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June 11th, 2011 at 1:07 am

Review Of Dell XPS M1330 Laptop

The Dell XPS M1330 is designed for those that want power on the go. If you’re also fashion conscious and like to standout in a crowd, the looks of the XPS M1330 will help you in that area too. Sleek design coupled with a portable form factor and powerful components come together to make for a compelling notebook.

Build and Design

Our pre-production XPS M1330 as equipped:

  • 13.3-inch WXGA screen with LED backlight
  • “Crimson” red paint (also available in “Tuxedo” black or “Pearl” white)
  • 2.0GHz Core 2 Duo T7300 processor, Santa Rosa chipset (up to 2.4GHz available)
  • 2GB DDR2-667 SDRAM (up to 4GB DDR2 SDRAM available)
  • 160GB 5400 RPM SATA HDD (32GB SSD drive available)
  • Slot-loading dual-layer DVD±RW drive
  • 128MB NVIDIA GeForce Go 8400M GS
  • WWAN option for Verizon
  • Ethernet, 802.11a/g/n (Intel 4965), Bluetooth option
  • Integrated VGA webcam
  • HDMI, VGA, 1394, two USB 2.0 ports, integrated media reader (MS, SD, xD), fingerprint reader
  • Media Center remote located in ExpressCard slot
  • Windows Vista Home Premium
  • Dimensions 12.5″ x 9.4″ x 0.87″ – 1.33″
  • Weight starts at 4 pounds with 6-cell battery(xps m1330 battery)
  • Unlike the bulky, unattractive 12-inch Dell XPS m1210 with li-ion xps M1210 battery , the M1330 has clearly been built with an emphasis on good looks and clean lines, ditching the earlier model’s cumbersome, rotating Web cam and thick chassis. The system is slightly wedge shaped, going from 0.87 inch in the front to 1.3 inches in the rear. At less than four pounds, it’s one of the lightest 13-inch laptops we’ve seen–nearly a full pound lighter than the popular yet hefty 13-inch Apple MacBook, and a touch lighter than the 12-inch XPS M1210 with powerful dell xps m1210 battery .

    The keyboard tray is brushed silver with black accents, while the lid is available in black, white, or red. Our review unit had the matte-red finish (Dell calls it Crimson Red), which looks great, but more color options (as with the newly revamped Inspiron line of laptops) would have been welcome.

    Dell manages to squeeze a good number of extras onto the keyboard tray, including touch-sensitive controls for volume and media playback, an eject button for the slot-loading DVD drive, and a quick-launch button for Dell’s proprietary Media Direct software. The biggest drawback we found with the M1330’s design was the tiny, 2.75-inch touchpad, which we found to be particularly frustrating given the fact that there’s plenty of room on the wrist rest for a bigger pad.

    You will love:Dell XPS M1330 has 2 megapixel camera sensor resolution which is higher in comparison with similar priced notebooks. Dell XPS M1330 has only 4-pound weight,9 cells dell xps M1330 battery. Price comes upto $715 this notebook has great features for the money.

    You will hate:Screen size 13.3-inch is somewhat smaller than some similarly priced notebooks. This notebook has a modest 2.0 GHz CPU speed. Graphics-intensive applications will certainly hinder performance on a system that relies on relies shared video RAM.


    There are very few 13-inch laptops on the market that bring the caliber of hardware and performance of the Dell XPS M1330. We’re getting a glimpse of the future in ultraportable power with the Dell XPS M1330 battery .Its battery is as good as inspiron e1505 battery . Game-capable graphics, blazing processor speed, and a pile of RAM all packed into a lovely chassis that’s as comfortable to carry as a hardback airport romance novel. Despite the extra cash you’ll shell out, we think the Dell XPS M1330 is the clear choice over other cheaper, less powerful notebooks.



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