$750 Off $1499 Notebook Coupon Deal for 6/21/2005 – 6/23/2005

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Coupon Code: 827$?P5TXTCK4T

Inspiron Coupon: Begins 6/21/05 8:00am CST through 6/23/05 5:59am CDT or 11,000 systems (whichever comes first). Limited quantity offer – only 11,000 systems available for purchase with this coupon code. Limited time offer.

Offer is available on these E-value codes or order codes containing the following sequences only: D47AF, i6000a5, i6000a6, 6000a7, i700ma2, i9300a2, i600ma2 and i2200a2

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Valid for new U.S. purchases through Dell Home Systems. Discount is only on specially configured Dell Systems. Instant savings offer is combinable with free shipping. These special configurations are not combinable with other mail-in rebates, percent off or instant dollars off promotions. Reviews for these Dell Laptops:

Inspiron 9300 Review:

The Inspiron 9300 is Dells flagship desktop replacement notebook computer.  Sporting a choice of two 17″ widescreen displays, it is aimed at buyers who desire power and value over ultimate mobility.  Dell took a very different approach with this desktop replacement, however.  With an Intel Pentium M instead of the hot running, power hogging Pentium 4, this laptop is perhaps the smallest, lightest, and longest running 17″ PC notebook available.

Inspiron 700m Review:

The Dell Inspiron 700m sits on the borderline of being an ultraportable (usually determined as a notebook weighing 3 — 4 lbs) notebook and a thin-and-light style notebook (defined as a notebook weighing 4 — 6 lbs).  With a gorgeous 12.1″ widescreen, 4.1 lbs of weight and 1.5 inches of thickness this notebook is certainly small and highly mobile, yet still big enough that is very usable given the widescreen viewing and decent, though not full, sized keyboard it has.  Let’s get on with a full review of the good and the bad of this Inspiron 700m laptop.

Inspiron 6000 Review:

The Dell Inspiron 6000 is Dell’s first notebook to be released that includes the latest Intel Sonoma platform.  The Inspiron 6000 is a 15.4″ widescreen notebook that best acts as a desktop replacment since it weighs about 7lbs.  With a price of around $1500 when configured with a Pentium M 730 1.6GHz processor, this notebook offers decent performance to cost ratio, but the look and build is rather underwhelming overall.

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Example Opinion:

Pros: For a inexpesive portable solution that weights in under 6lbs with options and a 15″ display it’s a fantastic buy. Just make sure you load it up with at least 512 and be smart and do a single 512 so you can upgrade it. I think the overall performance is pretty decent much better than I ever expected to get.

Cons: Keyboard is a bit small and layout is kinda crowded. It seems that there was plenty of room for them to work wiht to put a nicer larger keyboard in. Key’s are a bit klunky and fingers sometimes snag the bottom of the key’s on an upstroke. Just be carefull thats all. I dont know how this thing would hold up to an accident and I dont really care to know. I use a neopreen slip case to move it from place to place. Last but deffinitely not least no mic, no serial, no IR, no Bluetooth and only 1 PCMCIA. Be carefull to ensure all of your existing periphrials support USB or you have a serial to usb adapter, otherwise it aint going to work. Just some things to consider and what you do put up with for paying less. I’m sure someone here could give you allot more reasons not to get one but, I’m overall very happy with it.



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