Dell Latitude 3330 Notebook Review

The Dell Latitude 3330 is a laptop with thick design and chassis that feels inadequately assembled. It may not be as rigid as the more expensive Dell E Series, but users shouldn’t consider it as a cause for concern. It is equipped with dual video-out ports, Gigabit Ethernet port and three USB 3.0 ports. Business users could be out of luck, since the laptop isn’t equipped with E-Port, ExpressCard and SmartCard ports.

The chiclet-style keyboard provides plenty of space between keys and reasonably deep travel. This results in less-crowded and roomier typing experience. While the feedback may not be sufficiently firm, = keys are quiet when pressed. The 13.3” (1366 x 768) HD display is adequate for word-processor and everyday web browsing.

The 1,5GHz Intel Core i3 2375M is an ULV processor with no Turbo Boost feature.  It comes with a removable 4GB RAM module and a second SODIMM slot is available for future expansion. There are various storage options; including 320GB HDD and 500GB hybrid drive.

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