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03-10-2009

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ThinkPad T410 compared with Dell Latitude E6410

2010-07-01, 12:40 PM

Hi,

 

Came across and enjoyed this detailed comparison this morning. Spoiler: neither machine is perfect in the reviewer's eyes.

 

Best regards,

Frank

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07-31-2009

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Re: ThinkPad T410 compared with Dell Latitude E6410

2010-07-01, 22:08 PM

that was a really good review indeed - i too agree with the author for the heat issue that gives his preference to T410

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05-28-2010

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Re: ThinkPad T410 compared with Dell Latitude E6410

2010-07-01, 23:31 PM

Dell rarely goes on big sales like Thinkpads.  If you wait for deals, you can get Thinkpads for as much as 45% off.  For the price, I'd go with Thinkpad.  For quality and looks, I'd go with Latitude.

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12-20-2008

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Re: ThinkPad T410 compared with Dell Latitude E6410

2010-07-02, 0:30 AM

Dell's Latitude now looks very similar with the HP Elitebook. Quality wise, i am not sure if it is better or worse than new Thinkpads or Elitebooks.

 

Lenovo Thinkpad is priced extremely competitively in North America, which is at a detriment to the consumers in other parts of world. 

 

 

Regards,

Jin Li

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I am a volunteer, and not a paid staff of Lenovo or Microsoft
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07-31-2009

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Re: ThinkPad T410 compared with Dell Latitude E6410

2010-07-11, 2:34 AM

once i came across some booklets of Sony Vaio and Dell - before that i would always say these two names are meant to sell best among women - i was still surprised to see how this theory proved to be 1000% true after seeing those booklets : Sony had special keyboards for women's nails and Dell mentioned that "part of the 4G Ram may not be accessible" instead of course saying that this was a 32bit system... 

 

After that I vowed never to go with them

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07-03-2010

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Re: ThinkPad T410 compared with Dell Latitude E6410

2010-07-11, 3:23 AM

I just replaced my E6500 (latitude) with T410 and I like the thinkpad much better.  The quality is much better.  After a few weeks of having the latitude paint started chipping from the speaker area and the cdrom is very noisy after a few uses.

 

I had traditionally favored Dell's I am giving thinkpads a try.

 

I use the laptop primary for software development.

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