Question about Dell Inspiron 1501 Notebook
No it not obsolete, it's a rather new machine to the market. Well I guess you could say as obsolete as anything else on the market, since most items are already considered obsolete just as soon as they hit the market. The laptop will work fine in Australia. As far as the warranty goes, I'm not sure as to it's coverage in Australia. As long as you register ownership through Dell's support site, he will definitely be able to get the tech support the warranty offers, but the hardware warranty is iffy. Dell is better than most, but their hardware warranties are still on a limited plan and like most they do give a little run around on getting it serviced, especially for major hardware issues. The Inspiron 1525 is a very good machine, and I wouldn't worry too much, if taken care of, this machine will most likely last for years with no major issues, long past the warranty anyway.
Posted on Jul 16, 2008
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