Dell Latitude D630 14.1-Inch Notebook PC – Silver 2011 Model

November 2, 2015 - Comment

The Dell Latitude D630 Notebook PC comes with an Intel Core 2 Duo T7250 2GHz processor, 2GB DDR2 of memory, a 80GB hard drive, combo optical drive, wifi, and Windows XP Professional Operating System. The Dell Latitude D630 platform is designed for businesses that are focused on affordable pricing coupled with top-level performance. Professionals that

The Dell Latitude D630 Notebook PC comes with an Intel Core 2 Duo T7250 2GHz processor, 2GB DDR2 of memory, a 80GB hard drive, combo optical drive, wifi, and Windows XP Professional Operating System. The Dell Latitude D630 platform is designed for businesses that are focused on affordable pricing coupled with top-level performance. Professionals that require a reliable workhorse PC will find the Dell Latitude D630 Notebook PC to be a good fit with their IT strategy. Businesses looking for a reliable, managed, network ready PC that is ideally suited for office applications such as e-mail, word processing, spreadsheets and Web browsing, will find the Dell Latitude D630 Notebook PC to be an excellent solution. Whether you are in marketing, finance, sales or shipping, the Dell Latitude D630 Notebook PC stands ready to tackle your application and get the job done.It does have internal wireless 802.11 a/g

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Amazon Customer says:

Bargain Workhorse I bought this laptop directly from dell Financial Services auction on ebay. I did not even know that they have it here on Amazon Marketplace too. Even though the description said manufacturer refurbished the laptop I received looked like new. It came with power adapter and a Dell Windows XP Reinstallation CD and built in Intel PROSet Wireless Card. Absolutely no bloatware is included.Now this may not be a top of the line machine but it is pretty adequate for home and school or even Small Home Office use. The neat part is that once you boot up the machine for the first time it would automatically install Windows XP after going through some preliminary steps. It even gives you option to enter setup and configure things but you are better off leaving the machine alone to do its thing and install windows XP or whichever operating system it is bundled with unless you’re techie. Once windows finishes installation you can pretty much install anything you want. I have so far…

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