Dell XPS M1330 Laptop. Top Spec. 2.5Ghz Penryn C2D, 4gig, 320Gb, 128meg 8400GS, LED display $2181

OK, this isnt going to be the deal of the week, but for those who have been waiting for the new Intel Penryn cpu to arrive this may be just what you were waiting for. Dell are offering a free cpu upgrade this week and the logical upgrade would have been to the 2.4Ghz cpu but they seem to have jumped a cpu here, could be quite a deal for this waiting for it to appear.

Click through and enter ecode R540213-web into the ecode finder boxes to reach this deal, select norton internet security for a $17.60 discount. Dont forget the Bucky cashback on this deal too!

Intel Core 2 Duo Processor T9300
2.5GHz, 6MB Cache, 800 MHz FSB
Genuine Windows Vista Home Premium - with AERO experience
4GB ( 2 X 2048MB ) 667MHz Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM
320GB SATA Hard Drive
Internal 8X DVD+/-RW Combination Drive with dual layer write capabilities
NVIDIA GeForce 8400M GS with 128MB GDDR3 dedicated graphic memory
Intel 4965AGN Wireless-N Mini-Card
Palmrest with Fingerprint Reader
Dell Wireless 355 Bluetooth Module
Tuxedo Black Slim & Light WLED display with VGA webcam
13.3" UltraSharp Widescreen WXGA (1280x800) Display with TrueLife(0.3MP webcam)
6-cell 56Whr Lithium Ion Primary Battery
2-year XPS Premier Service with 1-year CompleteCover
Norton Internet Security 2007-15 Mths OEM
Nylon Sleeve Bag
Dell Travel Remote Control
Noise Isolation Ear Buds


  • sandgroper
  • admin
    Whats the increment in performance with the new intel chip sandy ?
  • nod
    only thing I don't like the sound of is the Nortons :D
  • trevorf
    Whats the increment in performance with the new intel chip sandy ?
    Major improvements mainly in battery and heat I think it was, with minor increase in performance.
  • admin
    Do you know any of the details of how they've reduced the heat and power consumption trevor? Thats sort of like utopia for them.
  • trevorf
    45 nm and smaller size? just more efficient in what it does.
  • admin
    processor and compiler design guys rank in my definition of super geek. You'd have to have quite an amazing conceptual mind to be able to work at that level. I remember doing compiler design years ago. Thankfully the guy that taught it was able to make it seem interesting so I enjoyed it even though I was crap.

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