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Dell XPS M1210 with integrated webcam - Image courtesy Notebook Review

Dell XPS M1210 without integrated webcam - Image courtesy Notebook Review
Dell readies another dual-core gaming notebook

Dell just recently launched its XPS M1710 gaming notebook which features a 17" screen, an NVIDIA GeForce Go 7900 GS or 7900 GTX graphics chip and support for Intel's faster Core Duo processors. Dell is going one step further with the planned introduction of a gaming laptop with a much smaller form-factor.

The Dell XPS M1210, as its name implies, features a 12.1" widescreen (1280x800) display, a Core Duo processor and your choice of an NVIDIA GeForce Go 7300 or ATI Mobility Radeon X1300 graphics chip. Other niceties include an integrated dual-layer DVD burner, Bluetooth 2.0, Intel 802.11a/b/g wireless, Expresscard54 slot and an optional integrated webcam.

Dell employees divulged the information, including pictures, on internet forums over the past weekend.  Whether or not the leak was sanctioned as part of a viral campaign or just corporate insiders showing off has yet to be determined. According to Notebook Review, the laptop is due to be released within the next few weeks.

Dell acquired Alienware earlier this year, but both companies continue to release competing products. 


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RE: Low End GPU
By bombledmonk on 5/2/2006 12:59:43 PM , Rating: 2
Asus has a 14 incher with an x1600 that should be avaliable this month.
http://store.agearnotebooks.com/asusw3j.html


RE: Low End GPU
By ElFenix on 5/16/2006 12:33:34 PM , Rating: 2
if only it didn't have such a low resolution screen. losing 50% vertical resolution over the 14" screen i have now is unacceptable. it's hard enough to edit documents with 1050 pixels. if you've got word perfect's codes or footnotes displayed (or using that word plugin that shows codes) you won't be able to see even half a page.


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