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DELL Laptop Latitude D630 Intel Core 2 Duo T7250 (2.00 GHz) 2 GB Memory 80 GB HDD 14.1" Windows XP Professional

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  • Intel Core 2 Duo T7250 2.0GHz
  • 2GB Memory 80GB HDD
  • DVD/CD-RW Combo

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The Dell Latitude D630 is designed to shine in performance as well as design. The Intel Core 2 Duo T7250 processor runs at a snappy 2.0 GHz and shares 2MB of L2 cache between the cores. The shared Advanced Smart Cache let the processor divide it between the cores as needed for optimum performance. Smart Memory Access optimizes memory transfers to keep the data flowing. This notebook also rocks outside with sturdy yet light weight construction.

  • newegg Intel Centrino Duo Mobile Technology Intel Centrino Duo mobile technology got a mobility upgrade with the Intel Core 2 Duo mobile processor. Its advanced capabilities provide twice the multitasking performance with improved energy efficiency for enhanced battery life so you get the benefits of a powerful dual-core PC plus all the benefits of mobility.
  • newegg Four USB Inputs The DELL Latitude D630 comes equipped with four USB inputs for connecting diverse USB equipment effortlessly.
  • newegg Windows XP Professional Enjoy running many existing productivity and business programs designed for Windows XP.

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  • Corine D.
  • 11/1/2013 12:00:53 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsHorrible. rip off thanks.

Pros: None. This computer had issues when i first turned it on.

Cons: This computer looked like the first laptop ever made. It was a dinosaur. When i turned it on 3 diff keys on the keyboard did not work . The mouse was touch and go. Installing windows was not easy.

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  • DAVID P.
  • 5/12/2013 10:32:52 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsreferbish laptop

Pros: none

Cons: bought this referbished dell labtop with 2 year warrenty. the thing broke in less than 3 months and i can not get any satisfaction from the warrenty co.which sent me too discount lap . and I never heard from them they were to send a return author # now I cannot even get them on line. Bad computer and bad warrenty ! Guess I am out $400 bucks now. Anyway to get some of it back????

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  • leon s.
  • 12/13/2012 8:28:45 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsFigures!!

Pros: good price.

Cons: The sound never was loud enough to hear. The WiFi would wink out at its lesure.
The first time I needed it for a business trip the darn thing loses the wifi, then the opsys gets all wierd and starts to blue screen and finally the hard drive gave the clack of death. Of course all this happens 7 days after the 1 year extended warranty expires.
If you get one of these and it so much as glitches once SEND IT BACK!! Dont do like I did and just live with the occasional glitch. They will get worse just when you need it!

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  • daniel j.
  • 7/22/2012 5:58:02 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsD630

Pros: These were $1,400-$1,800 business class notebooks from 2007-2009. Out of the 2 dozen or so that I have bought & sold, I had an issue with 1 but it was an easy fix. They come with either Intel or Nvidia Chipsets. [No problems with Nvidia based systems like the HP's had so don't feel like you should return it if you get one with that chipset.]
Offered with a 1 year warranty, that's not bad but check that out for sure, I have purchased items that were refurb's & that 1 year warranty was a type-O.
I usually get mine from Colleges or Business's with their own IT/Tech Support, this insures that they were taken care of.
When outside, you can see the screen because they are matted & not glossy like most notebook's.
Dell O.S. Disc's do not require a key. I've used the same disc to do installs on 3 systems. Dual Boot XP 32bit & Win. 7 64bit, it's easy & helps if you are still running a lot of older app's.
Budget systems are under $300 but if you want Dual HDD's & a dependable unit,BUY IT

Cons: 1: You can run 8GB memory but DDR2 is a bit costly.
2: Your not going to get all of the 3-D Graphics like new models but remember, these were made for a Business environment & not entertainment but I've used these models to play movies without issues.
3: No HDMI out port so if your looking for a notebook to hook up to your flat screen with just the 1 cable, you'll have to go online to get what you need. Again, this isn't really a con if you aren't going to use this for running movies on your TV.
Note: the following is not con's, I just ran out of room. I put together a system for my son. At work they are running XP & will continue for the next 3-4 years. I built him a Dual Boot system, XP for work & 7 for home. He loves it. He can keep all his work information on the 150GB partition. Even though his router is secured tighter than a drum, he still disables the wifi on his XP partition for 100% safe security.

Other Thoughts: What I like about these models is, [like I mentioned above] you can get all the replacement parts pretty cheap. Bezels, CPU's, Screen's are easy to find. Except a replacement screen, I have found parts for under $20.00. I can't mention the websites but just Google it, you'll find anything you need, that is if you do need any part's.
With this model, there is a 1-click removal for the optical drive & replace it with a 2nd hard drive. With a little modding, I was able to get 1TB hard drive's for the storage drive. 750GB-1TB hard drives are a bit thicker than the smaller drives so you need to mode the inclosure so they fit, if you want the option of the extra storage. Dell Software is pretty cheap. I purchased Vista Business & Ultimate, $10, 4GB memory & surprisingly it run's pretty good, even though it's Vista. Windows 7 running 6-8GB's with 64bit operating system, & they run good. Taking advantage of the 1TB drive, I made partitions for XP, Vista,7 & Linux, all activated & ready to use

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  • Robert G.
  • 7/22/2012 6:44:53 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

5 out of 5 eggs

Pros: I have several of these (d630, d830), bought from other sources, refurb, though not from Newegg. Nice machines, run Windows 7 and Ubuntu no problem. The faster ones (above 1.8GHz) can run 'toasty'. Docking stations can be found for cheap, though you may then need a higher capacity AC adapter. Swap in a SSD for the hard drive and they'll boot windows in seconds and improve your battery capacity. Generally easy to find parts (keyboards, batteries, AC adapters, etc.). Upgrade from XP/Win7/Vista to Windows 8 said to be coming for $40 as intro deal Fall 2012, will be great price if it works ok.

