At 13 x 9.4 x 0.8 and 4 pounds, the Latitude 3330 fit easily in our bag without weighing us down, even though it isn’t quite as light as Ultrabooks like the Inspiron 13z (13.07 x 9.05 x 0.82 inches, 3.2 pounds). The base configuration is 0.5 pounds lighter because of its lower-capacity 4-cell battery, but we wouldn’t recommend skimping on battery life to save that amount of weight.
The laptop sports a functional but not unattractive design that we’ve seen before on other low-cost Dell business laptops, like the Vostro V131. The Latitude 3330’s lid doesn’t cover the entire top surface of the chassis, leaving a small end section that elegantly hides the hinges. The aluminum matte silver surface on the lid isn’t fashion-forward, but completely resists fingerprints. The all-black interior and matte silver sides look neat and professional even if they’re not particularly exhilarating.