Engadget gets the scoop on Dell's latest "ultra-portable" notebook

The folks over at Engadget have managed to get some leaked press materials for a new Santa Rosa-based 13.3" ultra-portable that is sure to set some tongues waggin'. The XPS m1330 will replace Dell’s existing 12.1" XPS m1210.

The Dell XPS m1330 comes with a 13.3" LED-backlit display, Core 2 Duo processors with up to 2.4GHz in speed and supports up to 4GB of memory. Also included in the package is a slot-loading DVD burner, integrated 2MP webcam, 802.11a/b/g wireless with a bevy of connectivity options (HDMI, VGA, ExpressCard, two USB 2.0 ports and an integrated 3-in-1 media reader).

On the options sheet is a NVIDIA GeForce Go 8400M GS graphics processor, Bluetooth 2.0+EDR, WWAN (Verizon, Sprint, AT&T) and a 32GB solid-state drive (SSD).

The notebook weighs 4 pounds and measures 12.5" x 9.4" x 1.43".

Stay tuned for more details as they roll in. An official announcement from Dell is likely not too far away.

Updated 6/5/2007: Engadget has posted two more images of the XPS m1330.

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