If you are having trouble with your Dell Latitude E6400, but don't know exactly what the problem is, go to the troubleshooting page for help.
Background and Identification
The Dell Latitude E6400 was Dell's mainstream corporate 14.1" notebook introduced in August 2008. It used Intel Core 2 Duo Chips. The RAM is expandable to 8GB, and could come with a Core 2 Duo up to the T9900 (3.06GHz) as a BTO option. It was discontinued in late April 2010, and replaced by the Latitude E6410. The new E6410 offers Intel's new i5 and i7 arrendale chips. These new i5 and i7 arrendale processors are the same ones used in Apple's 15" and 17" MacBook Pro.
Additional Tech Specs:
- WXGA LED display with anti-glare a maximum resolution of 1280x800 pixels.
- Intel GMA graphics accelerator 4500MHD or NVIDIA graphics card Quadro NVS 160M 256MB
- DVD burner
- Wi-Fi connectivity
- Integrated webcam
- 3G connectivity (Optional)
- Fingerprint reader