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    DELL Inspiron 2100 Ultra Light Notebook Review

    DELL has long been in the market focusing much of their business upon the strategy known as “desktop replacement.” The Inspiron 8000 line is currently continuing this trend but on the flip side and rather unusual for DELL, the company has now released a laptop with size, shape and dimensions truly marking it as an ultra-lite. Enter the DELL Inspiron 2100, which tips the scales at only 3.4 pounds and only an inch thick.

    http://www.hardwarecentral.com/hardw.../reviews/3120/

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    I ordered 2 of these a month ago for our project managers and so far they've been great. The one thing everyone seems to like is the fact that the peripherals are the same height as the case, so there is an almost seemless flow across the laptop when using the cd-rom or floppy drive.

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    Aye, I am with you on that. Ergonomically it jsut "fits". A really neat laptop indeed.

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    Is there meant to be a link on the front page to this article? Because I found a link to it on Google.

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    What is going on? Why has this review on SharkyExtreme: http://www.sharkyextreme.com/hardwar...op/dell_i2100/ been copied into HWC? http://www.hardwarecentral.com/hardw...eviews/3120/1/

    Surely a link would be sufficient? Have I lost my mind?

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    Pradeep,

    Sorry ... hangover from the not-so-long-ago days when Hardware Central didn't really have a staff or mission of its own & was being run as sort of a duplicate of Sharky Extreme. Now, while the sites are siblings and you'll see links to (plugs for ) each other's content, no more (even slightly edited) twins or double-dips.

    As for the front page vs. Google, with the passage of time and posting of new stuff since mid-March, the review has slid down and fallen off HwC's front page, but is still findable in the Reviews department.

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    Dell push this laptop to be for business users... however, if you go to configuring this system, it does not allow you to choose Windows 2000 OS... Why would a business travler who might take a laptop in and out of other companies network use millienium..

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