Summary: I purchased to replace a Dell 17inch. I am very pleased with the quality of this laptop. I have simple computing needs. Mostly for creating personal Word documents, storing files, and photos. Most of my internet browsing and email I use an iPad or phone.
Summary: Great pc, light up key board, fast processor. Not has good as a Sony and about 4 times as fast as the bottom line laptop. only complaint is the touch pad is a little cheap. Light compact amd made well.
but in time this will handle just fine. Dell has it figured out so there isn't ...
Leslie Howell, Amazon
4 weeks ago
Summary: I was used to a little smaller laptop, but in time this will handle just fine. Dell has it figured out so there isn't anything that can go wrong that the machine is backed up to fix if need be.
Summary: Great substitute for any gaming desktop when you're on the go and great for students. Laptop also has very good battery life. I can get just about 5 days with medium-heavy use at school. Only con is the screen resolution but the amazing battery life and specs make up for it.
Summary: I bought this straight from Dell. Have had it for about 1.5 years. It doesn't have the touchscreen feature by choice (it feels awkward and seems dumb; seriously, it looks weird typing then having to poke the screen that can move backwards with a tap, making you have to hold the screen).
Summary: 100% recommend the article responsible seller, the laptop has the features announced by the same window 8 64bit, AMD10 processor 4 cores, 8 gb of ram, 1tb hard drive dynamic, DVD player. Good price performance ratio.
Summary: Fantastic computer for a great deal. Two things bother me, but nothing I can't live with. The 1st is that because it has a number pad, the keyboard seems squished and takes some getting used to.