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I am a tech and I have been working with Dell latitudes for years. I would highly recommend this laptop. If I had the $$ right now I would buy one myself. That is a great price. You can always upgrade the HDD and Ram later. If you looking for a quality laptop that will stand the test of time you can't go wrong with a Dell Latitude.
Work like you don't need the money,
Dance like no one is watching,
Love like you've never been hurt.
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rgfitz wrote:Thanks for selling this Woot.
It motivated me go to the Crucial website and order:
CT1725319 128GB Crucial m4 2.5-inch SATA 6Gb/s (SATA III) Upgrade for a Dell Latitude D531 System
I had been putting it off for months.
I've replaced some HDs with SSDs in D620s and D630s and my users say it's like a whole new machine. I can probably keep them in service for another 2 years for $150 (or less) each.
Listen to me now, or hear me say "I told you so" later.
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rjolly87 wrote:This notebook hits almost all the checkboxes I have been looking for in a laptop:
Option of dock
Built like a Tank
Only checkbox it missed:
16:9 Screen (I prefer 4:3 myself)
If it wasn't number two on my priority list, right behind replacing a 32" CRT TV, I would be all over this. I do take comfort in one fact though,
Newegg has the exact same build for $20 more. This has me thinking these will hang around for a bit.
And I also can personally attest on the build quality of Lattitudes, still rocking a C600. Comes in at 7 lbs strong, and is still suitable for light web cruising. Not counting it runs XP great, and older games like Roller Coaster Tycoon and MOO2.
I will probably be on the lookout for one of these when it comes up again.
i3 quad thread.
Good find woot, must resist. I got a 64gb ssd for a d830 with only 2gb of ram and 2.0 dual core, but that thing screams.
Please don't delete this post, I am trying, honest!