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Like the Inspiron e , a large desktop replacement notebook that I recently purchased and reviewed, and the Inspiron e , a mid-size entertainment notebook, the e can be configured with a glossy screen and comes with Windows XP Media Center Edition, which includes a host of entertainment and multimedia features that appear to target those who desire a computer that will readily and capably handle the ever-increasing entertainment possibilities of our world.

One significant difference between the e and its older and larger siblings is the absence of a dedicated graphics option that would allow for intensive gaming.

Dell Inspiron e view large image. But as noted, I did recently buy an e, and will therefore be viewing this e within that context, paying particular attention to portability, an area in which the e is decidedly lacking, and performance, where the e really shines. And although I have no plans to buy an e, I often recommend notebooks to friends and family. As I use the e I find myself wondering whether it would be a good option for them.

I would definitely recommend this notebook if someone were to say the following:. I have no plans to play the latest games, but I want good multimedia capabilities and a pretty high resolution.

The key here is the price ; which is, admittedly, what often enhances the appeal of Dell notebooks. To elucidate, I found, and still find, the e to be somewhat bold and garish in appearance, and though this is of no particular concern, the e, being so much smaller, simply looks more tasteful to me.

In the end, however, the e is not all that thick, and its weight is comparable to that of the T On a long plane ride, the real issues are depth and width, not height.

Above view of Inspiron e view large image. More importantly, at least for me, the e is solid, has good hinges, and the plastic of the palm rests and LCD cover feels quite strong. Overall, however, fit and finish are good, particularly given the price. Dell Inspiron e front side view large image. Left side view of Dell e view large image. Right side view of Dell e view large image. Back side view of Dell e view large image. Dell Inspiron e screen view large image.

Moreover, everything on the screen appears sharp and well defined. Small amount of light leakage displayed on the e view large image. Because a number of purchasers of the e have complained in this sites forums of excessive light leakage, I thought I should address this issue and therefore devoted some time to unearthing the problem in this particular machine, both with the naked eye and the digital camera.

Waiting patiently for nightfall to come, I turned off all the lights, got rid of the Windows Taskbar, and looked as closely as I could at the screen, then took scads of digital pictures. At the risk of appearing to be a sensory dullard, I must say that at first I could really see no problem when using eyesight alone, though the camera did reveal light leakage at the base of the LCD. Subsequently there were occasions when I noticed some leakage, but only when the background was dark or when I used Dead Pixel Buddy to set the screen to black.

Having said all that, I should add that during my actual use of this notebook, I never once noticed a problem. Of course, others may well be more sensitive to light leakage than I am, and certain screen configurations might be more affected.

Dell e Screen on the left compared to e on the right view large image. The Intel GMA graphics have performed without a hitch and will apparently run the more graphics-intensive features of Windows Vista when it finally becomes available. For anyone who has ever tried to run several demanding programs at once, the Intel Core Duo is a real treat, and this T, which at 1.

I continue to be amazed by what two cores will get you, though it makes perfect sense that they will handle multiple applications much better than a single-core CPU. As with the T, I tested this T by running several programs at once, including a virus scan and Super PI to 32 million digits. Because purchasing a Dell computer invariably involves a very careful selection of components, if price is any concern at all, I would now find it easy to suggest the selection of the Yonah T, rather than one of the higher priced Core Duo CPUs; it performs exceptionally well and the premium paid to get a T or higher may be better spent elsewhere, on an upgraded warranty, for instance.

Or simply save the money. Below are the Super Pi result calculations for crunching the numbers on 2-million digits of accuracy for Pi:. PCMark04 yielded PCMarks overall , with the T performing very well, and not too far off the T, in all but the graphics-based tests, where the x of the e was bound to do considerably better than the integrated GMA Compared to a single-core Pentium M running at a comparable speed, the multithreaded results were roughly double, attesting to the efficiency and performance of the Core Duo:.

The HD Tune performance results of this 80 GB Hitachi drive are slightly better than the GB Toshiba drive in the e, and overall performance seems to fit well with the e taken as a whole:. Keyboard and touchpad view of e view large image. Nonetheless, the feel is good and the noise really is minimal.

But just like matte screens, pointing sticks are becoming increasingly difficult to find in consumer-oriented notebooks. I consistently got just over 3 hours out of the 6-cell battery. This rate of discharge seemed a little disappointing, but during these 3-hour periods I was frequently accessing the hard drive and always running the LCD at maximum brightness, with the wireless card enabled as well.

With lighter use, the battery lasted for a little more than 4 hours, though the wireless card was still turned on. I find that power savings features are largely a matter of personal preference and tolerance, as well as usage, so some people will undoubtedly be able to squeeze a little more time out of the battery, while others will get less. The e ran quite cool, much cooler than the bigger and bolder e When I did use this notebook on my lap, I could feel the warmth, but only a little, and never to the point of discomfort.

