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Dell Studio 1537 Laptop Reviewed

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Posted April 6, 2009 by Jake in News

Dell may not first come to mind in enthusiast circles when discussing desktop machines, but their laptops do quite well and garner a better reputation in most instances. But if you are one of the multitude of users that need connectivity and portability, then the Dell Studio 1537 might be up your alley. Our affiliate Laptop Logic has a http://laptoplogic.com/reviews/dell-studio-1537-review of this laptop that we’re sure you’ll find interesting.

The Dell Studio 1537 is a sight for sore eyes, with our model coming with a red lid to round out its overall smooth appearance. It also comes with some decent firepower behind that standard Studio beauty, packing a latest generation Intel Core 2 Duo P8400 2.26 GHz to go along with 4GB RAM, a 320GB HDD and a dedicated 256MB ATI Radeon HD 3450 GPU. When you consider that you can get all this for a cost that won?t exceed three digits, the Studio looks like a solid value.

The Studio 1537 comes with a few interesting features, some of which make the machine easier to look at and others which make it easier to use. The backlit keyboard and lighted touch-buttons garner obvious style points, and even the power cord itself has a glowing blue ring around it when it?s plugged into the wall. HDMI, eSATA, a biometric fingerprint reader and (optional) Blu-ray, Bluetooth and remote control help round out the feature set.

For the complete review, click http://laptoplogic.com/reviews/dell-studio-1537-review

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