I got my Dell

Spending just $2,283, I got a new Dell Inspiron 510m with Pentium M, 512 RAM, DVD ReWrite, Leather Bag, 128 Memory Key and free delivery. Plus, HP 1315 multi-printer, which I bought separately. What a price.

It is considerably budget price for a Centrino laptop.

Check out the reviews for Dell Centrino 510M:"Observers of the notebook scene will have long concluded that Dell can make thoroughly worthy mid-range products, and the Inspiron 510m is further evidence of this. Of its kind, the 510m is notably well equipped. If you're happy to trade off size and weight for flexibility and connectivity, you might as well get the works -- and with parallel, serial, dual USB, IEEE 1394, infrared, SVGA, PC Card, modem and 10/100 Ethernet, there's not a lot you can't plug in except a PS/2 keyboard or mouse."

"Dell's Inspiron range of notebooks goes from the mobile to the desktop replacement. The latest addition to the line-up, the twin-spindle Inspiron 510M, sits at the higher weight limit of what you might consider 'mobile'. Although Dell claims it to be thin and light, this laptop is still pretty heavy to carry around all day, weighing a hefty 2.7kg. But it looks good in its silver and grey finish."

"The Inspiron 510m differs somewhat to Dell's normal Inspiron range in that it’s targeted at the small business user market, without being one of Dell’s fully fledged business notebooks. In terms of design and features it’s very similar to the Inspiron 5000 range, but with some key changes."

"Dell has made a name for itself in the notebook arena, and we were therefore very keen on putting the Inspiron 510M through its paces. "


Anymatters Tuesday, 15 November, 2005  

You know what, there has been a big regret actually.
At the moment, with the same price I can buy a better performance Dell.
I should have held buying until today.
(a regret always comes after)

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