DQ-CF623 Li-Ion 9-Cell Laptop Battery for Dell

This is a brand-new 9-cell li-ion laptop battery for Dell laptops!

DQ-CF623 Li-Ion 9-Cell Laptop Battery for Dell

Compatible Parts: CF623, CF704, CF711, CR160, CW666, CW674, DF192, DF230, DF249, FF231, FF232, GR932, GX047, HR048, HX306, JT784, MM156, MM158, MM160, MM165, NX618, RW220, TT721, WN791, WN979, XD735, XD736, XD739, YD623, YD624, YD626, YW652, YW670, 310-9122, 310-9123, 312-0393, 312-0394, 312-0401, 312-0402, 312-0537, 312-0538, 451-10308, 451-10309, 451-10326, 451-10327, 999C5830F, 999C6570F.

Specifications:

  • Capacity: 85Whr
  • Cell Count: 9-Cell
  • Technology: Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) Rechargeable
  • Warranty: 1 Year Replacement

HP Folio 13 vs. Dell XPS 13: Ultrabook laptop Prizefight

Ultrabooks are a hot topic right now, but with so many superslim 13-inch laptops available, how do you choose the best one? It’s especially hard in the new pseudo-category, as most of the ultrabooks we’ve seen have are very similar, both in design and specs. For this eagerly awaited Prizefight, we pitted two of our favorite ultrabooks against each other — the HP Folio 13 and the Dell XPS 13.

HP Folio 13 vs. Dell XPS 13: Ultrabook laptop Prizefight

The Dell has a very MacBook-Air-like design, while the HP is a bit more businesslike, but has fantastic battery life. Below, you’ll see our laptop experts, me along with Julie Rivera and Brian Tong, rate both systems across several key categories, and at the end, we’ll tally up the score and declare a winner.

Round 1: Design

Dell XPS 13
Dan: The Dell is so MacBook-Air-like, it hurts. But, if you’re going to steal, steal from the best. 4/5
Julie: Although I’m not a personal fan of the tapered look, the edge-to-edge Gorilla Glass, comfortable keyboard, and sturdy feel shine in comparison. 4/5
Brian: It’s a nice design that’s a pure knockoff. It looks good, but not as good as the original. 4/5

HP Folio 13
Dan: Businesslike, but thin. Still, not nearly as eye-catching. 3/5Julie: Basic no-nonsense design, nice keyboard, but slightly heavier than the Dell. 3/5Brian: A classic design that isn’t a conversation starter, but isn’t a distraction either. I prefer its keyboard over the Dell’s. 3/5

Round 2: Features

Dell XPS 13
Dan: Lacking both HDMI (it has DisplayPort instead) and an SD card reader, the XPS 13 falls short on features. 2/5
Julie: Besides lacking HDMI and an SD card slot, there’s no Ethernet port on this more expensive 13-incher. 2/5
Brian: There’s not even a SD card slot…real skimpy here. Backlit keyboards for both. 2/5

HP Folio 13
Dan: The Folio 13 covers the basics, but don’t look for anything extra. Both of these at least have backlit keyboards. 3/5Julie: Has all the above; an all-around intro for the average consumer looking for just enough productivity. 3/5Brian: Built-in Ethernet and HDMI-out, two USB, and an SD card slot. It has what I expect in an ultrabook. 4/5

Round 3: Performance

Dell XPS 13
Dan: Identical, middle-of-the-pack performance from both, and more than enough for everyday use. 4/5
Julie: Sporting identical specs, neither has the edge over the other; both exchanged leads on every benchmark. 4/5
Brian: Benchmark tests are nearly identical. 4/5

HP Folio 13
Dan: You’ll very rarely feel like you’re using a low-voltage processor on either of these. 4/5Julie: Performance suffices for ordinary everyday tasks on both systems. 4/5Brian: The same specs yield pretty much the same results. 4/5

Round 4: Battery life

Dell XPS 13
Dan: Good, but not extraordinary, battery life. 3/5
Julie: On par with the first round of ultrabooks; not that impressive. 3/5
Brian: A solid 5 hours; that’s standard for most ultrabooks. 3/5

HP Folio 13
Dan: The longest-lasting ultrabook battery to date, running about an hour longer than the Dell, but still behind the 13-inch MacBook Air. 4/5Julie: Closest to the MacBook Air, hitting the 6-hour mark–pretty impressive overall. 4/5Brian: It’s an impressive 6 hours, behind only the MacBook Air. 4/5

Round 5: Value

Dell XPS 13
Dan: Decent bang for your buck, but not ahead of the crowd. 3/5
Julie: Cheaper than the MacBook Air, but not as packed as the HP. 3/5
Brian: You’re still getting good value, just not great value. 3/5

HP Folio 13
Dan: At $100 less than the Dell, for essentially the same specs, this is a clear value winner. 5/5Julie: Same specs, more ports: Ethernet, SD Card slot, HDMI — at $899, the HP is the better value. 5/5Brian: Just $899 for the performance and features in the HP may be the best value for an ultrabook of this caliber. 5/5

This was a tight contest between two very similar laptops. But the differences were clear enough that our category scores were nearly unanimous among the three judges — a very rare occurrence. The final tally was as follows (calculated as an overall average of the average score of each individual round):

Total points:
Dell XPS 13: 3.3       HP Folio 13: 3.9

Winner: HP Folio 13

Dell Latitude D630 14.1-inch Notebook

Dell Latitude D630 Notebook PC with Intel Core 2 Duo T7250 2GHz comes, 2GB DDR2 RAM, 80GB HDD, Combo optical drive, WiFi and Windows XP Professional operating system. Dell Latitude D630 platform for firms to focus on affordable pricing coupled with top-level performance.

