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Dell Studio 15 (1555)

I got my Dell Studio 15 about 2 weeks ago. It came with a Pentium Dual Core processor (2.2ghz, 800mhz FSB), a 15.6” display, a DVD+/-R drive, 3GB DDR2 memory, a 250 GB hard drive, 6 cell battery, and a built in 802.11g wireless card.

The best thing about the laptop is that it came with Windows 7. The new windows is a huge upgrade from XP, and an even bigger upgrade from Vista.

Microsoft has made some really important improvements with this OS. The worst thing about it, if I have to choose something, would be the headphone output. It's very noisy, whether I'm using it with headphones or external speakers, and gets annoying after a while.

The keyboard is awesome, and makes every other keyboard I've tried in the past or have had to use since I got it feel uncomfortable.

The touchpad is very sensitive, and the scrolling on it works well. The buttons below the touchpad feel a lot more sturdy than they do on most laptops. The speakers aren't anything amazing, but they're very nice for small laptop speakers and can get pretty loud if you need them to.

The laptop's performance has been flawless so far. It hasn't crashed or frozen once, and everything about it is very quick and easy. I think this is because Windows 7 is a lot lighter than any other Microsoft OS and the Dual Core processor is fast on it's own.

I would recommend this laptop to anyone, and I couldn't be more satisfied. You really get your money's worth buying from Dell.

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