Wednesday, October 31, 2007

dell latitude d800 Overview

dell latitude d800 Overview

The Dell Latitude d800 is the successor to the Latitude D820, a mid sized business notebook with a 15.4" screen and the new Santa Rosa platform. Weighing in at nearly six pounds it tips the scales at the upper end of the thin-and-light category. Pricing as of this writing starts at $899, and like most Dell notebooks there are plenty of customization options available.


My Latitude d800 is configured as such:

Intel Core 2 Duo T7300, 2.00GHz

15.4 inch Wide Screen WUXGA LCD

2.0GB, DDR2-667 SDRAM, 2 DIMM

256MB NVIDIA Quadro NVS 140M

80GB Hard Drive 9.5MM 7200RPM

90W AC Adapter

8X DVD+/-RW w/ Roxio Creator and Cyberlink

Intel 4965 WLAN (802.11a/g/n)

9-Cell/85 WHr Primary Battery

6-Cell/48-WHr Modular Battery

Vista Business, with media English

Dimensions are 1.39" x 14.2" x 10.34"

Weight is 6.5lbs with 9-cell battery and optical drive

Reason for Buying

When I began looking for a laptop nearly a month ago my primary objective was to find a solid machine that would last me through four years of college. My last notebook was an old Inspiron 500m which I deemed sufficiently thin-and-light for heavy travel and light tasks so I began looking into a larger, more powerful machine though I did not want a full-out desktop replacement. As this notebook would also be a graduation gift, price was not an object and I wanted something that was really something!

Being a long time Dell user, my initial inclination was towards a Dell, but I looked into machines of other brands as well. HP and Asus dropped out early on due to cosmetic preferences, but I put some consideration on the 14 and 15 inch Lenovo T60 series.

A few of my friends own older Thinkpad models and have nothing but praise for them. Indeed, Lenovo is known for superior build quality though typically at a price. By all means the T60 is a beautiful machine, but I was put off by a couple of small details. My biggest qualm is that I cannot stand having a battery stick out. Apparently that seems to be the current trend with a lot of smaller machines sporting bigger batteries and the 14-inch T60 was no exception. I wasn't terribly fond of the port configuration either, particularly the positioning of display and telecom ports on the side of the chassis and the lack of an S-video output. The small touchpad and some very minor aesthetic points also put me off. The 15 inch T60 was a bit better but it still lacked an s-video output and was a tad bit too heavy.

Subsequently I went to Dell. After deciding against Inspiron and XPS notebooks - I hated those big white Inspiron bumpers and there isn't a 14 or 15 inch XPS - my choices came down to the Latitude D630, d800 and Precision M65. The D630 was the thin-and-light of the group but suffered from the same issue as the 14 inch T60 in that the battery stuck out and it was missing an S-video port. Reviews I read about the D630 also mentioned poor sound and a loose battery. The d800 addressed most of my concerns with the D630 but I fretted over the weight of a 15 inch notebook. After changing my mind several times, the d800 finally won me over.


After deciding on a machine I poked around the Internet for coupons and discounts, though I did not find many for the Latitude line. I did discover that Dell was offering $400 off the price of each Latitude configured over $1,600 and figured it wouldn't get much better than that. Dell's customization and order process is very straightforward and I made sure to spend plenty of time agonizing over choices like integrated versus discrete graphics or 9-cell versus 6-cell batteries. All in all it was a smooth and pleasant shopping experience. The machine arrived just over a week after I ordered it.

First Impression

The computer shipped with everything shown here. The container was divided into two sections, a cardboard container for the power supply, media bay battery, resource disks and documentation and a styrofoam crate for the actual computer. I was actually somewhat surprised that the notebook came with printed documentation; the last few Dell machines my family bought came with a short pamphlet telling you how to plug in the computer in several different languages.

