Dell Inspiron 4150
by Patrick Austin
Looking for some new high tech gadgetry? Want a top notch computer to surf the net (and PulseMed.org, of course)? Then you should consider purchasing a Dell Inspiron 4150. This laptop is for people who need a well-featured and fast personal computer that can handle most applications with ease. It’s not as small or portable as other laptops on the market, but it makes up for that in connectivity speed and programming capability.
The design of the Dell Inspiron 4150 is simple, with a business-like feel to it (which is the general look for most Dell laptops). You shouldn’t buy the Inspiron if you want to impress your friends with a pretty PC. The 4150 are for people who want a quality laptop that will get the job done, plain and simple. The keyboard is comfortable to type on, and there are two pointing devices (a “trackpoint” and a touchpad, each with mouse buttons).
A great feature on the Dell Inspiron 4150 is that it’s capable of connecting to your television through a video-out port. So you could download a movie(not illegally, of course) and then play it on your home television. That’s definitely more convenient than going to the video store. You can also view movies on the computer itself. It comes with two high quality speakers that provide a rich, full sound.
The most attractive feature of the Dell Inspiron 4150 is its speed. Wed page loading, downloading, and file sharing is super convenient with the 4150. It also has a lengthy battery life, ranging from three to three and a half hours. This would be the perfect laptop for a business and/or executive.
If you are financially capable, there are a number of upgrades you can purchase to enhance your Dell Inspiron 4150. You can get a second hard drive with either forty or sixty giga-bytes. You can also liven up your laptop by adding some color to your palm rests. A few of the colors include robin’s egg red, birch-blue and jade.
The price range for a Dell Inspiron 4150 is in the neighborhood of twenty-five hundred to three thousand dollars(depending on whether or not you purchase upgrades). That’s not a cheap price, but it’s well worth it if you need a laptop that performs at an optimal level. The Dell Inspiron 4150 is for serious PC people that are looking for substance rather than flash. If you feel you’re this person, then you need to think about getting the 4150.
Mr. Austin is a freelance journalist for Pulse MEDIA International. He also covers sports and health for a number of web sites including RealGM.com, Hoopsworld.com, and Fanstop.com, and entertainment and sports for Vainquer magazine.