Before CES 2016, Dell announced a new generation of Latitude 5000 notebook series, equipped with the sixth generation of Intel Core quad-core processor. The Latitude 5000 have two versions, 14-inch (E5470) and 15-inch (E5570).
Today, we will take apart a Dell Latitude E5470. We remind you that the E5470 is equipped with a 14.0-inch Full HD IPS screen (BOE0653), Intel Core i5 6440HQ processor, 8GBs of RAM and 128GB SSD. All of that is accompanied by a 62Wh battery, which lasts up to 17 hours on a single charge.
Looking for more guides from laptopmain.com? Follow us on Facebook for all the latest teardown news.
Laptop model: Dell Latitude E5470, from the nameplate, this notebook supports 60-watt and 90-watt adapter.
Dell Latitude E5470 still retains the docking connector on the back, to meet the complex needs of the office environment.
Loosen eight screws securing the bottom case.
Slowly pry along the edges of the bottom case with a crowbar after unscrewing the screws. Finally, remove the bottom case.
When the case removed, you can get access to the internal components, including battery, SSD, RAM, wireless card and cooling fan.
Dell Latitude E5470 has two RAM slots. This laptop comes with two SK Hynix 4G DDR4 2133 RAM, the total of 8GB.
Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 8260NGW M.2 2230 wireless card, it supports dual-band, 2×2 Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.1.
The laptop comes with a Samsung PM871 128G M.2 SSD. It is Samsung’s low-end product. I have replaced it with a Micron MX 200 512G M.2 SSD.
Dell 62Wh Li-ion battery, Dell P/N: 6MT4T.