Starting at $1380 - about $330 more than a basic D410 and $210 more than a entry-level X1 - a naked D420 includes an Intel Core Solo U1300 processor (1.06 GHz), a 12.1" WXGA LCD, 512MB DDR2-533 memory and a 60 GB hard drive. The standard configuration also includes a new feature called "Wi-Fi Catcher", a switch that allows users to find wireless connections without turning the D420 on or booting the device up. The switch can also disable all wireless functions off.More info about this laptop at TG Daily.
Dell Latitude D420 with 7 hours battery life
Posted on Wednesday, Jun 21 2006 @ 11:15 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck