The security of the laptop is the major concern for IT pros. Nothing can be worse than data corruption from spills, tech complications or drops. You can enter Dell’s Latitude e6400 XFR next-gen platform. These laptops are made to meet the needs of customers like the military, field service technicians and those who need systems that meet MIL-STD 810F specs which include drop tests, temperature extremes, sea fog, explosive environments and thermal shock. Dell calls this machine ‘Ballistic Armor Protection System.’ It is a shell made from a material called PR481. This material is used in aircraft, military applications, and other extreme environments.

What is so great about PR481?

This material has twice the impact strength of magnesium alloy. It has 25% higher drop specification than any computer in its class. It can be dropped from a height of four feet with the system closed and can survive a three-foot drop test with the laptop operating and LCD open. It provides structural stability at extreme temperatures. Dell uses PrimoSeal Technology. This technology uses compression gaskets which protect the machine from dust and moisture.

Features of Dell e6400 XFR

  • They have extended field-use batteries that have ExpressCharger. This lets you charge the laptop faster and as many times as you want.
  • This model is 15% thinner and 5% lighter than the previous model.
  • It has in-vehicle docking solutions, rugged battery slice, and I/O adapters.
  • It as a 14.1-inch wide display with DirectVue Technology.
  • It allows the user to work in direct sunlight.

A survey result has revealed that 28% employees accidentally drop laptops. This new model from Dell will reduce the risk of damage if the laptop is dropped suddenly.

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