Few other details :
* the keyboard 'clicks' well, grave, but I like it
* sometimes, when battery is loading, I have electrical noise (coil whine ?)
* again, be prepared for eventuall HDD change,
* RAM and HDD are user-replaceable (read warranty still ok), and, if dell pricing is same as here, you can save lot of money/ have much more
and also, the D800 is a desktop replacement, not something you'll take on the road to work.
I made the mistake of choosing the fastest/bigger latpop as my first laptop and he finished staying 100% on my desk @work.
Feldt, this is off topic, but why do you put the EU down as your location? Is it evolving into a sovereign state?
Ooh, that's scary
Well, more scary would be that Europe would be same as before world wars.
And a constitution is also usually a good thing to clarify things, the evolution of constitutions in Europe have a tendency to empower democracy more and more, for example, it introduces referendum powers to the ppl (note : not applicable to Liechstenstein).
<cynical/humor>scary ... or ist because US won't be the master of all anymore</cynical>
Good to hear, reading about the drafting of the EU constitution had bothered me a little...
most people have heard of Sweden though,
And for Sweden situation : it is usefull ... I wonder how many USians* tell the difference with Switzerland (and for that matter, see this CNN map
*(note, some (french) ppl already situated Belgium around Austria, for that matter, not typically US, but still ...)