Released in February 2005, the Dell Latitude D610 laptop computer is classified as a midsize notebook. Equipped with a variety of productivity features, the D610 is nearly identical to the D600 model that it replaced. According to CNET Reviews, an electronics review website, the D610 was originally expensive, but its battery life, casing and performance made the laptop a solid computer.
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Dell's Latitude D610 laptop measures 12.3 inches wide, 10.3 inches tall and 1.3 inches thick and weighs 2.81kg. Its 14.1-inch thin film transistor, or TFT, active matrix screen displays more than 16 million colours at 1,400-by-1,050 pixel resolution with a 4-to-3 image aspect ratio. Powered externally, the laptop is equipped with a standard lithium-ion battery that can hold up to 4,700 milliamp hours, or MAh, of energy.
An 80GB hard drive comes standard with the D610, which is equipped with an Intel Pentium M 755/2.13 GHz processor and an Ethernet network adaptor. The laptop features 512MB of random access memory, or RAM, that utilises double data rate synchronous dynamic random access memory, or DDR2 SDRAM, interface technology. An internal 56 kiloybyte-per-second, or Kbps, modem comes preinstalled on the D610, as does a CD-ROM optical drive.
Audio and Video
Pre-equipped with 64MB of video memory, the Dell Latitude D610 utilises integrated 128-bit hardware-accelerated video technology and an Intel Extreme Graphics video controller. Television connection capabilities of the laptop include National Television System Committee (NTSC) or Phase Alternating Line (PAL) in S-video and composite analogue modes. The computer uses a Sigmatel 9751 AC'97 audio controller with 18-bit analogue-to-digital and 20-bit digital-to-analogue conversion rates. Sound is generated through two built-in 4-ohm speakers or through external headphones or speaker connectors.
In laptops produced for the North American market, the Dell Latitude D610 contains an 87-key QWERTY keyboard and a 2.6-by-1.9-inch touchpad. Security features for the D610 include system, administrator and hard drive passwords and a security lock slot. A cable lock slot also works on the laptop, but is sold separately. The computer runs the Microsoft Windows XP Professional operating system and is equipped with all driver and utility software needed for it to operate properly. Ideal environmental operating conditions for the D610 are between 0 and 29.4 degrees Celsius and between minus 40 to 149 degrees for storage. Don't plan on using the laptop on long-distance flights; the maximum operating altitude for the computer is 10,000 feet.
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