Dell D620 Laptop
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  • The best thing about this laptop is that you can upgrade it very easily
  • It's not the newest laptop out there, but it has stood it's time and I think that counts for more than enough
  • You can upgrade the laptop if you'd like, but I don't think you will really need to do that too often

    • by Justin Smith
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      The Dell D620 is an incredible laptop for the money. It is a bit dated now, but it still runs everything as strong as ever. It is highly upgradable.

      If you are looking for an incredible laptop to do almost everything on, look no further in the Dell D620. The laptop comes with a standard keyboard and mouse built into it. It has a 6-cell battery on it as well. You can upgrade to the 9-cell battery if you would


      like for even longer charge times of over 2 hours. The 6-cell battery usually only lasts near 2 hours max. It has a 14.1 inch screen on it. The laptop itself is incredibly light which totally deceives it’s looks. It is a very solid laptop.

      The laptop came out several years ago. It doesn’t have the most up to date looks to it, but the internals of the laptops are more than enough to keep up with your tasks you’d ...


      • use this laptop for. It has 2gb memory built in, a 100 gb hard drive, has a dual-core processor, and comes standard with Windows XP.

        The best thing about this laptop is that you can upgrade it very easily. Just take out a few screws on the bottom and replace the newer parts in it. Chances are though that the parts that come stock with this piece of machinery will be more than enough than you will ever need. It’s

        not meant to be a power house computer for high resolution gaming, but you can even video and audio edit on it very efficiently.

        In conclusion, the laptop is a must buy if your looking for a great budget laptop. It’s not the newest laptop out there, but it has stood it’s time and I think that counts for more than enough. You can upgrade the laptop if you’d like, but I don’t think you will really need to do that too often.




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