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Dell Latitude D610 A Well Designed Laptop For Many Purposes…

Author : Marcus Wellington

The dell latitude D610 has Intel mobile Centrino processor with frequencies ranging from 1.73 GHz to 1.86 GHz. The aspiration of installing the Centrino technology is to permit wireless communication for laptops. After using this technology you will experience enhanced performance of the laptop, a longer battery life and faster access throughout the laptop. It will also help the laptop to carry commands accurately even in a situation of multiple widgets running on your laptop.
Usual micro and personal computers hold RAM ranging from 256-512 MB or in the case of the latest computers, up to 1 GB. However in the Dell Latitude D610, the RAM fluctuates from 1 GB to 2 GB. You would be confused to hear that how a bigger RAM in a laptop can influence its working. Well to answer this question, larger memory allows smooth functioning of all the programs running in a laptop at a single time. It can allow faster internet surfing, astounding gaming features and enhanced multimedia presentations.
The hard drive sizes differ from 40 GB to 60 GB (and further extendable). Larger hard drive leaves you with large media storage places. You can store unlimited games, movies, videos, songs and all things that give you entertainment, thus you would not have to eradicate important programs that would, in case of shortage of memory, would have to be deleted.
It has a DVD-ROM drive, which have these days become a standard addition to professional computer, including laptops. Basically they are needed to run CDs and DVDs of any format. They prove to be a back-up media for information, they help in file sharing and the reason why they are widely accessible is because of their re-writing capabilities.
The additional feature of Dell Latitude D610 includes Wi-Fi. Wi-Fi is a cost-effective mode of global accessibility because it allows LAN to be deployed without wiring and cables, thus reducing costs. It moves around with the user. Because of no wiring, it is easy to carry the laptop around the world with you and the internet communication also remains intact. New emerging quality control for Wi-Fi makes it more suitable for sensitive operations (voice and video chats). Besides, the high-speed Ethernet makes it possible to share files at a higher speed and is not usually complicated to understand.
The dell latitude D620 contains a 56k modem, capable of downloading speeds up to 56000 bits per second. They can act as a secondary medium of internet connection if the Wi-Fi may be temporarily unavailable.
The latest operating system software i.e. Windows XP is pre-installed. XP supports most of the hardware without external drivers, offers graphical user interface and is user friendly. Dell latitude D610 also offers a wide-screen display of 14.1 inches, for better communication between the user and the laptop screen. It has most of the external ports and apart from these features; some units have different additional specifications.

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