The Dell Latitude D620 has been such a popular laptop for Dell that when they came out with the new D630, they knew not to mess with a good thing. The D630 has some nice upgrades and its body is small enough to make it very portable, thus it's great for the traveling professional or student away at college. Read on to find out what else this product has to offer.
Dell released the D630 in May of 2007 along with its bigger brother, the D830. The main difference between the two new Dells is the screen size, with the D630 measuring 14.1 inches, and the D830's screen a bit larger at 15.4 inches diagonally. Both new laptops offer the next generation processor by Intel, nicknamed the Santa Rosa. This 2.2 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor provides both of Dell's new laptops with plenty of speed, as well as the ability to multi-task without worrying about performance.
The Dell D630 offers a lot of bang for the buck. Prices for the D630 start at $849 on the Dell website. Most people will opt for more options on their D630 base model, which will increase the price quite a bit, but the cost is still reasonable. A nicely equipped D630 will run about $1,700-$2,000, which keeps it relatively affordable. The D630's closest competition is probably the Lenovo ThinkPad T61, which will cost about $2,500 for a nicely equipped wide-screen model. The T61 may outperform the D630 by a small margin, but the D630 is a bit less expensive. In my opinion, the Dell D630 is a better value than the Lenovo T61, but if price is not an issue for you, you may want to check out the T61.
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