When I first pulled the d800 out of its protective envelope boy was I impressed. Things have changed since the days of my 500m. I expected the build quality to be good, but it was unexpectedly good. It's really quite solid. It's also very pleasant to look at it; I think the rather subdued appearance is much nicer than the flashy white-bumper Inspiron.


When I first opened up the machine I found the hinges quite stiff with pretty much no play. The outer shell of the notebook is made of a magnesium alloy though the inner surfaces are still made of plastic. The chassis has no flex whatsoever; I can pick it up by a corner without a problem. Unfortunately though there is a bit of flex in the screen and palmrest, but it is much less than that of older Dell machines. The latch is a bit loose but the travel is very small. The overall build quality might not be on par with that of the Thinkpad series but it is getting close.

The right side houses the optical drive and two USB ports. The optical drive can be removed and replaced with the media bay battery while the computer is on; it acts like a plug and play device.

The left side has an air vent, an IEEE 1394 port, mic and headset jacks, ExpressCard and PC card slots and something called a wifi-catcher which tells you whether you're in range of a wireless network. It is triggered by the small switch to the left.

The back of the notebook has Ethernet, S-video, USB, modem, serial, VGA and power ports. Another USB port would have been nice; even the D630 has four.

Finally, on the bottom of the machine you can see the battery, StrikeZone, memory cover, fan vent and docking port, but the primary battery is actually a tad bit loose, though I didn't notice until I took it out and put it back in. The media bay battery fits nice and tight.

Like I said before, I'm very fond of the somewhat simplistic Latitude design. Save for the small curves that make up the corners of the machine the lines of the laptop are straight and parallel forming a nearly rectangular solid. I think this gives it a more rugged and balanced appearance than wedge shaped notebooks which seem to be appearing more and more these days. The two tone color scheme also contributes to the smart appearance of a business laptop.

Input Devices

The keyboard looks like a typical Dell keyboard; it's very similar in appearance to the keyboard on my 500m. I found that the keyboard is generally more pleasant to use; the keys have a slightly greater travel and a greater amount of feedback as well. There isn't any flex in the keyboard as far as I can tell, though I am not a terribly hard typist. Overall it's a decent keyboard, good, but nothing special.

The touchpad feels the same as the one on my 500m. It's responsive and easy to use, but again, nothing terribly special. I really like the buttons under the touchpad. Instead of having a short, hard click the d800 has buttons that have a longer, softer click to them which I just find to be rather nice. The same can be said for the power button and media buttons.

I don't use a pointing stick very often; in fact there isn't one on my 500m, but I found it to be less responsive than the touchpad and harder to use. I tended to overshoot where I was aiming much of the time. It may just be because I don't have much experience with the trackpoint. The buttons for the trackpoint are the same as those for the touchpad with that same long, soft click.

I don't like having a bunch of multimedia buttons cluttering up the front of my computer, so I am glad that the d800 only has three. There are three buttons to control the speaker volume: higher, lower and mute.


According to the various reviews I read, the D820 seemed to have a rather lacking screen and I was afraid this problem would carry over to the d800. Initially I felt that my fears had come true, but after further consideration and comparison, I find that the screen is quite nice, though it's certainly not perfect.

One of the first things I noticed when I turned on the computer was the unusually large amount of light leakage coming from the bottom of the screen. With both screens set to a blank screen saver under identical lighting conditions the screen on the d800 shows somewhat more light leakage than the screen on the 500m. In the following picture the d800 is on the left and the 500m is on the right.

However, once it's up and running, the d800's screen is noticeably brighter than that of the 500m; you can tell by just how much more light it throws on the keyboard. Again, the d800 is on the left and the 500m is on the right.

Concerning viewing angles; the horizontal viewing angles are pretty good, but the vertical viewing angles leave something to be desired. This seems to be the case with most laptops I've used though.

The fuzziness in the pictures is generated by my poor picture taking skills, but I'd like to mention that I am not using the native resolution. The icon and taskbar sizes at the native resolution were too small for my eyes so I had to revert to a lesser resolution.

