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  • Dell Inspiron 9400Published on 03/08/06 at 11:22
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use it for a month
    The +: stability and efficacitbr /> the -: jr say the maius autonomy is my gal ,,,
    I run it:
    bfd, sample tank, b4 and halion more audio tracks (for now 2 RECORDING)
    not budge !!
    my tour in 3ghz p4 with 1gb ram does best fesaitpas,
    i was gone for a macbook pro qd but I saw that there was no carrying case I use mac for he offers me (even qd c'tait up end !!!) and a little drop on me by telling me that I had to buy it has on the site !!!
    of course I could have let go 50 euros in a briefcase but put me glands then I'm all in dell and nickel!
    mac I will come probably never !!!!
  • Dell Inspiron 9400Published on 05/15/07 at 07:45
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Hello 9400 dell Ispiron he can spend more 2GB ram thank you
  • Dell Inspiron 9400Published on 12/08/06 at 04:41
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I config the résumé that I took:
    Core 2 Duo T7200 2GHz
    2G ram 533
    GeForce 7900 GS 256MB
    Wallpapers 1920 * 1200
    120 GB
    9-cell battery

    I use it for three months, it's a real pleasure, I took it because I dplace much impossible to be with a desktop PC over the mine was getting a little old so I'm party looking for a laptop. Only Dell offers the T7200 available for a price in the final in 1500 I'm shooting for 1600 with options.

    What is the particular feature you like best and least?

    What I like about this computer is the screen, the process that never tires. I was afraid of autonomy but in normal use I tienda around 2:30 I think it's 3 hours not bad for a 17 ". on the......
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    I config the résumé that I took:
    Core 2 Duo T7200 2GHz
    2G ram 533
    GeForce 7900 GS 256MB
    Wallpapers 1920 * 1200
    120 GB
    9-cell battery

    I use it for three months, it's a real pleasure, I took it because I dplace much impossible to be with a desktop PC over the mine was getting a little old so I'm party looking for a laptop. Only Dell offers the T7200 available for a price in the final in 1500 I'm shooting for 1600 with options.

    What is the particular feature you like best and least?

    What I like about this computer is the screen, the process that never tires. I was afraid of autonomy but in normal use I tienda around 2:30 I think it's 3 hours not bad for a 17 ". on the other hand I regret a little numrique pav, but hey I can put my keyboard on it without problem (logitech MX for Bluetooth).

    How do you report qualitprix?

    The price is a bit lev but for a laptop other than Dell would have had to almost double.

    I think I do it again without this choice problem, there is still more trs T7200 few on the market is pleased that the t5500 is Submitted.
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  • Dell Inspiron 9400Published on 12/19/06 at 20:25
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Well, I put a notice anyway because I'm really surprised
    I thought a laptop was necessarily less powerful than a fixed ... well NO!
    in my processor T5600 (2x1, 83gHz) beats an AMD 3800x2 (number of playable notes along with the preset C119, Hold Down Those Keys, the Z3TA + (default store) after activating the oversampling x2: 7 ratings 10ms in the 3800x2, 9 notes on the T5600)
    for use in music with Cubase SL 3, I did a little test with 16 stereo tracks + 10 VSTi instruments, all playing simultaneously: the occupation was no drive (yes the audio was loaded with loops so small repetitive patterns of light and enough RAM), CPU occupancy to 50% (yes it depends on the VSTi used by the......
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    Well, I put a notice anyway because I'm really surprised
    I thought a laptop was necessarily less powerful than a fixed ... well NO!
    in my processor T5600 (2x1, 83gHz) beats an AMD 3800x2 (number of playable notes along with the preset C119, Hold Down Those Keys, the Z3TA + (default store) after activating the oversampling x2: 7 ratings 10ms in the 3800x2, 9 notes on the T5600)
    for use in music with Cubase SL 3, I did a little test with 16 stereo tracks + 10 VSTi instruments, all playing simultaneously: the occupation was no drive (yes the audio was loaded with loops so small repetitive patterns of light and enough RAM), CPU occupancy to 50% (yes it depends on the VSTi used by the Vanguard, Adventus, Jeskola, Crystal, Synth1 ...)
    For all my other projects (including the musical quality is questionable ...): I have never been limited by the computer (only by myself!) (Even with convolution reverbs 2 SIR 1011)

    I took the screen "normal" 1440x900 it should be recognized that we must direct it because otherwise the bottom of the screen is brighter than the rest of the screen, but otherwise he is fine
    I did not take the graphics card and I do not regret it (yet ...), I never play (no time!) and the occupation of the memory due to the graphics card is 11MB (I'm in 1440x900 32-bit) so it's not too penalizing
    I took only 1 GB of RAM is my only regret for the occupation memory I have when I launched Cubase SL 3 is 435 MB, so I'm left with more than 541 MB to load the VSTi and audio files
    It is true that at present it is enough for me but I fear that one day this gap I have a problem (the day I would make the project of the century!)
    Note: I advise you to uninstall many programs included with the PC to free up CPU and memory (in my case I have completely reinstalled the system but on reflection I do not think it is really essential: it takes a good half day and we must have ordered the CD to reinstall XP and Resource CD)

    Conclusion: very good PC for someone who wants a laptop (though it has problems with a laptop: keyboard not as good here no keypad, always have to plug and unplug cables when it resumes on his desk ) ... ah it is difficult ... the gentleman
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