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*Dell Latitude X300
Overall Assessment/Reviews ...Good to Very Good
The Dell's Latitude X300, coming in at just under 3 pounds, is light-weight and very fast. This device features the Pentium M 738 (1.4 GHz) processor and instead of the usual 256MB RAM found in most similar notebooks - it has double the RAM (640MB) - maybe this explains why it's so fast.
This Dell notebook computer has an excellent keyboard and a good 12.1" LCD Display with Intel Extreme 2 integrated graphics.
The major drawbacks of the Latitude X300 would be the lack of an internal optical drive and poor battery life. Making a purchase of the MediaBase docking station almost mandatory if you want extra battery life and you want to experience the full functions of this very good little ultra-light notebook.
It does have a handy external power gauge that lets you test the remaining battery life without turning on the device. It also features a FireWire port and an SD Card slot.
Microsoft Windows XP Professional and a 3 years warranty is included. Good Dell service and support.
Battery Life: 2.5 hours
Size: 9.2" Width X 8.7" Height X 1.1" Depth @ 3 pounds
Cons: Poor battery life, lacks an intergrated optical drive.
Pros: Great screen and keyboard, very fast and light-weight, extremely versatile when combined with the MediaBase Dock.
Conclusion: Buying the Latitude X300 and its MediaBase Dock will provide a versatile, full functioned notebook that's ultra light and very fast. Worth considering by any mobile professional out there.
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