Dell Laptops Under $500

Dell is a leader in the computer industry for a very specific reason. They manufacturer an excellent line of computer desktops and laptops that are very reliable and durable. A few of the top name brand computers are very expensive. On the other hand, Dell laptops under $500 are readily available. The laptops are easy to find on auction sites and discounts sites that are found all over the Internet. Let’s take a look at a few of the top models to consider.

First, let’s take a look at the Dell Latitude E6410 i5, This is a great laptop replacement or replacement for an older model desktop computer. This laptop has a number of very impressive features for handling all those daily computer activities, surfing the Internet, or connecting with social media friends. Other impressive features include 4 GB Ram, 160 GB hard drive, DVD drive and plenty of connectivity.

Are you searching for lots of computer power at an affordable price? Well, consider the Dell Latitude E6400. This beauty has a 80 GB hard drive, 2 GB Ram, and a 14.1 inch screen to view all those documents and graphics in style. This laptop is perfect for the student or the home user looking to upgrade. This model includes a DVD drive and only weighs 4.4 pounds. Those are impressive features because many newer model laptops are not equipped with a DVD drive and weigh more.

There is plenty to admire about the Dell laptops under $500 like the Dell E5420 Intel Core i5 model. The fast processor is very impressive. This will give the model the type of computer power to process all those computer tasks. The model is also equipped with a 250 GB hard drive and 4 GB RAM. The 14 inch screen provides easy viewing. This is an exceptional Dell laptop that is sure to please the student or the casual computer user. Other impressive features include networking, DVD drive, plenty of connectivity, WiFi, and the laptop only weighs 5.0 pounds.

Dell Latitude E6400 review


Dell Latitude E6400, a 14-inch laptop, has been targeted mainly towards the business classes, who require solid design, good performance and commonality in parts for their entire workforce. This laptop is competing against the Fujitsu LifeBook S7220 and HP EliteBook 6930p. The Latitude E6400 offers an extensive range in hardware configurations along with SSDs (Solid State Drives) for businesses requiring extreme performance and ruggedness.

Build & Design

Unlike their previous generation, which featured rounded curves and edges, Dell Latitude E6400 features a ‘down to business’ design for the industries. The chassis of Dell Latitude E6400 has been made of magnesium alloy and has plenty of sharpe angles and 90-degree edges. While it has a reasonably modern look, the build & design speaks volume of its overall durability.

During testing, there are no plastic squeaks and creaks could be heard thanks to its magnesium alloy structure. The overall bottom shell is a metal alloy and gives a strong footprint on the desk. It gives adequate strength for resisting the bend, in case you need to hold the laptop by its palm rest’s edge.


The Dell Latitude E6400’s matte WXGA+ (1440×900) screen is absolutely wonderful. You will not find any dead pixels and the backlight bleeding is also minimal. Colors of the Latitude E6400 are vibrant in spite of its matte screen. Additional benefits of the matte screens include the lack in reflection when working inside your office. The screen receives a sharp look at oddly contorted angles, as it has wide angles for viewing. Backlight adjustment in Dell Latitude E6400 is broad and will allow you to adjust it low, which is adequate settings for darker rooms, or high, when the atmosphere is quite bright.

Keyboard & Touchpad

Keyboard & palm rest structure of Dell Latitude E6400 is quite solid. However, thin alloys used for the palm rest do flex, when you apply pressure on it. If you press more firmly, keyboard suffers from a virtual zero flex, which is nice when it comes to considering D630.

Keyboard of Dell Latitude E6400 is quite comfortable for typing on and gives adequate responses for every key pressed. Key travel is almost similar to the current lot in business notebooks. However, they have a less clicking sound than most ThinkPads. The layout of keyboard is not cramped and its backlighting allows typing in a darker environment.

Alps Touchpad of Dell Latitude E6400 is present with a smooth texture. It is quite responsive, but can be improved. However, accuracy and lag time are worse than other competing business notebooks. Still, the touchpad’s surface size is large enough to control comfortably and its 2 buttons span the entire length.

Performance & Benchmarks

When it comes to configuration, Dell Latitude E6400 is provided with more than adequate space and speed for handling the needs of most users. The high-end Core2Duo P9500 processor from Intel and Quadro NVS 160M from nVidia has been combined to provide a reasonable fast notebook. Overall, the Latitude E6400 can be regarded as an excellent performer and can execute all applications or games.


