Bán Laptop Dell Latitude E6320 màn hình 13 inch. Delll E6320 I7-2620M, I7-2640M, Ram 4G, HDD 250G, VGA Intel HD Graphics 3000. Giá E6320 I7 4.5 triệu.
Laptop Dell Latitude E6320 I7-2620M, I7-2640M Giá Rẻ
Review Laptop Dell E6320 I7-2620M
Thông tin bạn cần biết Dell E6320:
Laptop cũ xách tay - nhập khẩu.
Tình trạng còn sử dụng rất tốt.
Có cấu hình Core I5, và Core I7.
Bảo hành 3 tháng.
Màn hình 13 inch.
Card đồ họa Intel HD Graphics 3000 chạy được Corel, Photoshop, Cad, và chơi được các game online hiện nay (Fifa 3, LOL, Đột Kích, Truy Kích, Audition)
Cấu hình Laptop Dell E6320 I7:
CPU Intel Core I7- 2620M, 4x2.5Ghz, 3MB cache L3
Ram DDR3 4GB bus 1333 Mhz
HDD 250G sata 2 zin theo máy
VGA Intel HD Graphics 3000 - đồ họa tốt, chơi được game LOL, Fifa3
Màn hình 13 inch - phân giải 1366x768
Pin 6 cell sử dụng trung bình 2H
Điểm nổi bật: chạy ổn định - nhanh - cấu hình mạnh - chơi được các game online - dùng cho đồ họa khá tốt Cad, Photoshop, Corel..
Giá bán Dell E6320 I7: 4.500.000 VND - bảo hành 3 tháng
The E6320 uses a 13.3-inch matte display with a resolution of 1366x768 pixels. This resolution is common for notebooks of this size, although certain 13.3-inch notebooks may offer higher resolutions, namely the 2011 MacBook Pro. Especially with prices starting north of $1000 for the E6320, we were expecting a bit more pixels packed into the Dell. Subjectively, text and photos appear clearly, if not unremarkable, on the display.
With the Gossen Mavo-Monitor, a high of 203 nits was measured from the center of the screen. When unplugged, this fell to 170 nits only. While this is fine for office use, we would have liked the screen to be above 200 nits on average from all 9 measured spots for acceptable outdoor usability. The brightness distribution of the display, however, is quite uniform.
The E6320 in review is powered by an Intel Sandy Bridge Core i7-2620M CPU at 2.7GHz with Turbo Boost up to 3.4GHz. This dual-core CPU was first released in Q1 2011 as one of the fastest dual-core processors at the time and it definitely still holds its own almost a year later. For those wanting an even faster CPU, Dell also offers the E6320 with a 2.8GHz Core i7-2640M, although more mainstream options such as the Core i5-2540M, Core i5-2520M and Core i3-2330M are available as well. The fact that the E6320 is able to pack full-voltage Sandy Bridge CPUs is certainly a plus for power business users who may be unsatisfied with lower-clocked ULV models.
Regardless of CPU selection, each configuration comes with integrated Intel HD 3000 graphics. In this particular model, the integrated GPU runs at a base 650MHz with Turbo Boost support up to 1.3GHz. But in the end, the Intel HD 3000 is still meant for users with low 3D performance expectations. Don’t anticipate anything outside of smooth HD video playback, Flash games and light gaming out of this notebook. See here for an extensive review of this integrated Sandy Bridge graphics chip.
For RAM, the E6320 starts at 2GB, although our review model includes 2x 2GB PC3-10700 DDR3 user-removable modules. RAM can be configured up to 8GB, but we recommend at least 4GB for the majority of users. The base plate can be removed for RAM and Mini Card access, but the many screws can be quite soft and difficult to take out.
In the CPU-oriented benchmarks, the Dell E6320 scores top marks thanks to its high-end dual-core CPU. Other notable notebooks with the same CPU include the 2011 MacBook Pro, 13.3-inch Acer Aspire 3830TG and the 14-inch HP EliteBook 8460p. The E6320 CineBench R11 64bit CPU scores compare similarly to these notebooks (3.07 vs. 3.11 and 3.07 in the Acer and HP, respectively). Turbo Boost was automatically disabled in our review of the 13.3-inch MacBook Pro, so fair comparisons between the Dell and Mac in question cannot be drawn.
Regardless, the E6320 scores very well in PCMark Vantage and PCMark 7 with 8007 and 2682 points, respectively, even without an equipped SSD. The Dell Vostro 3550 with the same Core i7 CPU, for example, only scored 7842 and 2059 in the same Vantage and PCMark 7 synthetic benchmarks. Meanwhile, the similarly equipped HP 8460p scored slightly lower still with 7734 and 1994 points in Vantage and PCMark 7, respectively. The Acer 3830TG, however, clearly defeats the E6320 in the two PCMark benchmarks with 12371 and 3928 points. This wide performance gap is mostly due to the 120GB MLC SSD in the reviewed Acer. By extension, users who want the ultimate responsiveness out of the E6320 should consider equipping the Dell with a SSD.
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In the GPU-oriented benchmarks, the integrated Intel graphics of the E6320 falls in line with what we expected. That is to say, not particularly impressive for 3D-intensive applications or gamers, but perfectly fine for most everyone else. It is worth noting, however, that the Intel HD 3000 in the E6320 appears to edge out most other notebooks with the same GPU. For example, the ThinkPad X220T and the ProBook 5330m with 1531 and 1382 points in 3DMark Vantage GPU, respectively.
Note that this will not make much of a difference in gaming, so modern 3D games may only be barely playable. The E6320 is a core business notebook, after all. See here for our constantly updated list of gaming benchmarks done with the Intel HD 3000 in Sandy Bridge CPUs.
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The E6320 is overall quiet, but could have been better. Like many other notebooks, the Dell can become quite noisy when stressed. When idle, a slight hum can be heard from the fan if in a relatively quiet room, which is unfortunate as even the HP ProBook 5330m with its full-voltage Core i5 CPU can be near-silent at idle. Unfortunately, the preset “Quiet” power plan of the E6320 did not make any subjective difference in noise levels. Luckily, fan noise didn’t increase when watching HD videos. To avoid noise from the DVD drive, we recommend streaming videos or loading them from the hard drive.
If at full load (i.e., FurMark + Prime95), the Dell notebook reaches above 40 dB 15cm from the front. Note, however, that this is not the maximum fan speed if the notebook is not set to the “Ultra Performance” power option. This option allows for maximum fan speed in order to limit any potential CPU throttling. We were able to measure a few decibels higher in noise levels when at this setting, which was subjectively louder as well.
33.5 / 34 / 34.9 dB(A)
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Similar in style to the Lenovo X120 and X121e, the twin speakers of the E6320 are located on the front edge and angled towards the desk. The two channels are rated at 4 ohms total and 1 watt each, so bass performance out of the miniature speakers are less than ideal. On the bright side, the speakers can be quite loud at maximum and the sounds do not distort as much as one would expect as volume is turned up. Considering the size, the speakers get the job done, but external solutions are still recommended for long music or movie sessions.
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