Cons: Battery life with refurbs can be questionable. I've generally been lucky, but expect sometimes shorter life. On the other hand, you'll probably find that higher capacity replacements compared to what you have are now available. You'd pay more but in my opinion can be worth doing. You want a laptop for portability, right?

Other Thoughts: Overall, would buy again. The d830 has a larger, easier to read screen. The d630 is smaller, more convenient to carry. Had one d630 develop a screen problem, but I"m blaming that on the 6 year old beating on it while playing Nickelodeon games.

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  • daniel j.
  • 5/4/2012 11:16:43 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsDell Latitude D630

Pros: BIOS update "A-17" allows 8GB DDR2-667MHz Memory.
Original price, $1,500-$1,750 depending on hardware options.
With the matted screen, you can use it outside which is nice.
Inclosures for a 2nd hard drive that fit into the optical drive bay make these units a great for extra storage & help keep it portable so you don't have to carry an external hard drive. .
See other thoughts.

Cons: No "Flash Card" slot but I purchased $10 USB adapters here at Newegg which is nice anyways since it's updated to what is used today since some of the notebooks I've purchased where originally sold in early-mid 2008.
No Webcam which is fine really since it's one less open port to worry about so I guess it's not really a con if your concerned about security or allow remote access to your computers.

Other Thoughts: I buy & sell notebooks. I've sold about 2 dozen D630's & have not had one complaint period. I only buy from colleges or business's with IT personnel, that way I know they were taken care of plus I make sure that what I sell has been completely taken apart, cleaned, replace the Heatsink fan & try them out for a few days. My grandson usually does the testing, then listed on a auction site under my "nickname".
It's a snap to turn these notebooks into dual boot machines. Running XP with either Vista or Windows 7 is a 100% guarantee that you'll be able to run all your older programs unlike "XP Mode"allows.. Dell didn't match the O.S. software to the BIOS & S/N like some manufactures did.
With a press of a button, you can pop out the optical drive & install a floppy drive, extra battery or my favorite, a 2nd HDD. "1TB" HDD's from Newegg will be bundled with 2-D630's I'm getting ready to sell around the 10th of May. Main HDD-250GB plus the 1TB should make them quick sellers for $335.

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  • Sean A.
  • 4/4/2012 1:43:09 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsPleased As Punch

Pros: Exactly what it says on the tin. For the rock-bottom price you're paying, this is an excellent (if somewhat dated) little machine.

Cons: Biggest flaw I could find is there's no SD card slot. Plenty of USB ports, so if you have a little USB card reader (I do) it ain't no thang, but I was a little surprised. Also it runs a little warm. Not HP warm, just a bit warmer than I was expecting.

Other Thoughts: Pretty much all I intend to run on it are OpenOffice and Firefox and it does both admirably. It's running Windows XP, but I don't really consider that a flaw. In fact I expect upgrading to 7 would only slow it down. Also the hard drive is only 80GB, so if you're doing any large projects on your five-year-old refurbished lappy, you'll need an external drive.

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  • Kyle M.
  • 3/6/2012 11:45:20 AM
  • Ownership: less than 1 day

5 out of 5 eggsCome on people

Pros: This is one of the oldest dell laptops you can get and it's recertified. This laptop isn't recommended to regular users in my opinion. It should be recommended for users who know how to fix laptops and want a cheap laptop to either keep XP on or put Linux on it and mess around.

Cons: You get what you pay for.

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  • Robert C.
  • 3/5/2012 5:07:40 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsExcellent

Pros: Fit and finish good, bright display, strong 6 cell battery, XPsp3 cd.

Cons: none

Other Thoughts: Few signs of light usage or you would think it is new.

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  • Andrew C.
  • 3/2/2012 8:10:54 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsDisappointed

Pros: The price seemed good for a business-class laptop.
These laptops don't have too many screws, and are easy to disassemble.

Cons: Got one with on-board Nvidia graphics. They have reliability issues and run hot.
You'll have to disassemble one soon enough...

Other Thoughts: I bought this laptop from Newegg in early October 2011, and the video went out at the end of February 2012. It took about 30 minutes, in total, to tear down the laptop, perform a re-flow, then put it all back together. Video functionality was restored, but for how long?

It makes me wonder how my laptop was "recertified" by Dell, and what prior issue(s) it experienced.

As a laptop primarily used for web browsing and email, I probably would have been more satisfied with another model using Intel graphics.

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