Posted on Saturday, September 23 2006 @ 00:17:06 CEST by LSDsmurf
The Dell Inspiron B130 is something that people always check out, but rarely end up buying. At $449, it's the cheapest (at review time) notebook you can get on Dell's Web site that's not a refurbished model. Sure, Dell thinks of this as its starting configuration, where you build upon it by adding more system memory, bumping up the hard drive, or upgrading the DVD-ROM drive. Adding on all these extra features can easily bring the system's price up to over $800, though. I decided to buy this system as is and find out what it can and cannot do.