Summary: Had this for a while now. It is long in the tooth, and a bit slow - even with ram maxed out at the 4 gig level. Too bad it didn't support 8 gigs. The high res screen with the Nvidia vid is exceptional. When you buy this old it can be a bit of a gamble. It appears I was fairly lucky. The battery must have been changed at some point as it hold a charge very very well! Thanks much to the seller!
Summary: This is a sturdy machine with some limitations. I bought it to replace a great little Gateway-Emachines unit that I used just for internet surfing (when its USB ports finally broke away from their welded position on the main board). The Dell machine is a bit more sturdy, but will not accept 64-bit operating systems, and therefore is limited to about 3.25 gigs of useable memory. My old Emachines unit worked with XP 64 and recognized a full 4 gigs of memory.
Summary: This laptop was grate for $110 dollars. It came just like the seller said it would. My only problem is the amount of memory is less then what I imagine. It was about 55GB while the title said 80GB. It came with Microsoft word, so it was cool. Overall very good product.
Summary: The computer was a gift and it worked well at first and then it just completely went blank (screen). The seller did give me the option of sending it back for a free evaluation and lower cost repair since I bought it from them. With an evaluation from a local/friend, it appeared as though the mother board and sound card (?) were no longer functional.