I've heard numerous comments about the screen being "washed out" and colors being "faded", but unless I'm running on batteries and thus, less than full brightness, I don't find any of these to be problems, Even without any sort of brightness or contrast tweaks the screen is quite useable and ultimately the high amounts of light leakage don't seem to affect the performance of the display.

Heat and Noise

When the laptop is idling it is very quiet. I can only hear it if I try to. When going about my normal business, it's very easy to ignore. Under a heavy load such as video encoding or benchmarking, the fan will start running at higher speeds. At this point a significant amount of noise is generated, but I believe it is from the moving air rather than the fan itself. Also, the optical drive makes a bit of noise when it is running, though that is pretty typical for optical drives in general.

When the laptop is idling it is also quite cool. The lower half of the keyboard and palmrest stays at room temperature while the upper half just gets a tad bit warmer. Under a heavy load the upper half will heat up a noticeable amount, but the fan does a good job of keeping the temps at a reasonable level. The bottom of the laptop and the air coming out the back can also get pretty warm under these conditions.

Battery and battery life

dell latitude d800 laptop battery

Tech. of the dell latitude d800 laptop battery.

Battery Type: Li-ion

Voltage : 11.1V (Compatible with 10.8V)

Capacity : 6600mAh

Color : Grey

Dimension : 226.90 x 66.80 x 24.40 mm

Net Weight : 461g

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I did a simple test to emulate light use of the d800 under battery power. I turned the screen down to half brightness and let windows media player play music at a relatively low volume. This test was also done under the default Vista setup, prior to the installation of ForceWare drivers.

The 9-cell dell latitude d800 battery primary on its own reached 10% in a bit under three hours. Together with the media bay battery it reached 10% in just over four and a half hours.

Considering that my 500m could do three and a half hours on its one primary battery, I was a bit disappointed with the battery life at first, especially when owners of D620s and D630s were claiming battery lives of up to five hours. But considering I have a 15 inch WUXGA screen and discrete graphics I guess a drop in battery life is expected.

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Tuesday, October 30, 2007

HP pavilion dv4000 Review

HP pavilion dv4000 Review

The HP Pavilion dv4000 is a new mid-sized 15.4" notebook from HP. It is designed to replace the dv5000z. It comes with either the AMD Sempron or Turion64 X2 Processors. It is a DTR that can occasionally travel aimed at multimedia notebook users with its glossy screen and lots of connection options. It starts with a base price of $699 at though preconfigured models are available at retailers.

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Specs of Notebook Under Review

Model: HP pavilion dv4000

CPU: AMD Turion 64 X2 Mobile TL-56 (1.8GHz/512x2 L2)

Memory: 2GB PC5300 DDR2 2 DIMMs 0 Open

Hard Drive: 120GB 5400RPM Seagate ST9120821AS

Motherboard: Quanta 30B8
Screen: 15.4" WXGA Glossy
Optical Drive: LG GSA-4084N
8x DVD-/+R
8x DVD+RW, 6x DVD-RW
4x DVD-/+R DL
24x CD-R
24x CD-RW
GPU: 256MB Nvidia 7200 Go(64MB On Board & 192MB Shared)
Wireless: Broadcomm A/B/G with Bluetooth
Inputs: 86 Key Keyboard, Two Button Touchpad with Left Side Scroll Device
Buttons: Power, QuickPlay, Play/Pause, Stop, FastFoward, Reverse, Mute, Volume Slider and TouchPad On/Off
3 USB 2.0, Two Left-Side and One Right-Side
5-in-1 Card Reader
2 Headphone Jacks, 1 S/PDIF
Expansion Port 3
IR Port
AC Connector
Security Lock
Slots: ExpressCard54 Slot
Other: 1.3 Megapixel Webcam and Microphone
Speakers: Altec Lansing
Battery: 12 Cell
Length: 14.0"
Width: 10.2"
Height: 1" or 1.5" with the 12 Cell Battery
Weight: 6.6 lbs. with Six Cell Battery, 7.1 lbs. with 12 Cell Battery.
Operating System: Windows XP Home
Warranty: One Year
Price: $1491 as configured on

Here are some competing notebooks in the 15.4" class you may wish to consider in your search for a notebook.

