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Latitude E4300 13" Intel Core 2 Duo Processor (2.40GHz, 6M L2 Cache, 1066MHz FSB) $1118

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a refurbished item. but i think for a 13 inch, 2.40GHz, 6M L2 Cache, 1066MHz FSB laptop, it's quite a bargain.

as suggested by tantryl,

Useful details (might want to edit your original post to add these):

  • Core2 Duo SP9400
  • 1GB DDR3
  • 80GB HDD
  • Onboard Intel GS45 video
  • Gigabit wired network
  • 802.11b/g
  • eSATA
  • 13.3” 1280x800 Screen
  • Windows XP Pro/Vista Business (not sure if Win7 upgrade available due to the refurbished thing, maybe ozpete can tell us)
  • High build quality
  • 4 cell or 6 cell battery (not listed) providing reasonable 2-3hr or 3-5hr battery life

If you had any intention of making use of the reasonable powerful SP9400 you’d be getting a faster HDD (SSD or 500GB) and at least another GB of RAM after you buy this.\

Because of the high build quality and good CPU, I won’t vote negative. But for general use something like the HP 4310S, available for $960-$1250, provides a more sensible balance on components and you won’t need to upgrade the RAM & HDD to take advantage of the CPU.

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  • as a new poster here - DELL has some form, so dont take it personally if you get negative votes on your Dell posting

    we have a wiki on Dell that you might look at as well
    http://www.ozbargain.com.au/wiki/store:dell.com

    • thanks. i'll learn to get use to it.
      :)

  • Useful details (might want to edit your original post to add these):

    • Core2 Duo SP9400
    • 1GB DDR3
    • 80GB HDD
    • Onboard Intel GS45 video
    • Gigabit wired network
    • 802.11b/g
    • eSATA
    • 13.3" 1280x800 Screen
    • Windows XP Pro/Vista Business (not sure if Win7 upgrade available due to the refurbished thing, maybe ozpete can tell us)
    • High build quality
    • 4 cell or 6 cell battery (not listed) providing reasonable 2-3hr or 3-5hr battery life

    If you had any intention of making use of the reasonable powerful SP9400 you'd be getting a faster HDD (SSD or 500GB) and at least another GB of RAM after you buy this.\

    Because of the high build quality and good CPU, I won't vote negative. But for general use something like the HP 4310S, available for $960-$1250, provides a more sensible balance on components and you won't need to upgrade the RAM & HDD to take advantage of the CPU.

  • Very nice machines. (E4300, E6400)

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