Dell Inspiron XPS M1210 Notebook

by Vinaya HS on December 5, 2006

in Technology

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Dell Inspiron XPS M1210
Dell’s Core 2 Duo (1.83GHz to 2.33GHz) based Inspiron XPS M1210 laptop packs a lot of power inside a very portable frame. The XPS M1210 is a complete multimedia solution in disguise. Built using the latest in mobile technology, the M1210 has the power and performance you need to review high-quality multimedia. And, with two front-side headphone ports, you can share multimedia with others in the office, on the road or in the air (why would you ever want to do that?).

The M1210′s 12.1-inch display is optimal for viewing DVDs and other widescreen content, including large spreadsheets and side-by-side documents. The WXGA display also sports Dell TrueLifeTM technology, promising rich, vibrant color with crisp clear text and a higher contrast ratio versus the same display with an anti-glare coating. You could opt between a Integrated Intel Media Accelerator 950 Graphics or a 256MB nVidia GeForce Go 7400 with TurboCache Graphics Card (I would go for the nVidia one). The XPS M1210 is the ultimate mobility notebook. Starting at about 1.98kg, it’s a lightweight traveler that you can take virtually anywhere. But don’t let the size fool you – the M1210 is a true high-performance PC.

On-board ports include:

  • IEEE 1394 integrated port (1394 cable and software sold separately)
  • 4 USB 2.0 (Universal Serial Bus) compliant 4-pin connectors
  • RJ45 Ethernet port (must be gigabit, but not sure)
  • RJ11 Modem port
  • Video: 15-pin monitor connector
  • S-Video: 7-pin mini-DIN connector
  • Component Video and S/PDIF digital audio out
  • 5-in-1 removable memory card reader
  • 2 x stereo headphones/speakers mini-connector (same as line-out)
  • Express Card Connectors: One ExpressCard slot 54mm 1.5 V and 3.3 V. Please note that this model does not support the older PCMCIA Interface.

It can be yours for approximately 63,000 rupees. If you’re quick to order you get a free upgrade to a 1024MB DDR2 SDRAM at 533MHz (default is 512MB) and a 120GB 5400RPM SATA Hard Drive (default is 80GB).

Product website: Dell Inspiron XPS M1210




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