Dell XPS M1530 released

Posted on Tuesday, Nov 27 2007 @ 17:04 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
I already reported about the M1530 yesterday but today Dell officially released the notebook. The Dell XPS M1530 is a new sleek 15.4" notebook with a starting price of $999.
With starting price of $999, the XPS M1530 is loaded with premium features, like built in webcam and fingerprint reader, and design accents like touch-sensitive multi-media buttons, brushed aluminum accents and a choice of sophisticated colors. More information on the XPS M1530 is available at www.dell.com/XPS.

“The enthusiastic reception of the XPS M1330 demonstrates that Dell’s focus on design and performance resonates with customers seeking a premium notebook experience," said Alex Gruzen, Dell’s senior vice president, consumer product group. “We’re building on that success by broadening the product line, and the XPS M1530 will bring the XPS experience to the most popular 15.4-inch widescreen market segment.”

With a starting weight of just under six pounds1 and featuring a trim 1-inch profile, the elegant XPS M1530 delivers a rich mobile experience. Standard features include a high definition widescreen 15.4-inch display, slot-load optical drive, DirectX 10 capable graphics, sophisticated touch sensitive media buttons, and HDMI support. Customers can also personalize their systems with a choice of three colors: standard Tuxedo Black, and optional Crimson Red and Alpine White

Multi-media enthusiasts will appreciate the optional Blu-ray disc drive and included noise cancelation earbuds and travel remote that stores away in the ExpressCard card slot. Dell’s MediaDirect and Instant Office technology offers fast one-button access to music, movies, and pictures, as well as calendar items and contacts, without booting the system up.

For those who need to stay connected and in touch no matter where they may be, the XPS M1530 includes standard Wi-Fi wireless networking, and optional Bluetooth wireless and mobile broadband with a choice of wireless carriers.


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Thomas has been messing with computer since early childhood and firmly believes the Internet is the best thing since sliced bread. Enjoys playing with new tech, is fascinated by science, and passionate about financial markets. When not behind a computer, he can be found with running shoes on or lifting heavy weights in the weight room.



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