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Dell studio Laptop

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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
Hi everyone, not very clued up when it comes to laptops so please tell me what you think of the following deal:

Studio 1535 Intel Core 2 Duo T9300 (2.5GHz)
Fixed Internal 8X DVD+/-RW Drive
Hard Drive 160GB Serial ATA (7200 RPM)
Internal UK English Qwerty Keyboard
Plum Purple Microsatin Finish
Wireless - - Dell Wireless 1510 (802.11n) Half Mini Card
6 cell 56W HR LI-ION Battery
Remote Control
English Genuine Windows Vista SP1 Ultimate
Dual Channel 4.0GB (2x2048) 667 MHz
Dell Wireless 370 Bluetooth Module
3 years dell warranty and a free laptop case!

Total 696.59
Display 15.4in Widescreen WUXGA Truelife
256MB ATI Mobility RADEON HD 3450
2.0 Mega pixel Integrated Web Camera
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago

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Good specs machine, not sure about the build of laptop as haven't seen physically. Try XPS as it may be stronger build and would be nice to have NVIDIA graphics instead. finger print reader is handy tool to have too.
The T9300 is one of intel's fastest core 2 duo mobile processors so it could cause the laptop to get fairly hot and drain the battery more quicker than a slower one. I don't know how much the difference is though.

Likewise the screen, it's a very high resolution for the size of screen so everything, especially text, is going to be rather small. It does mean you can fit a lot of stuff on it, and it'll probably feel more spacious than a lower resolution screen of the same size but this is another case where you shouldn't automatically go for the higher number. (on desktops, WUXGA is the resolution used by 23"-28" screens)

The graphics card is low-end but at £700 you're not going to get anything else.

If it suits you then it seems like a pretty good price for the spec.
thanks for the reply, so good spec for the price?

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