Some of the noticeable upgrades in the Latitude E6410, E6510 and E6410 ATG (pictured above) include upgrades to Intel Core i5/i7 processors, DDR3 memory and high-definition screens.
Dell also tries to sell the eco-factor, noting that 85% of an E-series laptop can be recycled. These Dell notebooks also feature more energy-efficient displays and halogen-free motherboards.
All three of the new Latitude notebooks have a free-fall sensor to prevent data loss from being dropped, a built-in 3-megapixel camera, and the option for discrete NVIDIA NVS 3100M 512MB graphics. As far as screen size, the E6510 is the largest with a 15.6-inch display, whereas the other two have 14.1-inch screens. But the E6410 ATG stands out as a semi-rugged professional machine, built for higher durability from shock, higher altitudes and extreme temperatures.
The E6410 starts at $1,129, with the E6510 selling for $1,164 and the E6410 ATG going for $2,229.