Dell releases Latitude D620

By Derek Sooman on March 30, 2006, 12:45 PM
Dell has released the Latitude D620, which features a powerful Intel Core Duo processor (or, should I say processors?) The D620 also features 3G wireless (supporting both Verizon's EVDO ($179) or Cingular's HSDPA ($225) cellular modems), a 14.1-inch screen, a fingerprint reader attached to a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) and a built in Wi-Fi catcher device. The lightweight system weighs a mere 5.1 pounds, so itís perfect for road warriors. It averages 4 hours and 30 minutes battery life, and prices are expected to start at $1,951.

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johnnybroken said:
They can't fill the orders. I had a quote for the core duo D620 with the 256mb nVidia chip. When I tried to place the order, I was told that it wouldn't be honored because the video chips weren't available. Shortly after, they pulled the nVidia chip off the build options. My contact tells me it will be a month before they can add that option back. Good thinkin' Dell.
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