DELL'S FASTEST CONSUMER NOTEBOOK UNITES POWER, BOLD LOOKS FOR GAMERS ON THE MOVE
ROUND ROCK, Texas, April 18, 2006 - Mobile gamers now can bring the firepower of dual-core processors and 512 MB graphics to their next tournament thanks to Dell's fastest consumer notebook, the XPSTM M1710, introduced today.
For serious gamers looking for an edge on their next opponent, the XPS M1710 notebook offers blazing performance to match its bold looks. With Intel(R) CoreTM Duo processors, NVIDIA(R) 512 MB GeForce(R) Go 7900 GTX graphics technology and up to 4 GB of memory, the XPS M1710 can deliver up to 35 percent better performance than its predecessor1. Customers can play 3-D games at high settings for stunning realism while simultaneously performing intensive tasks such as encoding music or running a virus scan without zapping performance.
Dell offers unique design choices of Special Edition Formula Red or Metallic Black displays so gamers can play in high style. To further customize the look, each XPS M1710 notebook features an illuminated XPS touchpad and adjustable 16-color perimeter lighting.
The XPS M1710 Metallic Black model is available immediately worldwide starting at $2,600 with an Intel Duo Core T2400 processor, Windows(R) XP Media Center Edition 2005, 256 MB NVIDIA GeForce Go 7900 GS graphics, 1 GB DDR2 memory, nine-cell battery, 60 GB6 hard drive, and one-year limited warranty.7 The Special Edition Formula Red model is available in the United States and Canada only priced at $3,400 with an Intel Core Duo T2500 processor, 512 MB NVIDIA GeForce Go 7900 GTX graphics and 80 GB4 hard drive. For additional product details visit www.dell.com/xps. Photos are available at www.dell.com/photos.
You read that right folks, we now have notebook GPU's that are equipped with 512MB of memory. Thankfully, just in time for the next wave of games including the taxing upcoming title UT2007.
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