Go to the Dell Outlet store and look for the particular model laptops you are interested in, make a note of some of the service tags and then look those up. It will show you the drive models in those units. If you are interested in a certain laptop just ask Dell to include the model hard drive you want. If it is possible I believe they will do it for you. It may take a little longer to build then normal but you will get what you want.
Dell Precision 7400 2x L5420 Xenon @2.5Ghz 8gb Ram 500gb FX1700
Dell Precision 670 Workstation 3.6GHz Dual Xeon Cpu's, 6gb Ram, Nvidia Quadro FX1700, 1.5tb of hard drive space,
Dell PowerEdge 400s P4 3.0 1gb ram 2tb
Dell Optiplex 260 P4 2.4, 2gb of ram, 1.5tb hard drive space, ATI 256mb
2x Latitude E7400, 4gb 640gb
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I'm curious. Why do you need specific drive models?
From experience, I've found that: “Beauty is in the eye of the beer-holder”!!
Smoke Grey Magnesium Alloy Chassis - with White LED Backlights
17" UltraSharp WUXGA Widescreen TFT (1920 x 1200) with TrueLife
Intel Core 2 Duo Processor T9300 @ 2.50GHz (800 MHz FSB, 4MB L2 cache)
4GB (2x 2GB) Patriot Signature PC2-5400 @ 667MHz
DUAL 512MB Nvidia 8800M GTX cards in SLi + 128MB Ageia PhysX
640GB SATA II (2x 320GB WD Scorpio Black 7200rpm)
8x Super-Multi DVD±RW
Creative X-Fi Notebook (ExpressCard) + Creative GigaWorks T40 Series II
Integrated 2MP Webcam
Dell Wireless 355 Bluetooth 2.0 Module
Intel Next-Gen Wireless-N Mini-Card
TV Tuner and Dell Travel Remote Control
4-in-1 Flash Card Reader (SSD/MMC/MS Pro/xD)
230W AC Adapter / 9-cell Lithium-Ion Battery
Windows 7 Home Premium (64bit)
I am trying to rip karaoke cds (CDGs), and only specific models of disc drives have the hardware built into them to be able to read both the mp3 music and the text file that you see on the screen.