Overview of Dell Studio 1737

Published: 19th May 2010
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Michael Dell's company has again hit the bull's eye as the latest Dell Studio 1737 is a laptop that has earned rare reviews all around the technical corner. The 17 inch screen is a sheer delight and is ideal for visual display like watching movies and engaging oneself in games. The coating is very glossy and is smoothly visible in any sort of light. The touchpad on the notebook PC annihilates the requirement of a mouse to scroll and navigate around where as the keyboard is fixed at a comfortable angle and is made in a way in which the user will feel very relaxed while using. There are some multimedia buttons and work well when used. Connectivity is enhanced with the help of the four USB ports and the SD card reader. Apart from these, there is an HDMI output and a VGA output as well as the microphone jack and a couple of head-phone jacks. The processor used in it is the Intel Core 2 Duo T6400 which provides a ballistic processing speed and rips through everything within no time.

The Dell Studio 1737 Refurbished Notebook PC offers a wealth of multimedia entertainment choices at an affordable price. It boasts a 17-inch WXGA Liquid Crystal Display that will make your movies, videos, photos, and games come alive with stunning vibrancy and realism. This 7.87 Ibs Notebook Computer features a 2GHz Intel Pentium T4200 processor, 4GB of DDR2 memory, a 500GB hard drive, HDMI port, and a DVD burner. It also features an integrated graphics and onboard WiFi. The Dell Studio 1737 battery runs on the Genuine Vista Home Premium 64-bit operating system. Whether you are at home or traveling, this fast, powerful Notebook Computer will provide you with a exciting, high-definition entertainment.

Dell studio 1737 Technical Specifications:
9 Cell Lithium Ion battery
Gigabit high-speed Ethernet
Intel 965PM / GM Express Chipset
Intel High Definition Audio 2.0
Width: 15.46" (392.6mm)
Height: 1.18" (30mm) front / 1.69" (43mm) back
Depth: 11.36" (288.6mm)

I purchased the midnight blue version of this computer a little over a week ago. It's sturdy and has some great features, such as the numeric keypad and backlit keyboard, 17" display which is extremely vibrant, touch controls for the audio, and a really innovative face recognition program for security. However, the computer crashed first time out of the box and has done so consistently over the past week. Today it crashed 4 times in one session. So its welcome has been overstayed and it will be returning to Staples tomorrow. Upon further investigation on another retailer's website, user reviews show that this particular Dell Studio 17 battery has been somewhat notorious for crashing. Despite my faith in Dell products, this computer does not live up to expectations.

The Studio line is Dell's midrange laptops. The Inspiron being there low end range for consumers that just need a standard laptop. The Dell Studio laptop is completely plastic and it's a bit on the heavy side in my opinion. Maybe because i am so use to my light weight Dell 10 min netbook that i have been spoiled. This is a good lap top. However, i think the flaw in Dell is that their products can get very pricey very quickly. Especially when you are adding in high end features like 6GB RAM rather than 3GB RAM or 2.99GHZ instead of 2.33GHZ etc. You can get the same thing at HP for probably around a hundred dollars less and their quality feels a bit more refined, polished, and sturdy. That being said if you check Dell's website they do have deals going on all the time especially on holidays. But for some reason the price never seems as low as it should be. If you check periodically you will find yourself a deal. I go to that website religiously and build the exact same laptop that I have and it always comes up to more money. I got mine on a special promo.

The RAM in it is the 3.0GB DDR2 Ram and the space in the hard disk drive is 280GB. This means that the user can store a lot of temporary data on the computer and the space offered in the HDD simply demonstrates the kind of files and multimedia storage that can be stuffed into the CPU. The Studio 1737 battery has all the features in it that counts for being a good notebook PC. Buy it at an affordable price and you will be delighted with the piece that you get.

Dell studio 1737 powered by Intel Core 2 Duo T6400 2.00GHz, 800Mhz FSB, 2MB cache, 4GB Dual Channel 667MHz DDR2 SDRAM and 320GB 5400 RPM SATA hard drive, 8X Slot Load CD/DVD Writer and Wi-Fi Wireless 1510 802.11a/g/n.

This Dell's Notebook also equiped with HDMI port, lets you to enjoy movie from this Pavilion laptop PC on your HDTV. Another great features, Dell studio 1734 has facial recognition biometric security software, that allow you to login by recognize your face, this laptop computers uses Windows Vista Home Premium operating system.

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