Dell Latitude D630 14.1-inch Notebook

Professionals who need a PC to a reliable workhorse you can find a Dell Latitude D630 Notebook PC to be a good fit with their IT strategy. Companies looking for a PC that manages reliable, network ready, which is suitable for office applications such as e-mail, word processing, spreadsheets, and surfing the Web, you can find a Dell Latitude D630 Notebook PC is a very good solution . Whether you are in marketing, finance, sales or shipments, Dell Latitude D630 Notebook PC is ready to handle your application and to work to done.It has an internal Wi-Fi 802.11 a / g.

Specifications :

Product Features

  • Intel Core 2 Duo Processor 2GHz
  • 80GB Hard Drive
  • Windows XP Professional

Processor, Memory, and Motherboard

  • Processor: 2 hertz Intel Core 2 Duo
  • Number of Processors: 1
  • RAM: 2 GB
  • Memory Slots: 1

Hard Drive

  • Size: 80 GB
  • Manufacturer: SATA

Graphics and Display

  • Graphics RAM: 256 MB

Ports and Connectivity

  • USB Ports: 4
  • USB 2.0 Ports: 4
  • VGA Video Out Ports: 1

Cases and Expandability

  • Size (LWH): 9.37 inches, 13.27 inches, 1.26 inches
  • Weight: 4.37 pounds

Dell Inspiron i14RN-1227BK 14-Inch Laptop

Introducing the new Inspiron 14R laptop. With a 14-inch display, 2nd Gen Intel Core processors and optional switchable cover design, you get the desired look and performance you Wrapped in curvy edges and soft curves, the Dell Inspiron 14R (Model i14RN-1227BK) seamlessly travels through your site without getting in your way.

Dell Inspiron i14RN-1227BK 14-Inch Laptop

It has a 14-inch high-definition display and weighs just over 5 pounds – ideal for commuting on your driving. The full-size, ergonomically designed keyboard gives your fingers plenty of room to stretch out and get comfortable. High-definition 14-inch display. Full-sized keyboard.

Change is easy with this latest version of the Inspiron R laptop thanks to a variety of optional changeable covers, allowing you to personalize your laptop with style or just change the mood in just a few seconds (More on that below). It is made possible by a second generation Intel Core i3 dual-core processor, a breakthrough in digital media management, content supplied.

Product Features

  • 2.3 GHz Intel Core i3-2350M
  • 6 GB DIMM
  • 500 GB 5400 rpm Hard Drive
  • 14-Inch Screen
  • Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit

Processor, Memory, and Motherboard

  • Processor: 2.3 GHz Core i3-2350M
  • RAM: 6 GB
  • Memory Slots: 2

Hard Drive

  • Size: 500 GB
  • Speed: 5400 rpm

Ports and Connectivity

  • USB 2.0 Ports: 1

Cases and Expandability

  • Size (LWH): 19.09 inches, 13.31 inches, 4.29 inches
  • Weight: 6.57 pounds

Power

  • Battery Type: Nonstandard Battery

Wireless

  • Wireless Type: 802.11bgn

Dell Inspiron i15RN-2354BK 15-Inch Laptop

Introducing the new Inspiron 15R laptop. With a 15.6-inch display, 2nd Gen Intel Core processors and optional switchable cover designs to give you the desired look and performance you get Wrapped in curvy edges and soft curves, the Dell Inspiron i15RN (model-i15RN 2354BK) seamlessly travels by your side without getting in your way. It features a 15.6-inch high-definition display and weighs less than 6 pounds.

Dell Inspiron i15RN-2354BK 15-Inch Laptop

The full-size, ergonomically designed keyboard gives your fingers plenty of room to stretch out and get comfortable, and it includes a 10-key pad. Enjoy movies with brilliant clarity and multimedia with a 15.6-inch HD widescreen display. There is a second generation of Intel Core i3 dual-core processor, a breakthrough in digital media management, content creation and 3D gaming capabilities provide power. In addition, this award-winning Inspiron laptop Intel wireless display capability, which allows you to enjoy great image clarity and sound on your HD.

Product Features

  • 2.3 GHz Intel Core i3-2350M
  • 6 GB DIMM
  • 500 GB 5400 rpm Hard Drive
  • 15-Inch Screen
  • Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit

Processor, Memory, and Motherboard

  • Hardware Platform: PC
  • Processor: 2.3 GHz Core i3-2350M
  • Number of Processors: 2
  • RAM: 6 GB
  • RAM Type: SODIMM
  • Memory Slots: 2

Hard Drive

  • Size: 500 GB
  • Type: Serial ATA
  • Speed: 5400 rpm

Ports and Connectivity

  • USB Ports: 3
  • USB 2.0 Ports: 1

Cases and Expandability

  • Size (LWH): 19.92 inches, 13.9 inches, 4.17 inches
  • Weight: 6.97 pounds

Power

  • Battery Type: Nonstandard Battery

Wireless

  • Wireless Type: 802.11bgn