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Dell XPS M1330 Notebook. 2.0 Ghz C2D, 3gig, LED Screen, 250GB, 128meg gpx, BT £599
Dell XPS M1330 Notebook. 2.0 Ghz C2D, 3gig, LED Screen, 250GB, 128meg gpx, BT £599

Dell XPS M1330 Notebook. 2.0 Ghz C2D, 3gig, LED Screen, 250GB, 128meg gpx, BT £599

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XPS M1330 (N10X3303)

Intel® Core 2 Duo Processor T5800 (2.00GHz, 800Mhz FSB, 2MB cache)
Genuine Windows Vista® Home Premium SP1 including Media
Memory 3072MB 667MHz Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM [1x2048+1x1024]
Hard Drive 250GB (5400RPM) SATA Hard Drive
Video Card 128MB nVidia® GeForce® 8400M GS
Norton Internet Security 2008 - 15 Month Protection - English
No Accidental Damage Support
Microsoft® Works 9.0 / English - (Does not include Microsoft® Word)
Dell Wireless 1395 802.11b/g Mini-Card - Europe
Dell Wireless 355 Bluetooth 2.0 Module (up to 3Mbps) with Enhanced Data rate - Eur
1Yr XPS Premium Warranty Support - Priority Call In and Onsite Support
Primary 6-cell Lithium-Ion Battery (56 WHr)
Fixed 8x DVD+/-RW Slim Slot Load Drive, including SW
Biometric Fingerprint Reader with BLACK accent
13.3" UltraSharp WXGA (1280x800) White-LED Display (300 nits) with TrueLife
Colour Choice Tuxedo Black & 0.3 mega pixel Camera for White-LED Display

If you click GoToDeal link, the Base Price shown is £649. Atleast £90 additional options should be added to use the 20% voucher. I have added the following,
Norton Internet Security 2008 - 15 Month Protection - English for £15
Colour Choice Tuxedo Black & 0.3 mega pixel Camera for White-LED Display for £80

3 Comments

9cell battery is free upgrade as well.

Don't see what is so wonderful. Seems very much normal everyday Dell price.

Smaller format so explains the relatively high price, if you need the size and weight savings, as it is a lot less good value than a standard 15.4" laptop; but I would think the Samsung one posted earlier today has a good bit better spec for only 60 quid more -
hotukdeals.com/for…933

Faster processor, better/more graphics memory, more RAM

Take your choice, depends on your needs and wants I suppose

I must admit, in any case, I would NOT be wanting a 0.3Mpixel camera for 80 quid eqxtra, and Norton 2008 is best put in the bin without opening it, whatever the price, especially as the 2009 version seems to have vastly improved the terrible system slowing problems, if you feel you MUST go for Norton!
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