Dell Laptops

This week, we are going to start our discussion on laptops. As you know, there are many different companies that produce and sale laptops. You have probably asked the same question I have asked myself many times, which one should I get? Over the next few weeks, we hope to show you the many different features available on laptops and what to expect out of them.
This week we are going to talk about Dell laptops. Dell has been in business since 1988. Dells’ founder started his business, then PC Limited, from the idea of selling personal computers (PC) to the public. By 1993, Dell was an international corporation. Through the years, Dell has made many useful devices. Dell also gives schools and businesses big discounts. Today Dell sells desktop computers, servers, printers, scanners, storage devices, and of course laptops.

There are 2 types of laptops Dell sells; the netbook and the notebook or laptop. We will be looking at the laptop. Dell has 16 laptop models available for public purchase. The operating systems range from Windows Vista to the new Windows 7. Dell also has a wide variety of screen sizes ranging from 11.6 – 17.3 inches. Keep in mind the screens are measured diagonally like televisions, not by width. The battery life on Dell laptops are impressive ranging 3-9 hours. The battery life, like all things that use battery, depends on the amount of time the device is in use and what is being done on the device. For instance of you are watching a DVD on the laptop, then the battery will use more to power the device. If you are typing a document, then not much battery is used. Dell laptops also range in prices. Starting at $349.99 you can get a laptop that will do all you need. If you are a gamer, then you may want to look at Alienware Dell sales. The Alienware computers start at $799.99.

With 20+ years of computer design, productions, and sales Dell knows a thing or two about what customers what out of a computer. In the product review later this week, we will be comparing the Dell Inspiron 1764. You will see that this laptop is a good all around machine for home, office, or school.

Until next time, happy teching!

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