Dell Latitude E6220 Core i5 2nd Gen 12.5” 2.4GHz 4GB 250GB Windows 10 Home 64bit

Dell Latitude E6220 Core i5 2nd Gen 12.5” 2.4GHz 4GB 250GB Windows 10 Home 64bit

Availability: 50 In stock


£399 Incl. VAT

SKU: DELLE6220-CI5-4GB-250GB-WIN10H64

This a refurbished Dell Latitude E6220 Laptop which is in 100%  working order and we provide  1 Year Return to base Hardware Warranty, It may have some scratches/sign of usage/wear&tear

50 in stock

This Dell Latitude E6220 Notebook PC comes with an 2.4GHz Intel Core i5-2520M Processor, 4GB RAM  250GB HDD , 12.5-inch HD display,, and Microsoft Windows 10 Home (64-bit) Operating System.

For a 12-inch subnotebook, the E6220 is a little on the chunky side (over 3 pounds), but for good reason – the thing is built like a tank, thanks to its “Tri-Metal construction”, which we took to mean its liberal use of anodized aluminum, ABS plastic, and powder-coated magnesium alloy. There is absolutely no flex in the keyboard, palm rests, touchpad, or screen hinges. Unfortunately, although the LCD screen is protected by a half-inch thick, matte-black padded bumper, the screen can still be flexed by a millimeter or two when grasped on both sides and flexed back and forth, causing distortions in the LCD’s image. For a laptop intended to be rugged enough for everyday use on the move, one would have thought that Dell would have better protected perhaps its most important component. Additionally, the brushed-metal screen lid looks great, but tends to scratch easily and trap fingerprints, and requires a good scrubbing every now and then to keep clean

The presence of the large battery protruding from the back of the E6220 forced Dell to devote most of its ports and connections to the left and right sides of the case (an unintentionally good decision, because most users do not like to reach behind their laptop during regular use, and the computer becomes usable ambidextrously). The exceptions to this rule, however, are the power connector and the Ethernet jack, which are placed on either side of the battery on the rear edge of the case. Again, a good decision on the part of Dell’s product designers – in the IT/corporate setting, when laptops are anchored to AC power and wired Ethernet, both kinds of cabling almost always feeds in from behind one’s desk.

Despite the limitations on placement imposed by the size of its battery, the Latitude E6220 is no slouch in the “port options” department. The left side of the laptop (progressing from the rear to the front) contains a legacy VGA port, a combination eSATA/USB 2.0 port, a combination headphone/microphone jack, followed by a stacked module containing an SD card and smart card slot after the exhaust ventilation slot.

On the right side of the laptop, again progressing from the rear to the front are a single HDMI slottwo USB 2.0 ports, the WiFi ‘radio toggle switch’, followed by a 34mm ExpressCard slot.

The Latitude E6220 usually comes pre-installed with one of the many Windows 7 variants, and in our case, the review sample had Windows 7 Professional. Windows Vista and Ubuntu 10.10 are also available options during pre-purchase configuration. In addition to the base operating system, the device has pre-installed drivers, and comes with Microsoft Office 2010 Starter, as well as a 30-day trial of Trend Micro Worry-Free Business Services. Although the copy of Office 2010 is potentially useful, Trend Micro’s software isn’t; Avast Antivirus provides similar, if not better, capabilities as a free antivirus solution, and Symantec Endpoint Protection is currently one of the best available paid solutions for a pure antivirus program. Additionally, the Intel Pro/Set Wireless software included with the driver installation for the notebook proves to be redundant in practice; with Windows 7 having brought many new and convenient network features to the end-user, additional (poorly designed, mind you, from an interaction standpoint) user interfaces for common tasks like wireless connections are confusing and unnecessary, especially when they provide little to no added functionality over the base Windows configuration windows

The Dell Latitude E6220 comes with only one display option, a “12.5-inch HD Anti-Glare” LCD with a native resolution of 1366×768, slightly above the 16:9 aspect ratios of typical HD displays. While a subnotebook of these dimensions isn’t exactly aimed at graphics professionals requiring perfect color reproduction, it’s reassuring to see that Dell did a decent job selecting its display.

    • Operating system: Microsoft Windows 10 Home
    • Processor:Intel Core i5- 2.4GHz 2nd Gen
    • RAM: 4GB
    • Storage: 250GB HDD
    • Optical drive: None
    • Graphics: Integrated Intel HD Graphics 3000
    • Sound: Integrated HD Audio
    • Display Screen Size: 12.5 inches
    • Display Type: HD anti-glare LED
    • Display Resolutions: 1366 x 768
    • Networking: Gigabit Ethernet 10/100/1000
    • Slots: ExpressCard/54, SmartCard Reader
    • Ports: 3 USB 2.0, 1 eSATA/USB combo, RJ-45, stereo headphone/mic combo jack, docking connector, VGA, HDMI
    • Laptop Battery: 4-cell Lithium-Ion
    • Model: Latitude E6220
    • Built in Camera: Optional
    • Package contents: Laptop and AC Adapter
    • Wi-Fi
    • Dimensions: 1.3 inches high X 13.9 inches wide X 9.5 inches deep
    • Weight: 4.6 lbs




Processor Type

Intel Core i5

CPU Speed

2.4 GHz

Hard Drive


Ram Installed

4 GB

Graphics Card

On Board Graphics

Operating System

Windows 10 Home 64Bit

Optical Drive

No optical drive





Charger / Cable

Laptop Charger

Software Media

Pre-Installed (No Disk)


1 Year Return to Base Warranty


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