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Dell Latitude E6540 review: Windows 7 lives on in this business-class desktop replacement

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  • Dell Latitude E6540
    2.5/5
    $1,479.00
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    This Windows 7-powered behemoth is fine for desks, but it’s not ideal for travel.

At a Glance

This Windows 7-powered behemoth is fine for desks, but it’s not ideal for travel.

Price when rated: $1479
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Pros

  • Four USB 3.0 ports
  • Very good battery life
  • Three-year on-site warranty

Cons

  • Heavy and bulky
  • Very small touchpad
  • Small hard drive (and no SSD)
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