Dell Inspiron 1420 User Review Discussion

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  1. phobos512

    phobos512 Notebook Evangelist NBR Reviewer

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    The Dell Inspiron 1420 is a new-to-market 14” Intel Santa Rosa platform-based laptop. It is the successor to the previous Dell Inspiron e1405 laptop, and is the smallest in a new line-up of laptops from Dell. It is available with a wide array of processor options, from the Core 2 Duo T5350 to the Core 2 Duo T7500, removable drive options up to and including a Blu-Ray drive, wireless-N internet, integrated or discrete graphics chipsets, and more.

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  2. ejl

    ejl fudge

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    excellent, in-depth review!
     
  3. syxbit

    syxbit Notebook Evangelist

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    nice review.
    i'll be recommending it to my cheapo friends.
    one correction
    actually graininess comes from compression, not from resolution.
     
  4. JabbaJabba

    JabbaJabba ThinkPad Facilitator

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    Thanks for the interesting and comprehensive review.
     
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    Crimsonman Ex NBR member :cry:

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    Rockin review, makes me want to get one, although I won't
     
  6. mD-

    mD- Notebook Evangelist

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    now this is how reviews should be. Nice job
     
  7. kickace

    kickace Notebook Deity

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    now wait, does that bios pic of computrace mean the software installs into the bios? because i was hoping it would do that but was told it is simply software

    the reason i care is because, if it gets installed in the bios, the harddrive can be completely taken out or formated and still have the protection
     
  8. dziubelis

    dziubelis Notebook Enthusiast

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    Really nice, was waiting for this one, nice done.

    V-Sync is evil, if u don't want framerates droping so drasticaly turn it off anywhere u can. I don't want to go into details, but with V-Sync on, u cut your framerates in half whenever they drop bellow your Monitor refresh rate.
     
  9. crash

    crash NBR Assassin

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    Great review! Very comprehensive.
     
  10. ohtheskittlesrainbow

    ohtheskittlesrainbow Notebook Guru

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    Ship time of 6 days? *rubs out eyes* WHAT?!
     
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