a proprietary Wireless 380 module; Intel”s 82579LM adapter provides Gigabit Ethernet.
The customer”s security needs should be covered to a certain degree in the business field. Not for nothing does Dell install a SmartCard reader that manages access control when required in addition to the almost compulsory fingerprint scanner. A TPM (Trusted Platform Module) alongside software for data encryption and protection supplies everything that the business heart desires.
Apart from the user”s manual, a bit of information from the manufacturer, DVDs for the operating system, drivers as well as Dell”s software and the PSU, there are no accessories in the original box. Of course you can buy or order a lot of accessories online or by phone as usual. They range from expansions for the DVD drive bay, such as docking stations (160 to 180 Euros/~$206 to $232) up to rather "common" accessories like mice, keyboards, external monitors and even laptop bags. A higher capacity, 9-cell battery to replace our 6-cell version, for example, costs an additional 59 Euros (~$76) and might be an interesting option for mobile customers.
Replacing the optical drive or the hard disk is very simple: Both components are (left/right on the case”s bottom) installed in slots and are easy to access from the outside. The DVD drive can be easily pulled out via a retractable catch, and be replaced by various accessories from Dell. Two cross slot screws have to be removed before taking out and replacing the hard disk. Another five screws have to be removed before the magnesium base plate opens to reveal a glimpse at the rest of the hardware. For example, the working memory can be exchanged or upgraded here (one slot is empty in our model).
Dell normally provide their Latitude customers with a 36-month basic warranty on hardware. Of course, it is also possible to take advantage of online or telephone support for smaller issues. Moreover, you can also order Dell”s 3-year ProSupport and on-site service for 154 Euros (~$199) instead of this standard warranty.
The Latitude E6430 is available in configurations for around 1000 Euros (~$1290, including shipping and VAT) to well over twice as much. This covers processors and storage devices of virtually every price and performance range. However, a dedicated graphics card in the form of NVIDIA”s NVS 5200M can also be added to the order for 77 Euros (~$99).
The customer is free to order a tailor-made E6430. We believe we are testing a reasonably configured and affordable (1235 Euros/~$1594 plus shipping) but nevertheless fast laptop. The Core i5-3320M (2.6 - 3.3 GHz) from the latest Ivy Bridge processor generation alongside the integrated graphics solution (Intel”s HD Graphics 4000) and 4 GB of working memory should be suitable for most routine tasks (up to occasional video editing).
The conventional 500 GB hard disk can be swapped with faster, but much more expensive 128 to 256 GB SSDs (about 100 - 280 Euros extra/~$129 - $361) while ordering. They speed up the system significantly. But our low-priced configuration was actually fast enough most of the time during the test.
|PCMark Vantage Result||
|PCMark 7 Score||
Intel”s integrated graphics processor (IGP) of the latest Ivy Bridge processor generation, the HD Graphics 4000 in our case, accelerates all routine tasks, starting with HD videos up to games, smoothly in low details. If you are neither a gamer nor work in the CAD field, you probably do not need a dedicated graphics card nowadays.
Our test device lags behind Lenovo”s T430 by 70% in 3DMark Vantage, but it is not a tragedy and simply exhibits the speed advantage of the latter”s dedicated NVS 5400M in contrast to the HD Graphics 4000. However, even when compared with laptops using the same CPU & GPU - we opted for Fujitsu”s 12-inch Lifebook P772 here - our laptop is roughly 25% slower. The Fujitsu is only 12% faster in 3DMark 11. This comparison is put in perspective considering that some laptops that feature the same graphics are approximately 40% slower than our test device. The following gaming benchmarks are more significant in real-life anyway.
|3DMark 06 Standard||
|3DMark Vantage P Result no PhysX||
|3DMark 11 Performance||
As a bestselling building strategy game, Anno 2070 has always been a part of our test repertoire and is plays well even on somewhat slower laptops. The E6430 produces very smooth gameplay on the screen with 42 frames per second in low details and a resolution of 1024x768. It is thus also one of the fastest laptops featuring Intel”s HD Graphics 4000. Playable refresh rates of 21 fps are still achieved in medium details and the native resolution of 1366x768. However, high settings should be avoided because 14 fps leads to considerable stuttering.
FIFA 2012 is fairly easy on resources and thus pleases sport fans. The Latitude still allows high details and 2 x anti-aliasing in its native resolution. 31 fps are still playable; everything below that is jerky. Compared with laptops using the same GPU, the Latitude is in the upper midfield and stays fairly quiet at the same time.