Dell e1505
Lenovo N100
Sony FE
Compal HEL30
Acer Aspire/TravelMate
Toshiba Satellite
Asus F3F or S96j
Fujtsu n3000
Countless others to numerous to list
Build and Design

The dv4000 like the newer dv2000t has a new look from HP. It is mostly dark in color with the lower keyboard area being silver. The older dv5000z it replaces had a silver exterior and a dark interior. It has the HP logo and wave pattern inlaid onto the top of the notebook using HP's new Imprint Finish technique. It gives it a classy and elegant look in my opinion. The case is very curvy and smooth. Overall I would have to say it is very aesthetically pleasing, but I have a penchant for darker notebooks.

The dv4000 is under the V3000T for size comparisions (view large image)

Battery & AC Adapter

  • Battery Type: Li-ion
  • Voltage : 11.10V
  • Capacity : 4400 mAh
  • Color : Black
  • Dimension : 205.15 x 51.10 x 21.20 mm
  • Net Weight : 310.00(g)

hp pavilion dv4000 series battery compatible with hp manufacturer(OEM) part# compaq 367759-001, hp pf723a, hp pm579a.

There are two battery options for the dv4000; a six or a 12 cell battery. This particular model came with the 12 cell battery. It is basically another six cell battery attached underneath the regular six cell battery. It sticks out from the bottom of the notebook, raising the back of the notebook about inch. It also adds about pound of weight to the notebook.

The dv4000 with the larger 12 cell battery is back to back with the V3000T which the smaller six cell battery .

Having recently purchased a Compaq V3000T I was most interested in seeing what life with the 12 cell was like since I had chosen the six cell battery. The thing I had the hardest time deciding was whether or not to get the 12 cell battery. Like most people I like a lot of battery life, but I also like to keep the weight down as well. Using the 12 cell with WiFi on and the screen set to 50%, I was able to get 5:35 minutes of battery life. As noted the 12-cell protrudes from the bottom of the notebook. It made a convenient handle when carrying around the notebook. It also raises the notebook making it easier to type on when using it on a flat surface. When using it on my lap, it seemed most of the weight of the notebook rested where the battery was in contact with my legs. I at times found it uncomfortable. I later found if I positioned the battery between my legs, which is possible since the battery does not run the length of the notebook, it was more comfortable.

The AC adapter while small is the three pronged variety which can make finding an outlet a bit harder.

hp pavilion zv5000 laptop review

hp pavilion zv5000 laptop review

hp pavilion zv5000 laptop feature

Mobile Intel Pentium 4 3.06-, 2.80-, 2.66-, and 2.40-GHz processors, all with 512-KB L2 cache, varying by notebook model - or - Intel Pentium 4 DT 3.20-, 3.06-, 2.80-, 2.66-, and 2.40-GHz processors, all with 256-KB L2 cache, varying by notebook model - or - AMD Athlon 64 1.8-, 2.0-, and 2.2-GHz processors, all with 1-MB L2 cache, varying by notebook model - or - AMD Athlon XP-M 1.6-GHz processor with 256- KB L2 cache 15.4-inch wide UXGA (1600 × 1200), 15.4-inch wide XGA (1024 × 768), or 15.0-inch XGA (1024 × 768) TFT displays with over 16.7 million colors, varying by notebook model ATI MOBILITY RADEON 9600 Pro graphics controller with 64 or 32 MB of video memory, varying by notebook model 80-, 60-, 40-, or 30-GB high-capacity hard drive, varying by notebook model 256-MB DDR synchronous DRAM (SDRAM) at 333 MHz, expandable to 2.0 GB Microsoft® Windows® XP Home Edition and Microsoft Windows XP Professional Full-size Windows keyboard with integrated numeric keypad TouchPad pointing device Integrated 5-in-1 Memory Reader slot Integrated 10/100/1000BaseT Ethernet local area network (LAN) NIC with RJ-45 connector Integrated wireless support for Mini PCI 802.11a/b/g LAN devices 2 Type II PC Card slots with support for both 32-bit (CardBus) and 16-bit PC Cards External 120-watt AC adapter and power cord 12- or 8-cell Li-Ion battery pack Stereo speakers Support for the following devices in the MultiBay: 24X Max DVD+RW/R and CD-RW Combo Drive 24X Max DVD/CD-RW Combo Drive 8X Max DVD-ROM Drive 24X Max CD-ROM Drive 8-cell Li-Ion battery pack Connectors for: RJ-11 (modem) RJ-45 network interface card (NIC) S-Video Parallel External monitor DC power Docking 1394 digital Microphone Stereo speaker/headphone

