inspiron vs latitude notebooks

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  1. phpark

    phpark Newbie

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    It seems that the Latitude D800 and Inspiron 8500/8600 as well as D600/600M are identical notebooks. Is there a difference? Also, what is the difference between an IBM Thinkpad T40 vs. T41? It is not clear on IBM's website. Thanks.
     
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    Latitudes have a internal metal casing unlike inspirons.
     
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    T41 is an update to the T40. The T41 has a cool feature in which if you drop your laptop or run too fast with it the drives shut down to prevent data loss.
     
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    YummyPork Notebook Enthusiast

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    The T41 uses faster memory (333 vs 266).

    Go here: http://www5.pc.ibm.com/us/me.nsf/relatedinformation?OpenAgent&key=Thinkpad+literature&&cntry=US#Personal%20Systems%20Reference

    Scroll down to the section titled: "Personal System Reference". The file called IBM ThinkPad Notebooks - 20 Nov 2003 (tabooks.pdf) has all the nitty gritty details about the Thinkpads.



     
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    Two different features;
    1. Add HDD protection while under shock or vibration
    2. 1000M network card vs 100M of T40
     
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