Finally, Metro 2033 proves that our laptop”s IGP is not designed for games. Most scenes can still be enjoyed fairly smoothly with 30 fps in low details and a resolution of 800x600 in DX9 mode. However, the native resolution and medium details in DX10 mode is closer to a flip book due to 15 fps.
Basically, it is possible to play an occasional game on the Latitude in minimum settings. There are, however, more suitable laptops for games on the market.
The Latitude E6430”s fan behavior is very convincing. In addition to the three standard Windows energy-saving modes, Dell includes a few of its own. Among them, you will find the "Quiet Mode" where the fan”s speed stays on the lowest possible level and the processor”s performance is completely adapted to the temperature management. So, all performance reserves made available by the low fan speed is furthered to the processor.
This works well in practical use. Although the laptop is never completely quiet when idling, its fan and hard disk noise are at an acceptable level of 34 dB(A). Nevertheless, the available power is sufficient for all routine tasks - from watching an HD video on YouTube up to office tasks - at a consistent noise level. The fan”s noise is not a high-pitched squeal, but rather has a pleasant characteristic and it spins along in a low-frequency, quiet manner.
Up to 41.3 dB(A) are achieved during full load. However, the average of 38.4 dB(A) is within the range of the competing products used for comparison. Many are even a bit quieter when idling, but this is leveled again by the somewhat louder, maximum full load rates that were determined. If we had to choose a winner, it would be the ThinkPad T430 because of its measured rates. However, we can also warmly recommend our Latitude due to the well-designed energy-saving and fan profiles.
33.7 / 33.9 / 35.7 dB(A)
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||38.4 / 41.3 dB(A)|
min: , med: , max: Voltcraft sl-320 (15 cm distance)
The installed stereo speakers are of fair or average quality. Thus, they do not feature an exceptional sound, but do not exhibit any significant weaknesses either. The output quality is acceptable although there is a somewhat muffled characteristic. In return, the sound is fairly balanced. The trebles neither make an exaggerated nor overly sharp impression. The speakers do a good job with voice output.
Although basses are delivered, they are really only implied. The maximum volume is loud enough to fill a medium-sized room with sound. Nevertheless, it is recommended to connect a sound system because the given sound is not especially satisfactory here.
Our laptop proves to be very energy efficient with a power consumption of 7.4 - 10.7 Watts at idle. Particularly the ThinkPad T430 and Elitebook 8460p have to provide more and brighter pixels alongside a dedicated graphics card and thus need around 5 Watts more.
Our Latitude E6430 consumes just as little energy as the Elitebook during full load (Prime95 + FurMark) with 50.4 Watts. The ThinkPad requires up to 84 Watts due to its powerful GPU.
So, we see that our test device is the most energy-efficient model in the compared test field.
|Off / Standby||0.1 / 0.5 Watt|
7.4 / 9.8 / 10.7 Watt
38 / 50.4 Watt
|Key: min: , med: , max: Voltcraft VC 940|
With its 6-cell battery that has a capacity of 62 Wh according to HWiNFO, our Latitude lasted for 8h and 46min in the Battery Eater Reader”s benchmark before it had to be reconnected to the mains again (minimum brightness, disabled WLAN and enabled energy-savings mode). Thus, you may be pleased if you like to read eBooks on the go.
Of course, our standardized Wi-Fi browsing test is more interesting for most readers as it allows conclusions on battery life in real-world conditions. Here, a few websites and online media (e.g. HD videos on YouTube) are visited via a script using enabled energy-savings mode and a screen brightness of roughly 150 cd/m2. Our Latitude lasts for 5h and 36min and is on a par with the Tecra R840. The Elitebook 8460p lags behind with 5h and 13min and, with its much bigger 94 Wh, 9-cell battery, Lenovo”s ThinkPad T430 only extracts about an hour more with 6h 29min. As mentioned, a battery with the same capacity is also available for our Latitude for fairly low 59 Euros (~$76) extra and it should be good for up to seven hours away from the mains.
It is even possible to take DVDs along with you on the go. 4h 54min should be enough to easily watch two average-length blockbusters before the battery is drained.
Our test device is exhausted after 1h 42min of heavy load (Battery Eater Classic). Thus, it also fares very well here and lasts roughly 20min longer than the comparison devices with a 6-cell battery. This confirms that the E6430 is more energy efficient than its contenders.
|Idle (without WLAN, min brightness)||
|Load (maximum brightness)||
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