Well, how to put this? A value machine. Even I have one at my disposal at the office and it's a core i5 model. The screen to me is its weak point. Barely acceptable. Not saying it's bad, just that other laptops look better to me.
As to the CPU, there are CPU charts but the i3 gets my nod.
Hello im new to this site but after realising my battered old acer aspire wouldnt turn on earlier ive been looking online for a pretty basic new laptop. I only use my laptop rarely for surfing the net, saving photos/music and word processing etc. Nothing major. I have narrowed my choice down to the dell inspire 15 which has 4gb ram and 750mb storage with a core i3 processor or the packard bell te which has 8gb ram, 750mb storage and a celeron dc b830 processor. Price wise both models are pretty similar with the dell costing £30 more but from reading the specs on both it says the i3processor speed is 2.4ghz as opposed to the celerons 1.8ghz. What do you recommend? Will the processor speed make a huge difference or am I better going for the model with more ram? Bearing in mind I am not the sort of person to upgrade once buying I will more than likely keep it for a couple of years before replacing it. Any advice would be great. Thanks