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-[* black] Manufactured in July 7, 2012, this thing was old. Yet, it was still powerful enough to run a full version of Windows 7 Professional.
- [* black] It is powered by a intel processor i7 (performance!)
- [* black] The built in 4GB DRAM will do fine, and the Intel HD 3000 Graphics will not be too shabby....
-[* black] In year 2012.
-[* black] It was a bit slow now, but still more than enough to run what a student in computer programming need to run.
-[* black] It can even run World of Tanks! (don't expect much though)
-[* black] TIP: A decent laptop cooler can lower the system temperature for roughly 10 degrees, lowering the temperature at intense operation from ~85 to ~75. Celceius.
+[* black] Dell XPS L321X was considered one of the great laptops of its time, with lightweight, performance, and comfort all together in one.
+ [* black] IN YEAR 2012.
+ [* black] The Intel i7-2636 processor and the Intel Graphics 3000 was certainly off the shelf today, but this thing still can put up a fight ...
+[* black] When it had a external fan.
+[* black] A decent laptop cooler can lower the CPU temperature by roughly 20 degrees (farenheit) under almost all conditions. A must-have.