Hp pavilion zv5000 notebook battery

My particular Pavilion ZV5000 model is the Best Buy specific ZV5240 which bumps the specs up significantly from the bargain base model. I am satisfied with the 60GB EIDE hard drive (4200 RPM). More would have been good, but for the price I can not complain. The system boasts 512 RAM which includes 128MB shared video memory (the video card is a ATI Mobility Radeon 9000). This is more than what was on my previous notebook, so again I’m fine with it but would have preferred more (in a perfect world, of course). The processor is a Pentium 4 3.0GHz with hyper-threading technology (another major improvement on the Satellite which was just a 2.0GHz). With a built in modem and network card in addition to 802.11g wireless (which supports the old b standard), my HP provides all the latest network connectivity. With three USB 2.0 ports, firewire (IEEE 1394), and built-in 5-in-1 digital media reader (supporting Secure Digital, MultiMediaCard, Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO and SmartMedia), the ZV5000 series computer provides all the necessities and a few extras which have proven useful in digital photography. While my new computer regrettably doesn’t come with a disk drive, there is that option. I doubt I’ll actually buy the peripheral though it will be interesting to see how I deal without the old trusty 3.5” drive. The CD-ROM is actually a CD burner (24x24x24) and DVD reader (8x) in one. This is a scant improvement on my old Satellite, so I am fine with it. One marked improvement for me is with the internal speakers. The harman/kardon 16-bit stereo sound is worlds better than the generic and unpredictable/oft-crackly sound of my old computer. As far as input devices go, the notebook comes with a fancy touch pad. In fact, I really like this feature. I’ve never been a fan of the lack of responsiveness with most touch pads, this one is nice. It comes with the typical touch area and two buttons. Additionally, it has a textured area slightly to the right for scrolling. To this I say hallelujah--it’s about time. However, I do instead tend to use a peripheral infrared mouse instead despite my appreciation of HP’s lovely touch pad innovation. Speaking of useful buttons, HP also has a few easily accessible toggle options. It is simple to turn off your touch pad (unlike on my old computer). There’s a button for it just above (get this) the touch pad. You can also toggle your wireless in much the same manner. Oh yeah, and the battery is the expected Lithium Ion, though in the case of the Pavilion it seems to last relatively well (a few hours) as compared to my old Satellite which didn’t seem to do quite as well. One final thing to mention is that the pavilion ZV5000 doesn’t come with good software. It comes standard with Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition (blech), the newest (double blech) Microsoft Works, Quicken New User Edition, Microsoft Money, Encarta Plus, among various other HP imaging software. I’m not impressed by this but fortunately have other better software at my disposal. The final cost of the computer (had it not been a “free replacement”) with rebates is right now about $1300--maybe a little less. For the price I’ve been impressed thus far--especially with the display and sound. It definitely isn’t a good choice if you are looking for something light and mobile, but if your laptop is your only computer the HP ZV5000 is worth investigating.

