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Dell shows off 16-inch notebook with 16:9 display

Posted on Monday, January 07 2008 @ 16:05:32 CET by

Dell is showing off a couple of new products at CES, including a 16" notebook with a real 16:9 display and the new XPS 630i:
16-inch Display = True 16:9 Aspect Ratio
Movie buffs and videophiles are urged to check out a concept XPS laptop with a 16-inch 16:9 aspect display with full HD 1080p resolution. While most laptop available today feature a widescreen display, the true entertainment enthusiast knows that typical 14.1-, 15.4- and 17-inch notebook displays feature a 16:10 ratio versus the 16:9 aspect ratio used in most HDTVs. The most accurate representation of video content for select Blu-ray movies and digital TV is seen with a 16:9 display. When the source video is 16:9, the movie images will fill the entire 16-inch display with no letterboxing.

XPS 630i : Middleweight Contender With Heavyweight Power
Starting tomorrow, CES attendees can get a first look at Dell’s XPS entry-level gaming desktop, expected to be formally announced this spring with pricing and configuration details. While the XPS 630i is more compact than the powerhouse XPS 720 family, it won’t compromise on performance. The XPS 630i can be seen in a variety of locations around CES, including Sony and Creative Labs as well as the Dell Lounge. More about Dell’s gaming products is available at www.dell.com/gaming.



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