Battle of Vostro's VS Inspiron's

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  1. Vostro

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  1. BillXT

    BillXT Newbie

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    What you think is better/quality? Which one you prefer? What will you buy?

    Is it Vostro or Inspiron??

    1. Vostro

    2. Inspiron

    Which give you more for less?

    3. Vostro

    4. Inspiron

    :eek:
     
  2. ohtheskittlesrainbow

    ohtheskittlesrainbow Notebook Guru

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    A battle isn't necessary.

    Do your research with the posts already here and you'll find out what suits your needs. A summary from all the posts here include, a Vostro has a cheaper price for a low-end system, while an Inspiron has a cheaper price for middle system.
     
  3. RyanHurtt

    RyanHurtt Notebook Evangelist

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    I'd expect the Vostro to have a better build quality (Business class), While the Inspiron would give you more "Bang for the buck."
     
  4. cooker263

    cooker263 Notebook Enthusiast

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    idk about the better build quality-i mean they're basically mirror images...maybe that's something they want you to think at least? either way they're both a good value. It all depends on the current deals and your particular build.
     
  5. thegsrguy

    thegsrguy Notebook Deity

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    They're identical in terms of build quality...

    Latitudes are the better business notebooks.
     
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    cyclo Notebook Enthusiast

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    From Dell's website, Vostro appears to have a sturdier chassis with magnesium alloy.
     
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    1stStrike Notebook Consultant

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    vostros are cheaper if they are under 1k. there was no way i could configure an inspiron with a 8600gt for under $800.
     
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    Significa Notebook Consultant

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    Inspiron also has an magnesium alloy chasis.
     
  9. Matt is Pro

    Matt is Pro I'm a PC, so?

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    Inspiron all the way.

    Much more bang for the buck, and they've always been reliable.
     
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    Msl747 Notebook Consultant

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    Well there is no way I could have gotten what I got in my 1400 in a 1420 for the same price...plus all black looks sexy! As far as build quality...idk they are probably the same...
     
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