Dell XPS M1210, XPS M2010 and XPS 700 Now Available

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Dell today will announce and unveil three new XPS products, two of those being notebook devices.  The XPS M2010 is a 20.1-inch mobile entertainment PC and the XPS M1210 is a 12.1″ screen portable notebook with dedicated graphics and built-in web camera.  Both notebooks will have the Core Duo processor and be unveiled today at a 10 a.m. event in Los Angeles.  View the NotebookReview.com M1210 review here.


The XPS M2010 and XPS M1210 are now available on Dell.com.  The XPS M2010 starts at $3,500 while the XPS M1210 starts at $1,321.  The XPS M700 desktop machine is available at Dell.com with a price starting at $2,310.


XPS M2010 Portable Entertainment PC

Dell was seen touting the M2010 at Las Vegas in January where they called it a “mobile concept PC”.  That concept becomes reality today as Dell releases the M2010 with a starting price of $3,500.  That’s a steep price, but it gets you a lot of options in a mobile type of package.  In a closed position this mobile entertainment PC looks like a black leather brief case with an anodized aluminum carrying handle. When opened, the M2010 turns into a 20.1-inch high-definition display with detachable keyboard.  The M2010 has the ATI X1800 graphics card included, making it a natural gaming machine.  A slot loading DVD and integrated 1.3 megapixel camera are just two other cool options of the many offered with the M2010

Dell XPS M2010 - Mobile Concept PC
Dell XPS M2010 Mobile Entertainment PC (view larger)

  • Intel Core Duo Processor (1.83 GHz – 2.16 GHz)
  • 20.1-inch high definition display with TrueLife for crisp and vivid images (WSXGA+ 1,680×1,050)
  • Full-size Bluetooth wireless keyboard with integrated touch pad and 10-key numeric pad — detachable and rechargeable
  • Bluetooth remote control with gyroscopic mouse control featuring integrated LCD screen for navigation and playback of audio files.
  • Choice of 802.11 a/g  Wi-Fi
  • Dell MediaDirect technology for fast, one-button access to videos, music or photos without having to start Windows
  • Integrated 13-in-2 media card reader for easy transfer of content from digital devices
  • Eight integrated 4-ohm speakers and 12-ohm subwoofer for premium audio experience
  • Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 and optional TV tuner
  • Up to 4GB 667MHz dual-channel DDR2 memory
  • Optional dual hard drive configuration for improved performance or data security, storage of up to 240GB with dual drives
  • ExpressCard slot supports next-generation devices
  • Other ports include four USB ports, IEEE 1394, SPDIF, Analog 7.1./5.1 audio, DVI-I
  • 12-cell lithium-ion battery
  • Expected starting weight of 18.3 lbs
  • Base one-year XPS Limited Warranty6 with optional Dell On Call7 “how-to” value-added services
  • Price Starts at $3,500

XPS M1210 Ultramobile Notebook


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The XPS M1210 is a portable 12.1″ screen notebook with dedicated graphics — a rare thing for this sized notebook.  The nVidia Go 7400 128MB graphics card gives this little notebook some jazz and the ability to do some gaming.  Also offered with the M1210 is an optional built-in rotating web camera and optional EVDO.  That’s a lot of features for such a small package.  Dell has also broken with its past design and features a new black lid with silver logo lid and then brushed silver look on the keyboard and inside hte notebook.

Specs and available configurations for the M1210 are as follows:

  • Processor Options:
    • Intel Core Duo Processor T2700 (2.33GHz/667MHz FSB/2MB Cache)
    • Intel Core Duo Processor T2600 (2.16GHz/667MHz FSB/2MB Cache)
    • Intel Core Duo Processor T2500 (2GHz/667MHz FSB/2MB Cache)
    • Intel Core Duo Processor T2400 (1.83GHz/667MHz FSB/2MB Cache)
    • Intel Core Duo Processor T2300 (1.66GHz/667MHz FSB/2MB Cache)
  • Screen: 12.1″ WXGA (Widescreen 1280×800) display with TrueLife (glossy display)
  • Memory Options: 512MB – 4GB (667MHz DDR2 SDRAM)
  • Hard drive: 60GB – 120GB @ 5400 RPM or 60GB – 100GB @ 7200RPM
  • Video Graphics Options:
    • Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950 (with up to 256MB of shared memory)
    • 256MB NVIDIA GeForce Go 7400 TurboCache (64MB/ up to 192MB shared)
  • Optical Drive Options: DVD/CD-RW Combo, DVD+/-RW with Dual Layer DVD+R write capacity
  • Battery Options: 6-cell 53WHr Li-Ion Battery, 9-cell 80WHr Li-Ion Battery
  • Wi-Fi Options: Dell Wireless 1390 802.11g Mini Card Wireless, Dell Wireless 1490 802.11a/g Mini Card Wireless, Intel Pro/Wireless 3945 802.11 a/b/g Mini Card
  • Bluetooth built-in
  • Wide Area Network / Cell Communication Options
    • Dell Wireless 5700 Mobile Broadband (CDMA EVDO) Mini-Card for Verizon Wireless service
    • Dell Wireless 5500 Mobile Broadband (3G HSDPA) Mini-Card for Cingular service
  • Ports and Slots: ExpressCard 54, 5-in-1 Memory Card Reader, Dual headphone jacks, VGA video output & S-Video with SPDIF & component video via S-Video dongle, IEEE 1394 (Firewire), 4 USB 2.0, Optional A/V Communications Package including: integrated 1.3 mega pixel rotating web cam, directional microphone, modem, ethernet,
  • Premium noise isolation ear buds included
  • Operating System Options: Microsoft Windows XP Home, Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005, Microsoft Windows XP Professional
  • Media Direct software installed for quick boot up to play movies, music and view photos on your hard drive, optical drive or external storage devices
  • Weight: Starting at 4.4lbs with 6-cell Li-Ion battery
  • Dimensions: Depth 220.98 mm (8.7 inches) 11.7-inches x 8.7-inches x 1.2-inches (W x D x H)

Dell XPS 700


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Dell today also unveiled an XPS 700 gaming desktop.   The XPS 700 gaming desktop is armed to the teeth with options for advanced graphics, processors, hi-fi audio and physics accelerators to deliver an immersive multimedia experience for gamers and enthusiasts.  Priced at $2,410, the XPS 700 is available in special-edition formula red in the U.S. and Canada, and black, available worldwide, at $2,310.  A kit for build-your-own enthusiasts starts at $1,120, including the chassis, an Intel 930 processor, 512 MB memory, motherboard and power supply.  Available features include:

  • Pentium D and 965 Extreme Edition Dual Core processor options at 800 MHz FSB
  • Up to 4 GB3 DDR2 667MHz memory
  • The forward slanting profile enables gamers to place the chassis against a wall without crimping the power and other cables in the back. 
  • A removable side wall, exposed I/O ports, up to four hard drives and optical drives with self-tending doors make it easy to upgrade and maintain the computer. 
  • Power supply options include 750-watt (black model) or 1-kilowatt (formula red)
  • Seven expansion slots including one x1, one x8 and two x16 PCI-Express slots
  • Graphics options include the NVIDIA SLI and Quad SLI and ATI RADEON X1900
  • AGEIA PhysX accelerator option controls dynamic motion in real-time for intense realism in supported games and applications
  • Ports include eight USB 2.0, one 1394 port and one DVI
  • Price Starts at $2,310

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  1. corales

    I want to buy a motherboard for my computer model dell xps m700
    Could you tell me if it is in your stores and how I do to buy the product?
    Thank you !
    I live in Cartagena, colombia
    waiting for your reply
    I”m Silfredo Castro