Ultrabooks are, in a word, cool. They’re slim, flashy, and lightweight, yet they’re rather powerful and offer users a laptop that can do it all in a form factor that begs to be touched and carried around (especially if it’s a convertible ultrabook, in which case the unit can double as a high-powered tablet). Business-class laptops tend to be the opposite. With all due respect, business machines are often almost comically boxy and dull, offering the bare essentials in terms of looks and performance. The Dell Latitude 6430u ultrabook falls somewhere in between...
Dell Latitude 6430u: An Ultrabook That's All Business
Cover ultrabook finished rubberized plastic, the center panel is placed a metal ring logo Dell.
Worst laptop I've ever had. Its fan is running nonstop after 2min of either using a browser or just keep it idle. You cannot use it in a quiet environment without driving everyone crazy with the noise.
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