The ultraportable (3.0-pounds) D420 is Dell’s latest addition to its Latitude line, featuring an Intel Core Solo ULV U1300 (1.06-GHz), 1.5GB of DDR2-533 memory, 60GB HDD, and a bright 12.1-inch widescreen display. External interfaces include three USB 2.0 ports, a FireWire port, 802.11 a/b/g Wi-Fi, SD memory card reader, and a biometric fingerprint reader. Here’s the verdict:

Although certain aspects such as the slow 4200RPM hard drive, lack of internal optical drive, and merely satisfactory screen…Even despite the cons, there are more than enough pros to tip the scales in the opposite direction: the unit’s light weight, excellent build quality and aesthetics, and commendable battery life

[via NotebookReview]

The ultraportable (3.0-pounds) D420 is Dell’s latest addition to its Latitude line, featuring an Intel Core Solo ULV U1300 (1.06-GHz), 1.5GB of DDR2-533 memory, 60GB HDD, and a bright 12.1-inch widescreen display. External interfaces include three USB 2.0 ports, a FireWire port, 802.11 a/b/g Wi-Fi, SD memory card reader, and a biometric fingerprint reader. Here’s the verdict:

Although certain aspects such as the slow 4200RPM hard drive, lack of internal optical drive, and merely satisfactory screen…Even despite the cons, there are more than enough pros to tip the scales in the opposite direction: the unit’s light weight, excellent build quality and aesthetics, and commendable battery life

[via NotebookReview]