When it comes to the battery life, the 9-cell lithium ion of Dell Latitude E6400 provides 4 hrs and 22 minutes when operated under normal condition. This is quite sufficient when you consider other notebooks with similar configuration.

So, get the Dell Latitude E6400 today and add more performance at the place of work!

Specifications of Dell Latitude E6400

Processor: 2.65-GHz T9550 processor from Intel 6MB L2 Cache & 1066MHz FSB

OS: Vista Business (32-bit)

Memory: 4GB 800MHz PC2-6400

Display: 14.1-inch TFT with LED backlighting

Hard drive: 320GB

Battery: 6-Cell 11.1v

Weight: 5lbs 11.1 oz

Dimensions: 13.5in x 10.1in x 1.6in

Pros: Tough Structure, Excellent Battery Life & Solid Performance

Cons: Industry Design, Control panel is frustrating

MSRP: $2,148 (Base Price)

Dell Inspiron Mini 12 Review: The ultraportable laptop



Dell Inspiron Mini 12, the ultra portable laptop, caters to the need of those individuals, who are looking for a portable multi-tasking device. After desktop computers came laptops – portable computers that could be taken just about anywhere, and do anything the desktop could. By the mid-2000s, the laptop had become extremely popular, and more and more people wanted a share of the portable pie – a machine which could be used to take notes, surf the Net or listen to music on the go. This new avatar of the laptop is called the Netbook.

The basic configuration of Dell Inspiron Mini 12 features an Intel Atom Z520 processor with 1 GB of 533MHz DDR2 SDRAM, and a 60 GB 4200 RPM PATA hard disk. This is pretty much what your usual Netbook has, but the Dell Inspiron Mini 12’s one-up here is its build, design and comfort of use.

With its 12.1-inch screen, the Dell Inspiron Mini 12 looks more like a laptop than a Netbook, which puts it at the top of the race for maximum screen size. However, the combination of the hardware, large screen and pre-loaded Vista make it almost unbearably slow – multitasking, for example, is rendered completely out of the question. Upgrading to Windows XP, though, improves performance noticeably. Adventurous users could also explore the Ubuntu-loaded version of the Dell Inspiron Mini 12, which runs reasonably fast.

The Dell Inspiron Mini 12 is perfect for classroom use, thanks to its almost full-size laptop keyboard and excellent build quality. The machine promises to be ultra-portable, weighing less than 3 pounds (2.72, to be exact) on the basic configuration, and just a smidgen more if it is upgraded to a 1.6GHz Z530 Intel Atom, 80GB hard disk and 6-cell battery. The 6-cell Li-ion battery will run it for up to 4 hours, which is a major improvement over the basic 3-cell battery, which only lasts 1 hour 20 minutes. This upgrade will set you back by about $50, bringing the price of the Dell Inspiron Mini 12 (upgraded) to $600. Sadly, the RAM cannot be upgraded, but with a switch from Vista to XP, the Dell Inspiron Mini 12 is eminently usable if all you have to do is take notes, write documents or listen to music.

As for ports, the Dell Inspiron Mini 12 does not have an optical drive, but has 3 USB 2.0 ports, a Integrated 10/100 LAN (RJ45), 15-pin VGA video connector, mic in, line out and of course the AC adapter port. The AC adapter is tiny and light, adding to the portability of the machine. This netbook also features Wi-Fi and Bluetooth mini-cards, which means that it can be used for file transfers practically anywhere.

The sweetest thing about the Dell Inspiron Mini 12 is its build and design. It is wafer-thin, at 0.92 inches in front, and 1.09 at the back. Its tapering edges, smooth and roomy keyboard, glossy finish, nice and grippable bottom, and tendency to stay cool even after staying on your lap for hours on end make it a sexy as well as serviceable housemate. If basic functionality and a pleasant viewing experience floats your boat, the Dell Inspiron Mini 12 is definitely your thing.

