Looking for Replacement

Hey I'm looking to a replacement laptop to the same or similar specs. Not a big upgrade, the closer the better.

I'm having problems finding laptops with disk drives** cd/dvd and dialup plugins**. there's a lot of paper thin notebooks that would never have those options. It doesn't need more then 4gbs ram the pervious had 2. It had just a basic Intel chipset I Imagine it wasn't used for much gaming mostly online browsing/shopping, music.
The dell site really lets me down there's so little on there so It doesn't even have to be a dell anymore, just similar specs. Windows 7 would be awesome but I doubt it exists on new budget hardware anymore so, W/e 8 or 10s okay.
If its cheaper, non-touch screen is better but I know some laptops are the same price regardless touch/non-touch.

The important things are;
Duel Core around 2ghz (1.8-2.5 should be fine)
Dial up plugin*
Disk Drive RW*
Speaker plugin
150Gbs ore more memory

The dells seem to have only wireless internet options which wont work this laptops going to a remote area where they use dial up.

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This may have to be used or refurb.
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Satelite internet

is an upgrade available to people in remote sites (they even advertise on TV and I haven't seen a dialup internet commecial in years)

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I really like the Fly and Drive model at link.

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