As a highly configurable budget-range black box, Dell's Inspiron 1545 laptop line can be a good value--as long as you don't pile on the upgrades.
Dell is one of the most popular computer brands worldwide, and a default choice for many shoppers. Located right in the middle of the company's lineup, the is one of the most versatile and affordable midrange laptops.
Covered in glossy black plastic on the inside and matte black plastic on the outside, the Inspiron 1545 looks as if it's headed off to an undercover sting. The Dell Inspiron 1545's 15.6-inch glossy wide-screen LED screen has a native resolution of 1,366x768 pixels. the Inspiron 1545's speakers are almost unusually loud and were more than adequate for games, music, or movies. We almost never had the volume above the halfway mark in the office.
Port-wise, the Inspiron 1545 comes with 3 USB 2.0, VGA-out, and Ethernet/modem jacks, all fairly standard stuff, plus an SD card reader and an ExpressCard slot, which are useful for adding a broadband modem or Bluetooth card. 802.11n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth can be added for $35 and $20 respectively, but it feels as if we're being incrementally nickel-and-dimed.
The Inspiron 1545 shared the same shell, plus a Webcam, and a more powerful processor inside, and it has 4GB RAM and 250GB hard drive. It comes with Intel Pentium T4300 processor and Intel 4500MHD graphics. In short, the Inspiron 1545 line is priced $771.99 from pickrice.com/ and it can be as affordable.
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