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Dell XPS M1530: Like the M1330, But Bigger

Please find following the latest announcement from Dell regarding the XPS M1530.

THIN IS IN FOR THE HOLIDAYS WITH THE NEW DELL XPS M1530 NOTEBOOK COMPUTER

Dell XPS M1530: Like the M1330, But Bigger

Auckland, Nov. 29, 2007—Dell today announced the XPS™ M1530, a sleek and stylish notebook featuring the award-winning design and features introduced by the highly acclaimed XPS M1330 earlier this year but with a larger 15.4-inch display and more powerful graphics options.

With starting price of $1,499, the elegant XPS M1530 delivers a rich mobile entertainment experience and is loaded with premium features, including Blu-ray.

Dell XPS M1530 In Brief

- Standard features include a high-definition widescreen 15.4-inch display, slot-load optical drive, DirectX 10 capable graphics, sophisticated touch sensitive media buttons, integrated Web-cam and HDMI support.

- Multi-media enthusiasts will appreciate the optional Blu-ray disc drive, not to mention the included noise cancelation earbuds, dual headphone jacks and optional travel remote that stores safely away in the notebook’s ExpressCard card slot.

- For those who like to stay connected and in touch no matter where they may be, the XPS M1530 includes standard Wi-Fi wireless networking and optional Bluetooth wireless, not to mention a fingerprint reader for security. A magnesium alloy frame and StrikeZone hard disk drive protection helps ensure the M1530 is road ready.

- Dell’s MediaDirect and Instant Office technology offers the industry’s fastest one-button access to music, movies, and pictures, as well as calendar items and contacts, without booting the system up.

- Dell customers can personalise their notebook on the outside in either Tuxedo Black or Alpine White and the inside with a range of Intel processor options (up to Intel Core 2 Duo Processor T7800), NVIDIA GeForce 8400M GS or GeForce 8600M GT graphics options and up to a 320GB hard disk or 64 GB solid state drive.

- Starting weight of just 2.6 kilograms and a trim 23.7 milimetre profile.

- All XPS desktop and notebook computers feature Dell’s XPS Premium Service, which offers quick access to Dell’s best home-computer technicians and 24x7 telephone support and protection against accidental damage.

- Dell offers free recycling at end of the product’s life and free recycling of an old PC, of any brand, with a purchase to customers in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.

More information on the XPS M1530, including a vlog from product team, is available on our blog at http://direct2dell.com/one2one/default.aspx.

Product images are available at www.dell.co.nz/images.


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