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Dell XPS M1530: Like the M1330, But Bigger

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


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

Product images are available at


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