The palm rests stayed relatively cool too. This computer is also very quiet. The fan kicked in a number of times, and I noticed it when it did, but it never seemed to stay on for very long, and even when it was running, it was not loud enough to be a bother, though a noisy computer is one of my pet peeves.

The Dell Wireless WLAN Mini Card performed well, though, interestingly, before letting the built-in Dell utility take over management of wireless from Windows, the wireless connection was dropped several times.

This has never happened since switching to the Dell utility and I have no idea why the change of wireless management utilities made such a difference. This seems to be a non-issue, really, but is something to keep in mind.

Fortunately there has been no reason to contact Dell tech support about this notebook. As with the e, the first thing I did upon receiving this notebook was to remove all the unwanted, unnecessary software that ships with Inspiron notebooks. Also important is ease of use, and I find that between Windows XP Media Center Edition and a few of the included Dell utilities, the e does everything I want it to do without any particular difficulties.

For the purpose of writing this review, I installed OpenOffice. Dell Inspiron e on the left and Dell Inspiron e on the Right view large image. As indicated, the e seems like a good choice for those who desire genuine portability without paying a steep premium for that ease of movement. One of the first things that struck me when I received the e was the reality that I would never be able to comfortably use it on a plane, should I someday decide to actually go somewhere when I have vacation.

Conversely, as soon as I saw the e under review here, I was struck by the thought that it would do just fine on a plane, in a coffee shop or on smaller desks and tables. While heavier than some notebooks, there is no feeling of heft or awkwardness when moving the e from one place to another, and I know from actual experience that a five-pound notebook travels fairly easily. Going to a smaller screen and a lower weight would improve portability, true, but there would be some real sacrifice in terms of resolution and viewing pleasure, and the cost would either be very high or the components would likely be cheap and outdated.

The main charm of the Inspiron e is that it manages to provide good portability, pleasurable viewing and high performance at a low cost. With this particular model, there were very few flaws, and none of these was sufficient to warn against this notebook. What impressed me most was the display, though I had recently made a decision to go with a lower resolution matte screen when actually purchasing a notebook for myself. I really enjoyed watching a DVD on the e and found the display surprisingly easy to work with during normal usage, too.

What strikes me about the e is that it accomplishes so much in a small package and does so at such a low cost. When looking to purchase a notebook computer, it can be useful to think in two-hundred-dollar increments, I find.

Small amount of light leakage displayed on the e view large image Because a number of purchasers of the e have complained in this sites forums of excessive light leakage, I thought I should address this issue and therefore devoted some time to unearthing the problem in this particular machine, both with the naked eye and the digital camera.

Dell e Screen on the left compared to e on the right view large image Graphics The Intel GMA graphics have performed without a hitch and will apparently run the more graphics-intensive features of Windows Vista when it finally becomes available. Processor and Performance For anyone who has ever tried to run several demanding programs at once, the Intel Core Duo is a real treat, and this T, which at 1. Battery Life I consistently got just over 3 hours out of the 6-cell battery.

Heat and Noise The e ran quite cool, much cooler than the bigger and bolder e Wireless The Dell Wireless WLAN Mini Card performed well, though, interestingly, before letting the built-in Dell utility take over management of wireless from Windows, the wireless connection was dropped several times. Service and Support Fortunately there has been no reason to contact Dell tech support about this notebook.

Software As with the e, the first thing I did upon receiving this notebook was to remove all the unwanted, unnecessary software that ships with Inspiron notebooks. Portability Dell Inspiron e on the left and Dell Inspiron e on the Right view large image As indicated, the e seems like a good choice for those who desire genuine portability without paying a steep premium for that ease of movement. Conclusion The main charm of the Inspiron e is that it manages to provide good portability, pleasurable viewing and high performance at a low cost.

Pros: Excellent performance Nicely portable Decent build quality High but comfortable default resolution Bright, sharp display for video and text Good price Cool and quiet Cons: No dedicated graphics option Latches have a little too much play when the screen is closed Minor light leakage at the bottom of the LCD Not as thin as some of its more expensive competitors Some glare and reflection when ambient lighting is strong Other Reviews by this author: Dell Inspiron e Review.

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Like the Inspiron e , a large desktop replacement notebook that I recently purchased and reviewed, and the Inspiron e , a mid-size entertainment notebook, the e can be configured with a glossy screen and comes with Windows XP Media Center Edition, which includes a host of entertainment and multimedia features that appear to target those who desire a computer that will readily and capably handle the ever-increasing entertainment possibilities of our world. One significant difference between the e and its older and larger siblings is the absence of a dedicated graphics option that would allow for intensive gaming. Dell Inspiron e view large image. But as noted, I did recently buy an e, and will therefore be viewing this e within that context, paying particular attention to portability, an area in which the e is decidedly lacking, and performance, where the e really shines. And although I have no plans to buy an e, I often recommend notebooks to friends and family.

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