Dell is a little heavy, but it's well built and sturdy.
12 May 2014
Summary: It took some time to get use to using the Dell, it's larger and heavier than my Acer Aspire, but I like it. It seems well made and it should last a long time. It has a start button, i'm very happy about that, so far I haven't found anything to complain about. I like it.
Summary: Was used; had slightly scraped keys(but all keys worked) had small blemishes. Came with XP- so it was good to go right out of the box. Battery sucks- but its used! AC adapter works, computer works. WiFi was set up in less than 5 min.Had it less than a week so I do not know any long term issues but right now its ok to good.Not great, not poor somewhere in the middle. It fits my needs for data backup and storage access (USB and Wifi) so I am happy.
Summary: In checking around for a good, used laptop, I found this one at amazon.com to be the best buy around, considering all the features advertised. I had some questions about the laptop and submitted them to the vendor by email. The vendor answered my questions promptly and to my satisfaction. When I received the laptop it was in excellent condition (no scratches, dents, etc.) and I was very pleased with it.
Summary: Nice laptop and screen size, disappointed it didn't come with a recovery disc like it said. It was extremely slow after windows updates, set up computer before connecting to internet to ask before updating. Do do windows updates or it will become incredibly slow.
Jay Crandall ""The only reason he wears a..., Amazon
15 September 2013
Summary: Well, My Mom needed a laptop that 'wasn't too expensive, but could play the games she wanted' so I figured the old Dell latitude series was a good bet. Purwa Trading had the upscale version of the latitude (The Precision M20) which is noted for being pretty bullet proof, so I ordered it- Now, My Mom,(bless her heart) isn't exactly "Computer savvy", so this was perfect for her!