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A decent entry-level system, Dell's Inspiron 1150 offers good battery life and Wi-Fi, but it lacks features that advanced users will not want to live without.
The Windows Vista-based Dell Inspiron E1505 remains a good laptop for basic home use, with a solid set of multimedia features and high-end components.
We recommend the Dell Inspiron 9200 to home users who want an awesome, relatively portable, desktop-replacement laptop with cutting-edge features and solid performance.
A total revamp of Dell's ubiquitous business laptop line, the Latitude E6400 offers Intel's latest Centrino 2 mobile platform and introduces a brushed-metal design that works at home or the office, but the real highlight here is the long battery life.
Sure, it's bulky, but Dell's new XPS 15 offers more bang for the buck than most high-end laptops, combining great audio and rock-solid features into a package that could easily serve as a desktop replacement.
The Dell Inspiron 9300 packs advanced multimedia features and blazing performance for gaming and home or business applications.
The Latitude D520's combination of speed, battery life, features, and price will serve basic business users well.
With a glossy white case, Dell's XPS 400 performs double duty as a versatile Media Center and a respectable gaming PC.
The XPS 400 Media Center PC is a nicely appointed multimedia system with its dual-core Intel CPU, dual TV tuners, dual hard drives, and relatively powerful graphics.
Dell's slim 13-inch Vostro business laptop has been updated with new Intel Core i3 and i5 processors and much better battery life.