The ATG D630 came with a 2.0GHz Intel Core 2 Duo T7300, 2GB of RAM, a shock-mounted 80GB disk, a CDRW/DVD optical drive, and the Intel Integrated Graphics Media Accelerator X3100 common to all ATG D630s. It’s a fairly compact notebook with a 14.1-inch diagonal WXGA wide screen and the features expected from such a machine.
Being essentially a Dell Latitude, the ATG is well connected. On the wired side is a RJ45 LAN jack for the ATG’s Gigabit network interface. Modems are still occasionally used, and so there is an RJ11 jack for the 56k v924 modem. Dell offers their own Mini Card-based solutions that work with AT&T (HSDPA 3.6), Verizon (EV-DO Rev A) and Sprint (also EV-DO Rev A).
If you are looking for available drivers or software related to your Dell Latitude ATG D630 laptop. The following software and drivers are compatible with your ATG D630 and Microsoft Windows XP.