Dell Ultra Mobile refurb Latitude D410 Centrino 2.0 Ghz - £317.48 Delivered 3yr Warranty - HotUKDeals
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Dell Latitude D410 Centrino 2.0 Ghz Laptop, 1Gig RAM, 80, CDRW/DVD, NIC, 56K Modem, Wireless WiFi, Win XP Pro.

Refurbished by Dell - excellent condition with 3 YEARS REMAINING DELL RTB WARRANTY

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#1
that's a cracker...wish I had money. Shame it's 10000g in weight though :giggle:
#2
LOL!!! 10Kg don't really associated with the word "portable" right?

Anyhow the photo isn't showing a D410. I have a D410 and it's much better looking than the one in photo and doesn't weight 10Kg
#3
wiltonson
LOL!!! 10Kg don't really associated with the word "portable" right?

Anyhow the photo isn't showing a D410. I have a D410 and it's much better looking than the one in photo and doesn't weight 10Kg


The photo is actually D410. It's just the grey (and not black) version of it. And 10kg is probably the weight of the whole package...
#4
it's still a cracking deal for an ultra portable with 3 year warranty and from a known brand i.e. Dell

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#5
I have a 420, I'm using it now.

It has reinforced my view that that I'll never buy another dell again.

The 'mouse drift' I had in my first dell laptop 6 years ago also occurs in this model and has never occurred in any other laptop.

It also runs hot and has such a mish mash of poorly supported hardware that not even the windows kernel puts it into hibernate or suspend each time.

I won't talk about the screen or how the batter on a brand new laptop is loose.
[mod]#6
Dell D410 weighs 1.7 kg

Use manual and specs Here
#7
kemot1984
The photo is actually D410. It's just the grey (and not black) version of it. And 10kg is probably the weight of the whole package...


The picture is of the older D400, no way that's a D410 - aside from it not being the right colour, it's physically not correct either.

Not a bad little machine, feels solid and I rarely see any issues with them. Main annoyances for me consist of the relatively low resolution screen, lack of onboard optical drive and single core.

John
#8
kemot1984
The photo is actually D410. It's just the grey (and not black) version of it. And 10kg is probably the weight of the whole package...


Incorrect. The photo is actually showing D400 i.e. the older model which doesn't look sleek at all.

D420 is the latest version of this range which is a widescreen version of the D410.

Whether the package is 10Kg I have no idea. Mine D410 package doesn't weight 10Kg as far as I remember. The laptop itself is only 1.7Kg so why the whole package would weight another 8Kg? My Dell desktop package however does weight around 10Kg.
#9
I think it's safe to say the quoted weight is wrong, even with the dock it's nowhere close to 10kg.

D420 isn't quite the latest version of this range, it's a bit of a change in direction as it's sort of a mix between the D4xx series and the Latitude X1 - the D400 and D410 both use 2.5 inch hard drives plus standard processors whereas the D420 is only available with the lower voltage mobile processors and frustratingly a 1.8 inch hard drive. I can't say I like the design on the D420 either as virtually none of the ports seem to be accessible when it's docked, the 1.8 inch drive is also a pain in the neck when doing data recovery or swapping machines - with the D400/D410 you could swap the drive into a D600/D610 without issue to get the user up and running while their laptop was repaired but you can't do that with the D420.

John
#10
Johnmcl7

Main annoyances for me consist of the relatively low resolution screen, lack of onboard optical drive and single core.

John


Have to agree with those points. Plus 1.7Kg nowadays isn't that wonderful anymore, lots of ultra portable laptop around this weight or lighter and has build in DVDwriters , etc.
#11
Defintely a picture of a D400. But I wonder if they have got the picture or the spec wrong?

This is a good price, but a centrino processor and that old intel logo - seems it was like such a long time ago lol. Latest model is D430.
#12
Hmmm D430. Didn't know they got a new one out since I helped my friend to buy his D420 less than 6 months ago.
#13
I was wondering the same, the spec looks slightly more like a D410 but then again the 2Ghz processor could be the 755 or the 760 as both machines could take a 2Ghz processor.

John
#14
wiltonson
Hmmm D430. Didn't know they got a new one out since I helped my friend to buy his D420 less than 6 months ago.


It's fairly recent, updated to the Santa Rosa platform I believe - seen a few D630s but you'd be hard pushed to tell the difference between them and teh D620s, they are almost identical. By far the smallest change there's been in the series.

John
#15
Johnmcl7
It's fairly recent, updated to the Santa Rosa platform I believe - seen a few D630s but you'd be hard pushed to tell the difference between them and teh D620s, they are almost identical. By far the smallest change there's been in the series.

John


I don't think the D430 ever moved up to SR - still using GMA 950 last time i checked, just updated to Core 2 Duo i think?

The Latitude series have always been pretty good though. :thumbsup:
#16
Yep, you're quite right - only its bigger siblings were given that update. Definitely agree with you on the Latitudes, they don't look that great for home use but I find them to be solid business machines - had a Latitude in recently which as my workmate put it "looked as if it had been bounced across a minefield" which was pretty accurate. Still worked fine though!

Worth bearing in mind the D410 (as with all the D series) supports the D series docking stations which is very handy if using this machine at a desktop.

John

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