Dell XPS M1330 Notebook with $223 discount! 1.8Ghz core2duo, 4gig, 160Gb $2174 or less*

8 September 2007

XPS M1330 Notebook $2398 Amazing 4GB Memory for Blazing Productivity

Select the better 160Gb performance hard drive and Dell will give you $223.30 discount!
Price delivered now is $2174.70 and bucky cashback* of course.

Dont forget that if you are looking for a new 24" or 27" TFT Monitor that Dell will sell you one very cheaply if you buy it with this notebook ($698 & $1298)

Click through to dell and enter E-Value Code Q540928N-web into the ecode finder boxes, select the 160GB hard drive for a discount and checkout.

Free Battery Upgrade to 9 cell
Free Targus Pulse II Backpack
Free Wireless Bluetooth Module!
Free delivery

Intel Centrino Duo Processor Technology - Intel Core 2 Duo Processor T7100 (1.8GHz/ 800 FSB/ 2MB Cache)
4GB 667MHz dual-channel DDR2 SDRAM
160GB 7200rpm Performance hard drive
8X max DVD+/-RW Drive with DVD+R double layer write capability
NVIDIA GeForce 8400M GS with 128MB GDDR3 dedicated graphic memory
Tuxedo Black OR Crimson Red Slim & Light W LED display with VGA webcam
13.3 UltraSharp Widescreen WXGA (1280x800) TFT Display with TrueLife (Slim & Light, Wide Viewing Angle)
Genuine Windows Vista Home Premium
Norton Internet Security 15 months OEM
1 year XPS Premium Service

There is a bit of a queue for these. Please allow approximately 3-6 weeks for delivery

3 comments

  • sandgroper
    Some of the spec for you. As one of the thinnest and lightest notebooks in its class, the XPS M1330 is a truly portable notebook. How did we get so thin? Our WLED display uses 32 tiny, white LEDs for a super bright, super skinny screen. Projected weight starting at just under 1.79 kg and featuring next-gen technologies like slot load optical drive, HDMI connection, Biometric Fingerprint Security, the XPS M1330 is the last word in leading edge high tech. Equipped with an optional 9-cell battery, this XPS M1330 is designed to minimize power consumption and it is expected to deliver up to 7 hours of mobile power – that’s up to 3 DVDs on a single charge http://i.dell.com/images/global/products/xpsnb/sv_m1330_portsideopen.jpg The ports include HDMI 2 USB 2.0 compliant 4-pin connectors IEEE 1394a RJ45 Ethernet port (10/100) External Modem via USB Video: VGA Video: HDMI ExpressCard 54 mm slot 8-in-1 removable memory card reader Audio jacks: Stereo in & headphone/speaker out (x2) dual digital array mics Where's my credit card....
  • sandgroper
    Here's a photo with the normal screen stacked on top of the LED screen to show the thickness change between them, you also get a good view of the ports. http://i195.photobucket.com/albums/z6/Sandgroper1/xps1330ports.jpg
  • nod
    Not that much difference really... pretty chunky all round really. But I do like the new colours. The 160GB upgrade is a good one, as is the free 9 cell. Nice one Sandy :)

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