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Latitude 131L
Dell rolls out the Latitude 131L

Last week, Dell introduced its first AMD-based notebook in the form of the consumer-oriented Inspiron 1501. Today, Dell is adding even more AMD-based notebooks to its lineup with the new Latitude 131L series. The Latitude 131L is aimed at business users, packs a 15.4" screen and features both mobile Sempron and Turion 64 X2 processors on the options sheet.

With the exception of AMD processors and an ATI Radeon Xpress 1150 integrated chipset, the rest of the specifications are pretty run of the mill. The notebooks come standard with 512MB of memory (expandable to 2GB) and a 60GB hard drive (expandable to 120GB). 802.11g wireless is included as is an ExpressCard slot, four USB 2.0 port and a 3-in-1 media reader. All Latitude 131L notebooks are Vista capable.

Pricing for the 6.17 pound Latitude 131L starts at $629 for models equipped with the Mobile Sempron processor and starts at $899 for models equipped with the Turion 64 X2.



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Still waiting....
By Kurumi on 11/7/2006 8:00:27 PM , Rating: 2
I am still waiting on the Turion X2 based Precision notebooks.




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