Product Type: Dell laptops
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Entering the New Era of Laptops
Dell Inspiron 7500
Member Name: Squeakster
Dell Inspiron 7500
Date: 14/08/01, updated on 14/08/01 (1274 review reads)
Advantages: Large screen for a laptop, Copes with anything!, No extra attachments
Disadvantages: Bulky, Heavy
A year ago I needed to purchase a laptop. With my previous job I had been provided with one, but was entering a job where I needed one.
I began to scout around for a reliable, but 'able to cope with anything' laptop.
Dell have a good reputation and I have had dealings with them in the past, so I looked at their products. They also offer a very good financial service, and as I knew this wasn't going to be cheap I took full advantage of this.
My 7500 is PIII 600mhz processor, 128mb, 13gb hard drive, internal modem, DVD/CDrom drive and floppy.
Everything is inbuilt, no extra attachments are needed. You are provided with a nifty little cable that means you can link your Dell to your TV, turning it into a DVD player!!
A year on and I have had no problems with any of the hardware.
I use software that makes the system work hard (Adobe Photoshop, Dreamweaver, etc) and the Dell Inspiron 7500 takes it all in it's stride.
I have now been provided with a laptop for work use, but I regularly seem to end up using my own.
With some many new moves forward in IT and the new Ghtz processors I thought that I might find myself becoming envious of these new funky machines, but no. The Dell Inspiron 7500 will last me until it, or I die!
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