E6410 Owner's Thread

Discussion in 'Dell Latitude, Vostro, and Precision' started by dezoris, Apr 12, 2010.

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  1. carlaron

    carlaron Notebook Enthusiast

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    Does anybody know how the speakers compare to old D600? Jaja, I am outdated, but that machine still works fine... (a little shabby though) ;-)

    Other topic:

    What are the major drawbacks, problems of the E6410? And Why?
     
  2. der_brennesel

    der_brennesel Notebook Geek

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    mine just went into production :)
     
  3. WillianG83

    WillianG83 Notebook Enthusiast

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    on the manual it is specified that 4.3lb is the minimum weight
     
  4. dezoris

    dezoris Notebook Consultant

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    4.78 on my scale.
     
  5. hockeyfan39

    hockeyfan39 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Perfect thank you very much for the information thats pretty nice and light for a 9 cell battery configuration. According to those manuals the e6410 minimum weight is 4.3 compared to e6510 minimum weight 5.75. So that would put the e6510 around 6.2lb for the 9 cell version. Makes me lean further towards just getting the e6410 version. I just like the full hd resolution available on the 6510. Not sure if its worth the extra weight to haul around though.
     
  6. missedtackle

    missedtackle Notebook Enthusiast

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    Thanks, that answered my question. So it's definitely lighter than the Thinkpad T410 (almost 5 lb with a 6 cell battery).
     
  7. hockeyfan39

    hockeyfan39 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Looks like it is Lighter then the Thinkpad T410 but if you wanted a lighter option for the Thinkpad's i believe they offer the T410s, which is slimmer and lighter.
     
  8. dezoris

    dezoris Notebook Consultant

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    This is a heads up for anyone building images for the E6410/M4500/E6510.
    DO NOT include the free fall sensor software driver before running sysprep for system cloning.

    In the middle of the restore as sysprep adds registry entries and drivers back the idiotic software pops in the middle prompting for a reboot because it found a new drive before sysprep finishes.
     
  9. John Ratsey

    John Ratsey Moderately inquisitive Super Moderator

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    That's 2.17kg. Can you please remind us of your specs.eg battery, optical drive and GPU option?

    I would need to leave out the optical drive on my E6400 to get down to that weight.

    John
     
  10. missedtackle

    missedtackle Notebook Enthusiast

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    You're right, and it's definitely on my list... but the T410s has bad battery life, not to mention the fact that no one has been able to procure a version with discrete graphics.
     
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