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DELL Inspiron 14R (N4110) Notebook Intel Core i3 2330M(2.20GHz) 14" 4GB Memory DDR3 1333 640GB HDD 5400rpm 8X CD/DVD Burner (Dual Layer DVD+/-R Drive)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 3 reviews from magazines and websites. Comments about the durability and price are generally positive. The battery and performance are also appreciated, whereas the keyboard and design get less positive reviews.

performance, battery, price, durability

portability, touchpad, design, keyboard

On average, users rate this product 87/100.

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Great laptop!


I am a software developer, and mostly use this laptop for programming. I was benefited from its 6GB RAM for memory-intensive tasks like large data processing or running VM's. As a developer, not being able to use Linux properly without touchpad was a...

1. Fast processor ; 2. 6GB RAM is enough for most tasks ; 3. Battery runs long enough (3~4 hours with normal web browsing, etc) ; 4. Changeable cover

1. No DVI port :( but most laptops don't ; 2. Weight is a bit heavy. Certainly this is not a Macbook Air ; 3. My biggest problem was that Ubuntu linux 11.10 does not recognize its touchpad. If you install it with Wubi, then you need to find separate...

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DELL Inspiron 14R (N4110) Notebook Intel Core i5 2430M(2.40GHz) 14" 6GB Memory DDR3 1333 640GB HDD 5400rpm 8X CD/DVD Burner (Dual Layer DVD+/-R Drive)


Very inexpensive for a core i5 machine with 640GB HD ; Decent graphics for an integrated solution ; So far, good old Dell quality

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great laptop


Great laptop. It is small and portable. Battery life is decent. Very very durable. Graphics are a tad bit slow when running Minecraft, but are find for everything else. Would definetly recommend

The 'T' key is a little tacky. This is after more than a year of use, though. maybe it is wear n' tear