Dell Inspiron Mini 12 Specifications

Model: Intel Atom Z520 Processor/Intel Atom Z530 Processor

Speed: 1.33GHz/1.60GHz

Front Side Bus: 533MHz FSB/533MHz FSB

Cache: 512KB L2 Cache/512KB L2 Cache


Size: 12.1 inch

Screen Type: Glossy WXGA display (1280X800)

Graphics card:

Type: Intel Integrated Graphics

Version: Media Accelerator 500

Weight: 2.72lbs (for basic model)
Hard Disk:

Size: 60/80GB

Type: 4200 RPM


Size: 1GB

Type: 533MHz DDR2 SDRAM


WLAN: 802.11g mini-card

Bluetooth: Internal (2.0) mini-card

OS (operating system): Windows Vista

Version: Home Basic

Pros: Excellent build and portability, large screen, almost full-size keyboard, good battery life with 6-cell Li-ion battery

Cons: Very slow on Vista, unclear speaker sound, slow hard drive, high price

Price: $654 (base price)

Dell Inspiron 13 Laptop Review: Value for Money



Starting at $700, Dell’s latest offering – the Dell Inspiron 13 notebook in Pacific Blue color – is great for people with a tight budget, who are looking for a decent ‘value for money’ laptop. As the days go by, people with smaller and smaller budgets start considering mini laptops as an option. Hence, Dell is coming up with better value for money options and Inspiron 13 is a prime example of that.

The Dell Inspiron 13 ships with either an Intel Pentium Dual Core or an Intel Core 2 Duo. With the Intel Integrated Graphics Media Accelerator X3100 graphics card and up to 320GB 5400 RPM SATA hard drive, the Dell Inspiron 13 is nothing less than a powerhouse. Most non-gaming tasks will be sweet on this baby, thanks to the (up to) 4GB Dual Channel 667MHz DDR2 SDRAM.

With its 13.3 inch widescreen (resolution: 1280X800), the Dell Inspiron 13 fits into a convenient bracket. It is as portable as the 12.1 inch Netbook, while equipped with a larger screen and optical drive like full-fledged laptops. The screen has above average color and contrast for an LCD screen, but poor viewing angles – especially on the vertical. The hinges on this screen are clearly designed for durability, requiring two hands to pull up the screen and not allowing for much movement once open.

The keyboard on the Dell Inspiron 13 is user-friendly, with black matte keys that click softly each time they are pressed. The touchpad can be slightly “touchy” and temperamental on occasions, refusing to stop scrolling even after you’ve taken your fingers off. The buttons make up for this though – they are fairly large and have a nice soft feedback.

The Dell Inspiron 13 has a decent connectivity, with  2 USB 2.0 compliant 4-pin ports, a 15-pin VGA video connector, audio jacks (1-line out, 1 Mic-in) and the power cable port, among others. You have to get used to the 2 USB ports being on opposite sides of the screen, but that is a blessing in disguise for those with big USB devices that can block the adjacent port. Wireless connectivity is also fairly good, with a choice of 3 Wi-Fi options plus a Bluetooth mini-card. The Dell Inspiron 13 is blessed with an 8X slot-loading CD/DVD writer, which is a major asset for Windows XP or Ubuntu users.

In the end, we come to portability. The Dell Inspiron 13 is quite small and easy to fit into a backpack, at 318×238×38.37mm. It weighs in at 2.2kg, which is slightly heavier than average, but then one can’t really have everything. Battery life of the 6-cell 56WHr Li-Ion Battery is up to 4 hours, which will carry you through neatly through a day’s classes or a medium-length flight with ease.

All in all, Dell does exactly what it wants with the Inspiron 13 – makes a fully functional laptop available to people looking for a unique product at an affordable rate. It cuts short on the frills, but provides excellent affordability and reliability.

Dell Inspiron 13 Specifications


Model: Intel Pentium Dual Core T2390/Intel Core2Duo T6400

Speed: 1.86GHz/2.0GHz

Front Side Bus: 533 MHz FSB / 800Mhz FSB

Cache: 1MB L2/2MB L2


Size: widescreen 13.3 inch

Screen Type: LCD display (1280X800)

Graphics card:

Type: Intel Integrated Graphics

Version: Media Accelerator X3100

Weight: 4.9 lbs (starting weight)

Hard Disk:

Size: up to 320 GB

Type: 5400 RPM SATA hard drive


Size: 2-4GB

Type: Dual Channel 667MHz DDR2 SDRAM


WLAN: Dell Wireless 1395 802.11g Mini-Card/Dell Wireless 1505 Wireless-N Mini-Card/Intel Next-Gen Wireless-N Mini-card

