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Dell Latitude D810
  • 2.13GHz Dothan Pentium-M 770
  • Intel 915PM
  • ATI Mobility Radeon X600 (core: 398, memory: 262.5)
  • Graphics Driver: 8.063
  • 2 x 512MB Samsung DDR2 PC4300
  • 8x DVD+-RW
  • 80GB Hitachi 5400RPM Hard Drive (ATA100)
  • 15.4" WSXGA+ display (native 1680 x 1050)
  • Intel's 2200BG 802.11 b/g WiFi card
  • Broadcom Gigabit Ethernet
  • Dell's Bluetooth
  • 9 cell primary battery (11.1V, 4.8AH, 80WH)
  • 6 cell modular battery (11.1V, 4.32AH, 48WH)

In order to keep the list of notebook from getting exceedingly long and turning this page into a scrolling race, we are going to archive past notebook specs in a Excel file (XLS format), which will be updated with every notebook review (click here). If you have questions, please feel free to email us.

General Performance: The Winstones
"Real World" Application Performance

Business Winstone 2004 from Veritest uses scripts to tests the performance level of a computer in business related applications:

  • Microsoft Access 2002
  • Microsoft Excel 2002
  • Microsoft Frontpage 2002
  • Microsoft Outlook 2002
  • Microsoft PowerPoint 2002
  • Microsoft Project 2002
  • Microsoft Word 2002
  • Norton AntiVirus Professional Edition 2003
  • Winzip 8.1

Multimedia Content Creation Winstone 2004 from Veritest uses scripts to tests the performance level of a computer in multimedia rich environment:

  • Adobe Photoshop 7.0.1
  • Adobe Premiere 6.50
  • Macromedia Director MX 9.0
  • Macromedia Dreamweaver MX 6.1
  • Microsoft Windows Media™ Encoder 9 Version
  • NewTek's LightWave 3D 7.5b
  • Steinberg™ WaveLab™ 4.0f

Higher scores here indicate better performance. You can read more about Business Winstone 2004 on Veritest's FAQ page. And you can read more about Multimedia Content Creation Winstone 2004 on Veritest's FAQ page.

The scores are pretty consistent with results we have seen from similarly equipped i915XX based systems on the market. The fact that this is a performance driven notebook is very apparent in the scores here, and we really expected nothing less from a workhorse designed for the business professional.

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