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Dell XPS m1330 performance ultraportable revealed

Ryan Block, @ryan
06.04.07
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We've got the scoop on some early marketing materials / renders for Dell XPS m1330, and we have to say, this is as impressed as we've ever been with a Dell laptop. Check it out:
  • 13.3-inch screen, configurable with LED backlight! (300cd/m2, or 220 with CCFL backlight)
  • Core 2 Duo processor (up to 2.4GHz), Santa Rosa chipset (965PM/GM)
  • Up to 4GB DDR2 SDRAM
  • 32GB SSD drive or spinning-platter drive options up to 250GB
  • Slot-loading dual-layer DVD±RW drive!
  • Optional NVIDIA GeForce Go 8400M GS / 128MB
  • WWAN option for Verizon, Sprint, or AT&T
  • Ethernet, 802.11a, a/g, or n options, Bluetooth option
  • Integrated 2 megapixel webcam (VGA only on LED-backlit display)
  • HDMI, VGA, 1394, (2) USB 2.0, integrated media reader (MS, SD, xD), dual mini-PCI slots, fingerprint reader
  • Dimensions with LED 12.5 x 9.4 x 0.87 - 1.33-inches (318 x 238 x 22.1 - 33.8mm) / with CCFL 12.5 x 9.4 x 0.97 - 1.43-inches (318 x 238 x 24.6 - 36.3mm)
  • Weight starts at 4 pounds
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