Bluetooth: Dell Wireless 355 Bluetooth Internal (2.0 + Enhanced Data Rate) mini-card

OS (operating system): Windows Vista

Version: Home Premium

Pros: Sleek design, good build quality, choice of specifications

Cons: Only two USB ports, touchpad slightly difficult to scroll, palmrests pick up skin oils and get dirty easily

Price: $698 (Starting range)

Dell Inspiron 1525 Laptop Review: Bundle of joy


The Dell Inspiron 1525 laptop is a positive bundle of joy. Inspiron is the budget series from Dell, which is why it used to lag behind in terms of looks and features. But with the Inspiron 1525, Dell is really stepping up the game in this segment. It has serious looks and style now, and altogether comes as a very attractive package.

The standard configuration comes with Core2Duo processors from Intel, which runs on a 2MB L2 cache with an 800MHz Front Side Bus (FSB). So, while it can run most software and games at acceptable speeds, multitasking with resource heavy software may cause a performance loss.

The Dell Inspiron 1525 supports dual channel architecture for RAM and supports up to 4GB of DDR 667MHz modules. It comes equipped with 2GB (1,024MBx2). This RAM strength in the real world is enough for running most day-to-day operations, including some games and multitasking with an open Internet browser.

Storage is in the form of a 160GB SATA HDD, spinning in at 5400 RPM. Now, that is not the fastest HDD, but for a general Laptop, it is fast enough not to slow you down while playing music or watching movies.

The display is a gorgeous 15.4″ WXGA+ with a maximum resolution of 1440×900pixels. It sports the Intel integrated GMA X3100 for graphics. Simple games and intermediate image editing are possible. Running the latest games from 2008 or editing videos might prove to be a task at times, but your movies images will look great on a clear and sharp widescreen.

The Inspiron 1525 comes with a CD/DVD writer, and an 8-in-1 Media Card reader, which lets you, read cards from some mobile phones and digital cameras. So you get an easy way to transfer data on the go.

At 35.7cm by 25.6cm by 2.5-3.5cm, this laptop might feel a bit on the larger side, but it still quite portable at 2.7 kilos. The standard battery package is a 9-cell lithium ion battery, which is more than the standard 6cell. This translates into a longer battery life than most other laptops in this range.

It has multiple ins and outs for connecting devices. It has not two but four USB 2.0 ports, 10/100 Ethernet port, Intel Pro/Wireless 3945 802.11 a/b/g, VGA and S-Video outputs, HDMI out, Modem (RJ11) port, Bluetooth, IEEE 1394a (FireWire) and the already mentioned card reader. With all these options, it will be hard for you to find a place where you can’t hook up your Inspiron 1525.

There are also multiple optional features like a webcam and multiple colors and finishes. So you can really customize it and choose what is best for you. With an average cost below the $1000 range, it is really a great midrange laptop. It is powerful, versatile, customizable, and comes out really great!

Dell Inspiron 1525 Specifications


Model: Intel Core 2 Duo T8100

Speed:  2.1 GHz

Front Side Bus: 800 MHz

Cache: 2 MB L2


Size: 15.4-inch WXGA

Screen Type: TFT active matrix

Graphics card:

Type: Intel Graphics Media Accelerator X3100

Version: Dynamic Video Memory Technology 4.0
Hard Disk:

Size: 120 GB

Type: SATA-150 – 5400 rpm


Size: 2 GB / 4 GB (max)

Type: DDR2 SDRAM – 667 MHz


WLAN: 802.11a/b/g/n

OS (operating system): Windows Vista

Version: Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium Edition
Pros: It is highly customizable. This laptop comes in many shaded, so you can always chose the one, as per your liking. Owing to the battery set up this machine can be at your service for longer hours, without any refueling.

Cons: For a 15.4-inch laptop, it seems a tad bigger than it should be. Though it can play most of the average software, but its performance takes a dip, when it comes to running heavy resource software.

Price: $649 (Starting range)

Dell Inspiron 1420 Review: Laptop for all budget


After the Dell Inspiron 13, which was designed as a budget laptop for the lower-end user, Dell’s Inspiron series moves on to much greater customizability with the Dell Inspiron 1420, a laptop for all budget. With its various options and combinations, the Dell Inspiron 14 will suit virtually any mainstream laptop user.

