Dell Latitude 5000 5400 14″ Notebook

Dell Latitude 5000 5400 14″ Notebook


Dell Latitude 5400 Review The Latitude 5400 is the khaki pants and dress
shirt of business laptops. Its inoffensive appearance won’t draw attention
in an office setting just as it won’t gain compliments from colleagues. My problem is that the Latitude 5400 has worn
the same clothes for too long. It’s time for a new wardrobe. Until it gets the same facelift, the Latitude
will continue to wear a familiar slate-gray plastic chassis with a chrome Dell logo stamped
onto the center of the lid. The Latitude 5400 is stocked with all the
ports you need to charge devices, connect to monitors and transfer files. If you’re going to buy the Latitude 5400 for
your employees, be sure to get them a monitor as well. The laptop’s 14-inch, 1080p matte touch screen
is dim and not very colorful, although it doesn’t necessarily need to be; If you’re
filling spreadsheets or creating slides, this detailed screen will do just fine. For anything else — watching videos, editing
photos, etc. — look elsewhere. I had no problems tapping the Latitude 5400’s
touch screen to navigate the web or use the on-screen keyboard to enter URLs. That said, the Latitude 5400 isn’t a 2-in-1
and it doesn’t come with a stylus so touch screen functionality is limited. The bottom-firing speakers on the Latitude
5400 aren’t great, but they get loud enough to fill a medium-size room. When I listened to The Killers’ single “Rut,”
Brandon Flower’s vocals sounded crisp and clear until the instruments kicked in. Muddy drum thuds and splashy cymbals bled
into the midrange and obscured the vocals. If you listen to indie or classic, then this
won’t be a problem, but the Latitude 5400 struggles with more complex arrangements in
rock and techno music. With a durable chassis, fast performance and
a plethora of security features, the Latitude 5400 is great for business use. The laptop even offers a comfortable keyboard
and long battery life for those who travel frequently. But a dim, dull display and a bland chassis
prevents the notebook from being a recommended device for uses outside of the office. For a better overall laptop, we recommend
the ThinkPad X1 Carbon, which takes all the things we like about the Latitude 5400 and
packs them into a slim chassis, then adds a gorgeous display on top of that. Overall, the Latitude 5400 is a solid business
laptop that doesn’t do much to stand out from the pack. Kindly see the description for this Amazon
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Danny Hutson

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