New Dell Inspiron XPS Gaming Notebook

Posted: Feb 14 2004, 10:23am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 9:54am CDT , in Shopping Tips


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New Dell Inspiron XPS Gaming Notebook

    The new Dell Inspiron XPS Notebook Computer is a powerful, high-performance gaming machine that offers the option of a graphics card upgrade. That's a Dell's first.
    The Dell Notebook Monster features the new ATI Mobility RADEON 9700 graphics card and runs a desktop Pentium® 4, 3.4 GHz processor with Hyper-Threading technology. The screen is a 15.4" UltraSharpTM WUXGA LCD.

    TechTV has a early review of the new Dell Inspiron XPS Notebook with some performance numbers.

    The New Dell Inspiron XPS Notebook Computer starts at $2599 after mail-in rebate.

    Dell Gaming Notebook Specifications:
    • 800 MHz front side bus for fast memory processing
    • 400 MHz DDR dual channel memory
    • 7200 RPM hard drive option for state-of-the-art storage
    • Integrated Gb Ethernet(1) for lightning-fast networking
    • 4 USB 2.0 ports for all your peripheral requirements
    • DVI output port for support of digital devices such as flat panel monitors and set-top boxes
    • 12-Cell battery with Subwoofer for incredible sound
    • Optional modular optical drives to fit your specific needs
    • Optional spare battery to help keep your system up and running

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