On of the most appreciated laptops of 2010 is the Dell XPS 15. This is a midsized multipurpose gadget at an accessible price which is somewhere around $864.00 but for a slightly higher price than what is normal for a midsized machine; there is virtually nothing that this laptop can’t do. The only con there might be is its slightly bigger than usual weight, 6.1 pounds in total.
For starter you have a basic 15.6 inch screen with a native 1366×768 pixel resolution display.
Under the hood you have a dual core 2.4-GHz Intel Core i5 460M processor with a 4 GB internal memory, which unfortunately is upgraded to its maximum. The hard drive offers a total of 500 GB storage room for your data at the speed of 7,200 rpm.
Because it has two interchangeable graphics cards, one meant for gaming, the NVIDIA GT420M GeForce, and a weaker Intel HD Graphics, you can easily use it for entertainment purposes or for work and can be certain that the battery will not be drained uselessly.
Unfortunately the battery life isn’t that brilliant, in total it can give you a 3 hour uninterrupted work period, quite slim for a 15 incher. You can opt for a 9 cell battery pack which will do its job but will bulk up your already heavy machine even more.
In its included features you can find an integrated DVDRW Dual Layer and an HDMi, DisplayPort, two fast 3.0 USB ports and one USB eSATA combo. Naturally, the webcam and the microphone is included for Skype and such. In the department of wireless connectivity it is quite loaded, having a Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and mobile broadband connection or you can connect to an HD screen trough the Wireless Display transmitter without the help of cables.
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