Dell offers a choice of several processors, starting with Intel’s Dual Core and moving on to Intel Core2Duo T7500. This comes packaged with 2-4 GB of shared Dual Channel 667MHz DDR2 SDRAM, a choice between the  Intel Graphic Media Accelerator X3100 and the NVIDIA  GeForce  Go 8400M GS with 128MB DDR3, and upto 160 GB of SATA memory(either 7200 or 5400 RPM). The Core2Duo is the industry standard in processors these days – the same holds for the 667MHz DDR2 SDRAM. Watching movies or listening to music on the Inspiron 14 should be a breeze, though an external hard drive would probably be a good investment to supplement the inbuilt 160 GB.

The display also features three choices, ranging from the 14.1″ TFT WXGA Display (1280×800) to 14.1″ WXGA+ UltraSharpTM TFT Display with TrueLifeTM (1440×900), which offers a smooth, bright, colorful viewing experience. Don’t hesitate to pop your DVDs into this baby, which also features optical drives – from a DVD-R/CD-RW combo drive to a Blu-Ray. Also with 4 USB 2.0 ports (contrary to the usual 2 or 3), VGA video output, Stereo in, headphone/speaker out & Dual digital mics, you can watch movies on your TV, play around with sound recordings and do other fun things with your Dell Inspiron 14.

There are also multiple options for connectivity – 56K Modem (RJ11) & Integrated 10/100 (RJ45), 8-in-1 Memory Card Reader, Bluetooth, and a choice of several Dell Integrated wireless cards. The only problem is that the cost of the highest configuration can do up to $1698, so if you want a budget laptop with decent speed and features, shut your eyes and opt for the basic $819 model.

The Inspiron 14 is definitely an inspiration when it comes to looks – it offers soft, rounded edges, comes in subtly sophisticated metallic tones, and completely repudiates the legacy of the older, boxy pre-Inspiron models. While the keyboard remains nice to type on, the mouse buttons have been reduced to a size that users are more comfortable with.

The Inspiron 14 retains some of the good features of its predecessors – namely, portability and good battery life. At 13.1 X 9.6 X 1.5 inches and 5.5 lbs(on basic configuration), the Dell Inspiron 14 is not the lightest of laptops, but still qualifies for the “thin and light” category. A 6-cell Li-ion battery will easily offer 4 hours of net surfing or office use. So if you’re not uber-rich, but still really picky about what goes onto your laptop, give the Inspiron 14 a shot. Chances are, it’ll have the exact specifications you’re looking for!

Dell Inspiron  1420 Specifications


Model: Intel Pentium  Dual Core T2310 Processor/Intel  Core2 Duo Processor T5250/Intel  Core2 Duo Processor T5450/Intel  Core2 Duo Processor T7250/Intel  Core2 Duo Processor T7500

Speed: 1.46 GHz/ 1.50 GHz/ 1.66 GHz/ 2.00 GHz/ 2.50 GHz

Front Side Bus: 533 MHz/ 667 MHz/ 667 MHz/800 MHz/ 800 MHz

Cache: 1MB L2/ 2MB L2/ 2MB L2/ 2MB L2/ 4MB L2


Size: 14.1″

Screen Type: TFT WXGA Display (1280×800)/TFT WXGA Display with TrueLifeTM (1280×800)/WXGA+ UltraSharpTM TFT Display with TrueLifeTM (1440×900)

Graphics card:

Type: Intel Graphic

Version: Media Accelerator X3100/NVIDIA GeForce Go 8400M GS 128MB DDR3 dedicated graphic memory

Weight: 5.39lb
Hard Disk:

Size: Upto 160GB

Type: 5400 or 7200 RPM SATA


Size: 2-4GB

Type: Dual Channel 667MHz DDR2 SDRAM


WLAN: Dell Wireless 1390 802.11g Mini Card Wireless / Dell Wireless 1490 802.11a/g Mini Card Wireless / Dell Wireless 1505 Wireless-N Mini Card / Intel Pro/Wireless 3945 802.11 a/b/g Mini Card Wireless / Intel 4965AGN Wireless-N Mini Card / Dell Wireless 5520 HSDPA / Dell Wireless 5720 EVDO

Bluetooth: Bluetooth 2.0

OS (operating system): Windows Vista

Version: Ultimate/Home Premium

Pros: Offers Centrino Duo processors and colour choice, high customizable, many networking options, good battery life

Cons: All enhancements above basic model cost extra, laptop is nothing extraordinary in today’s market

Price: $724 (Starting range)

Dell Studio XPS16 Review: Laptop with cutting-edge features


Dell Studio XPS 16 has been designed for users in search of laptop with power, style and cutting-edge features. If you are someone looking forward to make a statement with your laptop, the leather and metal looks of the XPS 16 can help you in achieving that.

