The Dell D620 is a bestselling 2008 laptop that received positive reviews for solid construction and a sturdy design including a metal casing, extensive connectivity options, and snappy performance for basic applications, browsing the web and light gaming. It was criticized by some users for potential hardware issues in refurbished models such as battery failure requiring a battery replacement, although overall received great reception as a reliable budget laptop that’s stood the test of time.
The Dell Latitude D620 is another great product from the Latitude range that has stood the test of time. They were initially built as an upmarket offering with business users in mind, but the number of these laptops still on the market today is testament to the sheer build quality and reliability of these vintage beasts.
If you’re unlucky you may have to get a battery replacement due to a faulty refurbished model, but most users were extremely satisfied with it’s performance running Windows XP for standard usage such as MS Office, web browsing and even basic oldschool gaming thanks to integrated Intel graphics.
- Solid build quality
- Good keyboard
- Cheap replacement parts
- Windows XP Professional
- No wireless N
- Single speaker
- No webcam
The Dell Latitude D620 offers great build quality and works well as an everyday carrier for users on a budget. But the lack of a webcam means no Skype video calls without using a USB webcam.
- Weight: 5.1 lbs
- Processor: Intel Core Duo T2400 1.83GHz
- Display Size: 14.1 inch
- RAM: 2GB DDR2
- Operating System: Windows XP
- Graphics: Intel GMA 900
|Intel Core Duo T2400 1.83GHz [View Benchmarks]
|Intel GMA 900 [View Benchmarks]
|Microsoft Windows Windows XP
|Hard Drive 1
|80 HDD 5400
|1280 x 800
|4 x USB 2.0 | VGA | infrared port| Wi-Fi | Bluetooth | Docking connector
|Single speaker | High Definition Audio codec
|Dynamic Video Memory Technology 3.0
|13.27 x 9.37 x 1.26