Need Mobile Have $1500

Got $1500 to spend. Dell has some decent looking Mobile for around $1,500. Curious does anyone know how upgradable they are. I mean a few months from now when business picks up can I install a better video card or faster processor? Will it require a new MB?
Thanks

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  1. Dell is the most upgradeable notebook I have ever come across. I bought my Inspiron 8200 for just over $1500 as follows:

    Intel Pentium 4-m 1.7GHz
    15.1" UXGA TFT LCD
    384MB PC2100 DDR
    ATI Mobility Radeon 9000 64MB
    30GB IBM Deskstar
    8x DVD (fixed)
    24x CD-R/RW (modular)
    3 hrs Batt life, 6 hrs with 2 Batts

    3DMark 2001 - 7050 (Defaults)

    The graphics card is upgradeable, infact people who've owned a similar (But much older) Inspiron 8000, have upgraded from their ATI M4 graphics card, to a GeForce2Go, to a ATI Mobility Radeon 7500, to a GeForce4Go, to a ATI Mobility Radeon 9000, while still keeping their original Pentium3 800MHz and original motherboard. The HDD's, and removeable drives are all upgradeable or swappable/easy to access, as well as RAM and MINI-PCI cards (modems, LAN, Wireless etc.)

    RaPTuRe

    Who's General Failure and why's he reading my disk?
  2. Hi rapture.
    As I have no Inspirons available on my country (Portugal), I would like to know if your opinion also apply to Dell Latitude series.

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  3. Well, the same. The Latitudes and the Inspirons are all but identical. I mean same components, same case (aside from palm rests), same everything (except Bios is slightly different).

    Who's General Failure and why's he reading my disk?
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