"14" power crammed into an ultra book chassis."3.0 starson by SirMacAttackLean
Pros: Beautiful crisp display , something not expected.
Mini Display Port
eSata (For the vast minority who utilize this aging connection)
8GB of Ram from the factory
Optional Dual HHD
Sturdy Aluminum case
Cons: No Thunderbolt
No Firewire or any kind
keys and track pay feel transplanted off a $299 bargain bin laptop
Core i7 1.9GHz left me feeling cheated, competition offers far more at the same price point.
Summary: Many computer companies are taking too many design cues from Apple. Innovation is honestly the only thing that will keep consumers coming back. But if you try and trick your consumer base into thinking you can offer the experience of a $2200-2700 laptop you may find many of these devices in the return bid.
The track pad looks very inviting but is far from it. Some what difficult to use, not real multi touch available and it feel cheap and flimsy. Both the track pad and keyboard feel transplanted from a cheap bargain bin laptop you would find at major big box stores.
This laptop has a mini display port, but when is direct competition is offering thunderbolt on everything from its lowest priced computer this feel like a feature Dell doesn't want you to know about.
I feel Dell had a great idea but may have hit a dead line, this laptop feels like a nice sized mid grade consumer power house laptop but was crammed into an ultra book housing at the last moment.