Dell's incredibly shrunken XPS

Subject: Mobile | February 7, 2007 - 02:40 PM |
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Dell's small but powerful XPS M1210 is up for review at The Tech Report.  It packs a Core 2 Duo T7600 (2.33GHz ) with a 667MHz FSB, 1 GB of 533MHz RAM, and a respectable 100GB 7200-RPM SATA drive in a 4.37lb body.  Battery power goes for 4 hours and the 12.1" screen will keep your eyes happy, although TR noticed the colour contrast isn't the best.  If you are looking for a powerful, portable laptop, and not a huge, heavy gaming laptop, you might want to get a Dell.

"The Dell XPS M1210, however, embodies an uncommon concept in portable computers. Like its bigger brothers in the XPS line, it

looks to bring near-desktop-class performance into a mobile form factor. Unlike its sibilings, though, it targets the true

ultraportable form factor, the featherweight class of laptops with 12.1" wide-aspect displays. Combining these two goals may

sound like a recipe for dissonance, but Dell has managed to pull off the feat with surprising style. The result is a laptop PC

that packs more computing power per pound and per square inch than any other solution I can think of--you know, casually,

while sitting here, not really Googling for it or anything."

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