Dell launches new Pentium M-based Inspiron notebook
Dell has unveiled its Inspiron 6000 notebook, drawing on Intel’s latest 915GM mobile chipset with its increased PCI Express and multimedia support.
It is aimed at small businesses or consumers looking for value machines with higher-quality integrated graphics. The Inspiron 6000 is built around an Intel Celeron M 350 (clocking 1.30GHz with a 400MHz Front Side Bus) or a Pentium M (clocking 2.3, 1.86, 1.73 or 1.60GHz with a 533MHz Front Side Bus), and features the Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 900.
With prices starting from £749 (including VAT), the model comes with a 15.4-inch widescreen format display, up to 2GB of DDR2 RAM, hard-drives ranging in capacity from 30 to 80GB and a choice of optical drives (DVD, CD-RW/DVD or Double Layer3 DVD+/-RW/+R4).
There are 4 USB 2.0 ports, one FireWire (IEEE 1394) port and S-Video Out. Support for wireless networking (802.11b, 802.11b/g or 802.11a/b/g) is optionally available.
It weighs from 3.01kg and measures 38.7 x 356 x 265.5mm (h x w x d).
The system is installed with either Windows XP Home or Professional edition.