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hp pavilion zv5000 battery feature: Chemistry:Li-ion Volts: 14.8V Capacity: 6600mAh Dimension: 152 x 114 x 19.3mm Net Weight: 607.5g Color: Black

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Saturday, October 27, 2007

Compaq presario 2100 laptop and laptop battery review

Compaq presario 2100 laptop and laptop battery review

The Presario 2100 series is a well-crafted mainstream notebook, and our only major complaint with the design is the loud fan that kicks in on occasion. The 7.2-pound notebook measures a slightly wide 13 by 10.7 by 1.6 inches, which is reasonable when you consider that every system in the series comes with a big and bright 14.1- or 15-inch screen, an integrated floppy drive, and a built-in CD, DVD, or DVD/CD-RW combo drive.

We're particularly partial to the unusual blue lights that complement the Presario 2100 series' power button and the standard touchpad (no pointing stick option is available). A button above the touchpad turns the pad on and off, helping you avoid accidentally moving the pointer by bumping the pad. We also like the way the right side of the touchpad is sectioned off by a vertical line, indicating the part of the software-enhanced pad that you should use for scrolling. Two mouse buttons form a smile shape underneath the pad. Finally, the wide keyboard features a familiar, desktoplike layout, with Insert, Delete, Home, and End keys huddled in the upper-right corner.

The Presario 2100 series comes with a full assortment of ports and slots. Its right edge sports one PS/2 port and whichever secondary optical storage drive you choose. The back edge includes two of the slower USB 1.1 ports and one port each of serial, VGA, Ethernet, S-Video out, and parallel. On the left edge are the floppy drive, a 56Kbps modem port, a FireWire port, one Type II PC Card slot, headphone and microphone ports, and three buttons for volume up, down, and mute. The front edge features an IrDA port.

Features of HP Compaq Presario 2100 series

The Presario 2100 series' extensive configurability is a nice change from the limited options that are typical of mainstream notebooks. You can currently choose between AMD mobile Athlon XP, Intel mobile Celeron, and Pentium 4-M processors running from 1.6GHz to 2.5GHz. Your four hard drive choices are 20GB, 30GB, 40GB, or 60GB. The active-matrix display comes in two sizes and two native resolutions: 14.1 or 15 inches at an average 1,024x768 pixels, as well as another 15-inch option with a finer 1,400x1,050 resolution. All memory consists of fast 266MHz DDR SDRAM starting at 128MB and going to 1,024MB. You can also order either integrated 802.11b or the extrafast 802.11g wireless networking, although you'll have to rely on software wireless controls because the system lacks a convenient wireless On/Off switch. The model we tested included a 2.4GHz Pentium 4-M processor, 512MB of memory, and a 60GB hard drive.

Performance of HP Compaq Presario 2100 series

Mobile application performance

The Compaq Presario 2100 performed below average compared to previous 2.4GHz Pentium 4-M systems that we've tested. This performance deficiency can be attributed to its ATI Radeon 340M graphics adapter, which borrows 64MB of main memory and cripples the system's performance. The Presario 2100 scored even lower than the 2.2GHz desktop Pentium 4 Toshiba Satellite Pro 6100. The system, however, ranked significantly higher than the Fujitsu LifeBook E series, which has the same processor and uses a similar graphics adapter. The bottom line is that the Presario 2100Â's greedy graphics adapter prevents the system from achieving its full potential. If youÂ're looking to buy a system for mobile performance, you should look elsewhere.

HP Compaq Presario 2100 battery

In our small roundup of systems, the Compaq Presario 2100 battery ,battery code: compaq 319411-001 came out on top in battery life. With its 14.4V, 4,400mAh battery, the system beat out the Fujitsu LifeBook E Series, with its slightly weaker 14.4V, 3,800mAH battery. Compared to 2.4GHz desktop Pentium 4 systems weÂ've tested in the past, the compaq 2100 battery scored about average. Not bad; but with a better battery, it could have lasted longer.

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