Dell's Inspiron 6000d Notebook

Dell's Inspiron 6000d Notebook
January 14 00:00 2008 Print This Article

Dell inspiration 6000d

Great looks. That’s what Dell’s Inspiron 6000d notebook has to offer but it appears that it’s everything that it can offer. The Inspiron has a metallic gray finish, with white accents that drew admiring glances, but it is a disappointment because it doesn’t offer the software most commonly used to make some tasks enjoyable.

It omitted a TV tuner and the Windows Media Center edition software. The Word Processing is only the Corel’s WordPerfect. This is what it can offer for a computer designed for photo editing, music downloading and TV watching.

Inspiron 6000d employs a chipset that leaves room for adding a PCI Express enabled graphic chip, making an improvement in the graphics, another thing to boast upon by the brand. However, even simple functions involved in watching a movie raises to clumsy steps that other laptops do not require.

The machine tends to slow down to a crawl for games and movies, and one should always mind the choppy sound, making everything unplayable. To top it all, the Wi-Fi connection easily wears out in a short period of time. Establishing a connection could equate to a miracle.

Basically, this notebook might yield frustration for entertainment and game lovers, but it’s still worth a try for users who don’t actually care for these things.

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