Dell Latitude D520 Video
The Dell Latitude D520's satisfying combination of speed, battery life, features and price will serve basic business users well. CNET's Michelle Thatcher checks out the new notebook.
The Dell Latitude D630 can't go wrong with corporate users, because it integrates Intel's latest mobile platform with a business-friendly feature set and lengthy extended battery.
A good choice for business travelers, the Dell Latitude D410 is light, long-lived, and quick with basic office tasks.
The Dell Latitude 10 offers excellent battery life, and costs less than many other Windows 8 tablets.
With upgraded specs and a sturdier design, the Latitude D810 is a smart choice for businesses in search of a well-rounded desktop replacement.
The Dell Latitude X1 squeezes everything a business user will need (except for an integrated optical drive) into a sleek, featherweight case.
A total revamp of Dell's ubiquitous business laptop line, the Latitude E6400 offers Intel's latest Centrino 2 mobile platform and introduces a brushed-metal design that works at home or the office, but the real highlight here is the long battery life.
For businesses that put budgets before bells and whistles, the reasonably priced HP Compaq nx7400 offers a functional design, decent performance and battery life, and enough features for basic corporate users.
The mainstream Dell Latitude D510 doesn't excel in any one area but manages to be a good all-around business notebook.
The ThinkPad Z60m offers a solid combination of speed, battery life, and features in a well designed though not particularly portable case.