Dell's Latitude D505 range is aimed at cost-conscious business buyers, with systems starting at just £699 (ex. VAT). The D505 is a straightforward two-spindle notebook that isn't especially thin (3.31cm) or light (2.3kg), despite Dell's classification, and which bears a close family resemblance to the Inspiron 510m that we recently reviewed. Because this is a 'business' notebook, the D505 is soberly clad in silver-grey plastic, and runs Windows XP Professional rather than Home. Although it's available in a range of Pentium M-based configurations, our review sample gave us the chance to evaluate the new Celeron M processor, which is a cut-down version of Intel's flagship mobile CPU.