Dell Inspiron 5150 notebook is a computer released in 2003 by Dell. The good things that can be said about this computer model is that it delivered great performance, because today with an Intel Pentium 4 processor you can hardly get performance at all, it has a good battery life (the battery runtime can still persist if you regularly replace the battery with a compatible one), a good DVD drive, a proper Wireless connection and a big screen.
Today, the computer tend to be more lightweight, slim and to have a design that reduces the computer’s weight. In fact, its weight represents the bad factor when talking about this computer.
It is a portable computer, but you can hardly transport this machine even from one room to another, not mentioning from your house to your office and vice versa.
This computer is comparable to the 5100 Dell computer model, which was released before it. The Intel Pentium 4 processor is an outdated processor, but it used to run at 3.06 GHz. In fact, the ones that still have a 5150 computer can confirm the speed of this processor is indeed very high. What’s keeping the computer behind other computers made after it are the other internal components which work together with the processor.
They are compatible with the processor and one to each other, but still don’t deliver the performance provided by a computer that today uses an Intel Core i7 processor, which even might not run at 3.06 GHz. The memory of the Dell Inspiron 5150 computer functions at a speed of 333 MHz. The graphics card comes from ATI Mobility Radeon. This is a 9000 model and it delivers great images while you play games or watch movies. This video card is especially designed for those who like a good game.
The Inspiron 5150 computer has a regular design. Dell didn’t try anything spectacular with this computer, like they did with Alienware. It looks like a computer and acts like one. It lets you listen to music, play games, watch movies, connect to the Internet, burn your favorite multimedia content or documents to CDs and use the Microsoft programs. The touchpad is soft and the two mouse buttons act properly.
You can get an S Video output, which lets you to connect the computer to a compatible TV to see larger images, an Ethernet connector, that permits you to connect to a local network and further to Internet and 2 USB ports. This computer is recommended for small businesses, but it was bought mainly by home users. I guess you know why. With an ATI graphics card, who would be attentive to Power Point projects, presentations and ratings?11