Dell latitude 3500 reviews
Dell Latitude 3500 is a laptop model aimed at students, students, office staff who are in need of equipping a computer for learning, working and entertainment at basic to advanced levels.
Simple design, not many accents.
The appearance of the Latitude 3500 inherits many features from recent Latitude generations. Still a simple black plastic shell, not too fussy, eye-catching with a few highlights are the contours of the ball running around the body. The rigid shell does not have a creaking effect when pressed hard but is easy to catch sweat and is difficult to clean.
The seams, edges are carefully processed, well done, with little extra detail. Screen hinges are made solid. The body is relatively light, compact when weighing about 2 Kg and maximum thickness of 1.8 cm, gentle enough with a 15.6-inch screen lapop to carry around to work, go to school everyday.
The ports on the device are plentiful with 4 USB ports, including 1 USB Type C 3.1 Gen 1 port that supports Power Delivery and DisplayPort that allows to export 4K quality pictures and charge them. The next two USB ports, the traditional Type A, also have a 3.1 Gen 1 speed, and a PowerShare port with a battery symbol to charge smartphones, smartwatch or smartband even when the phone is turned off. Unfortunately, the last USB port on the right must be a low-speed 2.0, which is only suitable for plugging an external mouse.
The remaining connection ports include HDMI, LAN, headphone and mic combo, SD memory card reader, and the VGA port is becoming increasingly rare on new generation laptops.
The keyboard, the spacious touchpad, the feel of typing, and the mouse drag
Thanks to its large 15.6-inch size, the Latitude 3500's spacious keyboard, comfortable palm rest, long typing are less prone to wrist strain. Button bounce, grip, fast typing less sticking words. Flex phenomenon (subsidence) when stressed to be stable. Printed letters on sharp, clear keys. The size of a 15-inch laptop allows the machine to add Numpad numeric keypad for easy data entry and quick calculation.
The keyboard has a backlight with enough brightness to work in the night or when there is a lack of light without turning on the table lamp. However, the default keyboard light will turn itself off after a certain amount of time to save battery power and only light up when you type. To reset the keyboard light, you will need to enter the BIOS.