Excerpt: I just started graduate school and needed a new laptop - so I bought a refurbished dell (and it's pink! gotta love that. I feel a little bit like Reese Witherspoon in Legally Blonde). I paid $350 for it. There's nothing fancy about it - I just need a computer with enough memory and speed to keep up with graduate school..
Excerpt: My family pulled together and got our daughter the Dell Inspiron 14 1440 Laptop for Christmas. The neat thing about Dell is that you can customize your own laptop. We chose to add the Intel Pentium Dual Core T-4300 Processer because of it's reputation, reviews, and speed. The 14" HD screen is really bright and you can contol the brightness by the touch of a button on the keyboard. The high definition audio is really great, as my daughter does love music. It's also...
Excerpt: I bought this computer mainly for school - I HATE writing notes and when you're in a science college class (Anatomy and Physiology for me) you have A LOT of notes to write. I wanted a laptop that was small and light but also had decent specs (CD writer driver, decent processor, expandable RAM, etc.) in case I needed to use it for something else. All-in-all this computer is the perfect choice for that. It's lightweight and fairly small.
Excerpt: Back in 2009 this bad boy was released, It is Based on the Centrino 2 platform, the 1440 packs in a very meaty configuration. A P7350 running at 2.0GHz , 3GB of RAM, a 320GB hard drive and the new ATI Mobility Radeon HD4330 with 512MB of RAM. This bad boy can do whatever you want, Preloaded with windows vista and all the bells and whistles, Easily surf the net, watch a hd video online..