|Screen Size||15 inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||720 pixels|
|Processor||2.1 GHz Core i3-2310M|
|RAM||6 GB DDR3|
|Hard Drive||640 GB|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel HD Graphics 3000|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||4|
Dell Inspiron i15RN5110-7126DBK 15-Inch Laptop (Intel Core i3-2310M 2.1Ghz, 6GB DDR3 Memory, 640GB Hard drive,Blu-Ray player,BlueTooth, Windows 7 Home Premium) Diamond Black [Discontinued By Manufacturer]
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Pros: Everything about the computer. It's fast, plenty of storage, and there is very little bloatware that is easily uninstallable. The chiclet keyboard is amazing and it even has the NUMPAD. The mouse pad is a perfect size and the clickers don't click, they are the kind that don't really make a sound at all. It even has 3 buttons on the top right corner of the keyboard that allow for quick access to some settings such as volume and brightness, I am not sure what the middle button does but I think it is a recovery key, and the last button turns off the display in case you need to leave your computer on but would like to save some battery. The battery seems to last quite a while on a full charge, but it's no ultrabook. The computer even has 2 USB 3.0 ports for when that goes viral. The 720p display is also very stunning.
Cons: Can't think of any. If you want a really light laptop, this may not be for you. It weighs close to 6 pounds. If you want a small laptop, again, this may not be for you since it is a 15.6" computer. However, for 430 dollars this is the bang for your buck.
Overall this computer is absolutely amazing just as the title suggests. When I saw this deal, I did not hesitate to hit that BUY NOW button at all. Definitely worth rating 5 stars.
With the old computer, I was well into a very lengthy process of ripping an extensive music collection. When the old unit died, I still had some seven hundred compact discs of music to go, and frankly, I wondered whether the laptop optical drive was up to the task. In hindsight, it was.
Another dilemma was how to retrieve the substantial amount of data files, photos, as well as old converted camcorder video files from the old computer-about 400GB worth. I solved the transfer with purchase of a ...
Mediasonic HF2-SU3S2 ProBox 4 Bay Hard Drive Enclosure with USB 3.0 & eSATA
...which was difficult to work with as a USB 3.0 unit at first, but now, file transfers back and forth are phenominally fast when the DELL is hooked up to the MEDIASONIC PROBOX. I have four Seagate Barracuda HDDs in the USB PROBOX.
With this unit two USB 3.0 ports come along with it (these are downward compabile to USB 2.0, if needed), together with a third 2.Read more ›
However, this particular model has a defective HDD. On the very first day I received this, it made a clicking sound followed by beep sound. I googled little bit, and it was a common symptom. Although it looks like not all units are defective (of course), but some units, especially those equipped with Samsung HDD, are defective. But it looked like it's okay, because clearly, it will be repaired at no charge under the warranty.
And this is where all this went crazy. I contacted Dell right away, and it took me two whole weeks to convince them that this is defective and needs to be repaired. They sent me an empty box, it took a couple days. I sent it back with my laptop in it, it took a couple days. They repaired it, it took three days. They sent it back to me, it took three days. Now finally I received the unit yesterday, and BOOM! It still BEEPS and CLICKS.
Apparently, they changed a motherboard, when I specifically said it looks like HDD problem. They said they "extensively tested" before they shipped this, but I highly doubt that.
So bottom line is this:
If your unit is not defective, I'm sure this is a very good laptop. The screen is little average, but not less than what you will expect at this price.
But if your unit IS defective, you're gonna have baaaaaaaaaaad time. I spent weeks and weeks with headache to simply replace the HDD under warranty, and it still didn't happen. They took it from me for more than a week and they replaced the motherboard. What a hilarious service!
Maybe I'm overgeneralizing, but Dell has horrible customer service. My advice is: either hope that you won't need any kind of service, or don't buy Dell.
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My grandson is on this more than he should be but has no complaints. He gives it a thumbs up.Published on December 4, 2013 by grandma
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