Build & Design


The first look at Dell Studio XPS 16 can make it clear that this model is something completely new for the reputed maker. They have incorporated the brushed aluminum accent, sleek like design from XPS models, and combined it with multimedia features & few chassis elements from its Studio lines. In the process, they have created a solid replacement for a desktop.

With its large size, Studio XPS 16 lacks mobility. However, it covers this drawback with solid construction and attractive designing. As mentioned earlier, this new offering from Dell has taken several elements from XPS models, which include drop hinge, wedge-shaped profile, touch-sensitive media buttons and slot-loading optical drive. All these features are hallmarks of XPS M1330 & M1530. Another inclusion, which has impressed everyone, is the presence of leather on the hinge area. Since most of us carry our laptop in our hand, its leather hinges will provide a soft and textured surface for you to hold on. When it comes to the entire chassis, Dell Studio XPS 16 is considerably solid and suffers no creaks or flex when squeezed or twisted in between your hands.



The 16.0-inch 1080-pixel HD RGBLED display of Dell Studio XPS 16 is gorgeous. Dissimilar to the standard LCD technology, which is common in most notebooks, RGBLED LCD provides richer and deeper colors along with excellent contrast. This makes it ideal to watch HD movies from an inbuilt Blu-ray player. Again, it is also beneficial for editing high-resolution images, which you have transferred from digital camera.

Keyboard & Touchpad


Keyboard on Dell Studio XPS 16 is amongst the nicer ones in the market today. Keyboard has a firm grip and is available only with a minor flex at the ‘Enter’ key. Again, all keys provide excellent cushion and travel. Dissimilar to Studio 17, which had a number pad, the full-size version on the XPS 16 appears smaller than what it is, mainly due to the location of massive speaker grills on either side of your keyboard. It also features a white backlight (LED), which helps you in typing in the dark. The only drawback may be that most keys are flatter than what we find in most Dell notebooks. This might give a little curve to touch typist, while using its keyboard.

Although it seems small when compared to the notebook size, Synatics touchpad of Dell Studio XPS 16 works adequately. Mouse buttons have wonderful cushion and travel when pressed. Overall, the touchpad is responsive with dedicated areas for scrolling.

Performance & Benchmarks

Dell Studio XPS 16 comes equipped with Core2Duo P8600 processor from Intel (2.4GHz) that offers wonderful performance in terms of video encoding and number crunching. Its 4-GB DDR3 RAM is enough for satisfying Vista. Again, the 320GB HDD from Seagate Momentus offers great reliability. Graphics card (ATI Radeon HD 3670) offers adequate power to do anything from playing games or working 3D-graphics applications. Thus, everyone from hardcore gamers to average users should find something in XPS 16.

Battery Life

Dell Studio XPS 16 has been incorporated with a 9-cell lithium-ion extended-life battery. With power management of Vista running in balanced mode, wireless on and brightness of the screen set to 80 percent, the battery lasts for 2 hours and 50 minutes.

Sleek designs in combination with a 1080-pixel display and a host of powerful component make Dell Studio XPS 16, a must-have for everyone.

Specifications of Dell Studio XPS 16

Processor: Core2Duo, P8600 2.4-GHz Processor from Intel

OS: Windows Vista Home Premium SP1 (64-bit)

Memory: 4-GB DDR3

Display: 16-inch HD RGBLED (1080-pixel)

Hard drive: 320GB 7200 rpm

Optical Drive: 4x Blu-ray Disc Combo Drive

Battery: 9-Cell Lithium Ion

Weight: 6.53 lbs

Dimensions: 10.02in x 15.15in x 1.34in

Pros: Brilliant construction, Solid Performance and HD RGBLED has excellent contrast & color

Cons: Battery life can be better and Flatter keys may not work for touch typists

MSRP: $1,199 (Base Price)