Digital Nomad Tips | Dell


Dell offers several line of laptops. Many of them are classified as home, small business, and enterprise class computers. Don’t let these distinctions fool you, it doesn’t really matter which category a laptop is in – except for the price.

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  • Ranging from 3.97 – 6.4 lbs
  • Average processor: 2.0 GHz Intel Core Duo (3MB cache)
  • 13.3-16 inch wide monitors available
  • 4GB DDR3 RAM
  • 250GB HDD


Dell’s high end laptops are available for PC lovers, but if you don’t have a preference at this price you’re better off with an upgraded 17-inch Macbook Pro.

  • 1.4Ghz Intel Core Duo 2 Duo processor with Centrino
  • 13.4-inch widescreen 16:9 HD display with edge-to-edge glass
  • 4GB DDR3 RAM
  • More than 5 hours of battery life

Generally, we don’t recommend the Inspiron family of Dell laptops. They are constructed of cheap materials and the memory chips and hard drive aren’t of decent quality. These laptops are cheap but won’t last you long as technology races past you. It’s worth spending a bit extra to get a reliable laptop that won’t be outdated quickly. In the long run you’ll be spending more efficiently by doing so rather than trying to save a few dollars with the initial purchase.

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