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£154.99 Dell D410 Sub Laptop Centrino 1.73ghz 1GB 40GB Wifi XP Pro

Beauty isn't the first thing you look for in a business notebook, which Dell has banked on in the past with some rather plain grey boxes.

The Latitude D410, however, is a sign that Dell is now putting more effort into this area. It's still the familiar steely grey on the outside, but inside it's a smart combination of light and dark browns.

That said, the D410 is actually based on Intel's latest mobile Centrino platform, codenamed Sonoma. This offers a number of benefits over the first iteration of Centrino, such as support for PCI Express, SATA hard disks, DDR2 memory, and the new Express card format.

The Dell Latitude D410 is a 12.1" screen portable business laptop. It shares some similarities with the ultra light Latitude X1, such as having the same 12.1" screen size and no built-in optical drive to keep weight down


Product description Dell D410 Sub Laptop

CPU / Processor Centrino 1.73Ghz

Hard Drive Size 40Gb

RAM / Memory Size 1Gb

Optical Drive(s) No CD/DVD drive is present

Network / Connectivity 10/100 NIC, 56K Modem, WiFi

Audio / Sound Built in 16bit

Additional USB2.0 / AC Adaptor / UK Keyboard

Condition Used

Warranty 3 Months Return to base. Dead on arrival (DOA) Warranty on Battery i.e. we guarantee the battery will work on arrival but we do not guarantee any particular battery life

Operating System Win XP Pro License, OS is pre-installed but no Restore Discs are supplied

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