A Dell Notebook Computer Really is the Way to Go

I Can't Live Without My Dell Laptop
I could not live without my Dell
Inspiron 6000 notebook computer. I had debated with myself for ages about buying a notebook computer. I stay at home most of the time, and I do all of my work from home. Why on earth do I need a notebook computer? I finally found ways to justify the added expense of a notebook, and then went hunting for a deal. Dell gave me all that I needed and more.

Dell offers discounts to businesses, students, and some healthcare providers. The fact that I was able to get a discount as a small business was the first thing that brought me to Dell. I set up an account, and then watched and waited for the deal that was just right. That came in the form of an emailed coupon code, which allowed me to save nearly 50%. Then it was time to shop.

I compared prices, features, and benefits, and decided that the Inspiron 6000 was the perfect computer. This notebook computer has a gorgeous 15.4 inch widescreen display, which is more than adequate for my needs. The display is sharp, clear, and the colors are crisp and true. I love the sleek design, it's thin and pretty light when closed. The little features I never even knew I would want keep me loving this notebook. It came with a built in wireless card, so I have an empty PC/MIA card slot, which I put to use right away, by purchasing an inexpensive memory card to PC card adapter for my Compact Flash card. It also has a built in SD card reader, a firewire port, four USB ports, a CD-R/RW & DVD-R/RW drive, and media buttons on the front of the system, to control volume and playback. My favorite feature, though it seems insignificant, is the touch pad. I can scroll, just as I would with a mouse, just by sliding a finger across one of the two scroll bars on my touchpad. I have not seen this feature on anyone else's notebook computers, and it's really one of those things you never knew you needed, but can't live without. All of these features, combined with a powerful processor and huge hard drive and a large amount of RAM make this my perfect computer.
Dell's service was the deal cincher. They helped me every step of the way while shopping for my new notebook computer. The advisors at
Dell helped me decide which features I really needed and weed out the things I didn't need. They also helped me find the warranty package that was right for me, and I saved $150 on a four year warranty which includes at home service. The actual shipping time on my system was much quicker than what was initially quoted to me. The system was shipped to me within a week or so, and I was kept "in the loop" so to speak, every step of the way.

About a week ago, I had my first problem with the computer. One of my USB ports broke, so I called Dell. After a very short wait, I was connected with a service rep. I explained the problem, and within 5 minutes, the service rep had me set up for a tech to come to my home and repair the notebook. I told them it was not anything that needed to be rushed, since I have four ports and do not use them all. The next morning, I received a call from an on call service tech, who asked me if sometime that afternoon would be convenient for me. I was blown away! My small problem, which was not causing any interruption in my use of the notebook, was fixed within 24 hours of my placing the phone call to Dell, by a very kind and professional service tech who fixed my computer right at my dining room table!

I highly recommend Dell if you are searching for a notebook computer. Not only are the prices and special deals fantastic, but their top notch service has really impressed me, and these days, I am not necessarily easy to impress!


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