Dell Latitude D810


The Notebook Lab here at is currently full of business and professional class notebooks, but don't fret, we will get to some interesting consumer class designs soon. In the meantime though, there is still plenty to keep us busy, including our latest arrival, Dell's new business powerhouse - the Latitude D810.  The Dell Latitude D810 sports an Intel Pentium-M processor with 2MB of L2 cache (Dothan core), riding on the i915PM chipset, with ATI Radeon X300 or X600 powered graphics.

Dell Latitude D810
_Designed for Intel Pentium-M/Intel 90nm Dothan Pentium-M with 2MB On-Die L2 Cache
_Supports 533MHz FSB

_Intel 915PM/ICH6-M Chipset

_Two 200-pin SODIMM sockets
_Supports DDR2 400/533 Unbuffered Non-ECC memory
_Supports maximum memory capacity up to 2GB

_ATI Mobility Radeon X300 PCI Express X16 w/64MB
_ATI Mobility Radeon X600 PCI Express X16 w/128MB

Intel ICH6-M South Bridge:
- 1 x ATA 100/66
- 2 x SATA 100/66
- 30GB/40GB/60GB/80GB Ultra ATA HDD (all 5400ROM except 30GB only in 4200RPM and 60GB in 5400RPM and 7200RPM)
- Modular Bay device

_Broadcom Gigabit
_Intel 2200BG (802.11 b/g) Wireless Lan
_56K v.92 Fax/modem

_15.4" WXGA TFT LCD (native 1280 x 800)
_15.4" UltraSharp WSXGA+ TFT LCD (native 1680 x 1050)
_15.4" UltraSharp WUXGA TFT LCD (native 1920 x 1200)

_Compatible with AC'97 2.3
_Built in dual speakers

External I/O Connectors
_1 x Power port
_1 x Lock jack
_1 x PCMCIA slot
_1 x Modem jack
_1 x Ethernet jack
_1 x microphone jack
_1 x headphone jack
_1 x VGA-out port
_1 x S-video port
_1 x serial port
_1 x Smart Card Reader
_4 x USB 2.0/1.1

Dimension and Weight
_~ 14.2" x 10.3" x 1.6"
_Starts at 6.49 lbs.


Measuring in at 14.2" x 10.3" x 1.6" and with a weight starting at 6.49 pounds (our sample weighed just under 7.5 lbs.), the Latitude D810 effectively phases out the older D800, which will probably be discontinued soon.  This new notebook from Dell continues a design that offers a performance workhorse for the professional, which is why it is the least compact and most performance driven design from the current Latitude line. Obviously, this notebook is not designed for constant mobility, unless you just plan to move it around for the occasional presentation or business trip. Any mobility requirements beyond something that, and we would recommend looking at another, smaller and more portable, model.

Tags:  Dell, ATI, Latitude, itu, D810

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