Dell Laptop Inspiron 6400 Review
This laptop is one ready to retire from our lives: it is at least 5 years old, and some of the specs it has, really point to that direction, but if you still have it and if it still works fine, you can keep using it, of course. However, those who did have it, used a mainstream notebook with a 15.6 inch screen. This was a wide screen using XGA Display with Truelife technology. You probably have been impressed by the speakers, however this notebook wasn't made for the gamers out there.
The hard drive is the modern SATA type, with 120 GB available for you to use as you please. But one can't really use the laptop if there is no operating system, and one can't have any OS running without the proper hardware. That is why this Dell Inspiron 6400 has an 1 GB of RAM installed, type DDR2 SDRAM. Any laptop or computer also needs a processor i for the OS to work: on this machine we have an Intel Core Duo T2400 processor, which is enough for the Windows XP Media Center to run nicely. The battery powering up this notebook is one with 9 cells for a longer lifespan.
This machine has also been sold under the name of Dell Inspiron e1505 via Dell Home, so this should clear things up for you concerning the naming of the Dell laptops, if you ever had any doubts about it.
The outside of the laptop is painted silver, but it has some white bumpers which weren't appealing to everybody – it really depended on each person's preferences.
As you can see this Dell Inspiron had dedicated buttons for the media player plus many other buttons needed on a laptop. The touch pad has horizontal and vertical scrolling areas, which makes the viewing of the websites much ore easy compared to the machines lacking them.
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