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what is the best dell laptop in 2011 ?

i need a good dell laptop so can you please help

5 Answers

  • 9 years ago
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    LOL!!! A GOOD Dell laptop?!

    Is that possible?! LMAO.

    My work just refreshed my machine with a newer Dell Latitude. I think they paid $2,000 for it. Just like the last one, it's a piece of sh*t. Dell is incapable of making a good machine. They are just junk commodity hardware thrown together with a side of marketing.

    I can't see why anyone would purposely subject themselves to Dell. Most only have them because that's what their job provided.

    I have had 2 Dell, 2 Lenovo, 1 MacBook Pro and 1 ASUS laptops in my day - all provided by work. If I ever had to purchase one for myself for personal use, it would be a Lenovo. They impressed me and I wish work still contracted with them. Both Dells have frustrated me so bad at work that I often have to walk away from my desk for a second to avoid smashing them. The Dells and the MacBooks also burn themselves up within the first year of use. Both have even burnt my legs when I was using them (especially the MacBook)

    Source(s): Computer Engineer
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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    I got the latest XPS 17 aka L702x last month to replace an HP Pavilion dv6.The weight is also substantially greater. The 9-cell battery protrudes from the bottom, making it even harder to fit into tight space. Although the 9-cell is supposed to extend the battery life, I get just under 3 hours in mixed usage. So, the XPS is a desk-top replacement through and through. If mobility is an important consideration, the XPS 15 can be had with the same CPU and screen resolution, and will be a much better choice.

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    This Dell XPS 15 X15L-1024ELS is an excellent machine. Zippy fast, feels rock solid and user friendly. It is a bit bulky but like I said, feels solid. Keys are lit and feel really secure. As a whole, you feel like you purchased a rock solid machine that wasn't built with cheap materials.


    1) Great specs (i7 core 2nd gen, 6 gb ram, 750gb hard drive) & performance.

    2) Rock solid build & feel (keyboard, touchpad & body).

    3) User friendly to setup & use.

    4) Two USB 3.0, HDMI & Bluetooth.

    5) Excellent speakers, best sound I've heard on a laptop.

    6) 2.0 mega pixel webcam.

    7) Excellent deal for students with free Xbox 360.

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  • D.J.
    Lv 6
    9 years ago

    look at teh Alienwares (they are by dell I think)

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago


    up to 9000$

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