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Sharky Extreme : News From Inside The Industry November 20, 2007


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    February 25, 2005

    Two new notebook PCs, including the first to use what Nvidia Corp. calls the world's fastest mobile graphics processor, give Dell more choices for traveling gamers and entertainment addicts. The Inspiron XPS Gen 2 (starting at $2,749) doubles its predecessor's 3D graphics performance thanks to Nvidia's 256MB GeForce Go 6800 Ultra, which also incorporates PureVideo technology for HD multimedia playback. Intel's Pentium M 760 or 770 processor provides the muscle, while a 17-inch TrueLife widescreen (1,920 by 1,200) LCD sets the scene. The 8.6-pound laptop has an all-new black-and-silver chassis with 16-color LED perimeter lighting; it's available with up to 2GB of DDR-2/533 memory, up to a 100GB hard disk, and Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005.

    The Inspiron 9300 (starting at $1,599) offers either an XGA+ or UXGA TrueLife 17-inch display, as well as a variety of Pentium M processors and graphics adapters. The 7.9-pound portable is available with Win XP Media Center Edition and USB 2.0 TV tuner; its front-and-center navigation keys with Dell MediaDirect interface provide quick access to multimedia content. The Inspiron 9300 will ship in March; the XPS Gen 2 is available for order today.

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