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Latitude 9410: Visual Guide to your Computer

The following article provides a visual guide to your Latitude 9410 Notebook Computer and lists the external ports and features of your PC.

Front View

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1

Proximity Sensor Receiver

2

Proximity Sensor Emitter

3

IR Emitter

4

Infrared Camera

5

Camera Status LED

6

IR Emitter

7

Ambient Light Sensor (ALS)

8

Display Panel

9

Battery/Diagnostics Status LED

 

 

 

Top View

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1

Power Button w/Fingerprint Reader (Optional).

2

Keyboard

3

Touchpad w/NFC (Optional)

 

 

 

Bottom View

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1

Air Vent

2

Service Tag Location

3

Speakers

 

 

 

Left-Hand Side View

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1

USB 3.2 Gen2 Type-C Connector w/Thunderbolt 3 and PowerDelivery

2

USB 3.2 Gen2 USB Type-C Connector w/Thunderbolt 3

3

HDMI 2.0 Connector

4

USB 3.2 Gen1 Type-A Connector w/PowerShare

5

SmartCard Reader (Optional)

 

 

Right-Hand Side View

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1

Universal Audio Jack Connector

2

uSIM Card Slot (WWAN Only)

3

uSD 4.0 Card Reader

4

USB 3.2 Gen1 Type-A Connector w/PowerShare

5

Wedge-Shaped Security Slot

 

 

AC Adapter View

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(Figure.6 65/90 W Type-C AC Adapter)

USB Type-C 65/90 W

Description

Input Voltage

100 VAC to 240 VAC

Output Current

4.62 A (Continuous)

Output Power

65/90 W

Output Voltage

19.5 VDC

 

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The Dell Latitude series have dropped the initial alphabet in newer model types (as in Latitude 7480 whose predecessor was E7470), and became the successor to the popular Latitude E, D, C, and X series. The Latitudes from the early 1990s up until the C*00 lines weren't in a set "series", instead of going under the models CP and XP with modifiers at the end, e.g.: XPi, CP M233.

In the past, the high-end line was the 6 series, being the C6x0, D6x0, and E64x0 lines, but as of 2015 this line has been discontinued and replaced by both the 5 series and the 7 series. The 15" "Premium" line was the 8 series, until the E-series merged this line with the 6 series (Model numbers being along the lines of C8x0 or D8x0). The entry-level line was the 5 series, but as of 2015 the 5 series and 7 series Latitude laptops are the primary lines of Latitude laptops. The 3 series has replaced the 5 series as the budget line. Dell has also since dropped the E from the Latitude line (due to switching to a USB C/Thunderbolt dock system, rather than the e-Port analog pin-system docks), and the models are delineated by number now, e.g.: Latitude 5480, 5570. The second number in the model (As in, 5470 or 7280) indicates the size of the screen on the laptop

 

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