Dell XPS M1210 review Windows XP Driver

21 Oct
The Dell XPS M1210 driver is a new 12.1-inch screen portable laptop that features the Intel Core Duo processor, rotating 1.3MP web camera driver , built-in EVDO and an XPS M1210 nVidia Go 7400 graphics card driver . The XPS M1210 features a new design for Dell laptops and offers possibly the best performance on the market for this sized laptop. Following is a full review of the XPS M1210 Download Driver for windows XP .
The XPS M1210 will replace the Inspiron 710m offering that was quite a popular seller for Dell. With the M1210 the latest Intel Core Duo processors will be offered, there will be no Core Solo, Celeron or ULV (Ultra Low Voltage) processor options. It’s apparent that Dell wants to keep the XPS line as a performance focused series, whether it’s big or small form factor.
Dell XPS M1210 Specs (bolded blue options indicate review unit config where appropriate):
Processor Options:
Intel Core Duo Processor T2600 (2.16GHz/667MHz FSB/2MB Cache)
Intel Core Duo Processor T2500 (2GHz/667MHz FSB/2MB Cache)
Intel Core Duo Processor T2400 (1.83GHz/667MHz FSB/2MB Cache)
Intel Core Duo Processor T2300E (1.66GHz/667MHz FSB/2MB Cache)
Screen: 12.1″ WXGA (Widescreen 1280×800) display with TrueLife (glossy display)
Memory Options: 512MB – 4GB (667MHz DDR2 SDRAM) (1.00GB in review unit)
Hard drive: 60GB – 120GB @ 5400 RPM or 60GB – 100GB @ 7200RPM (100GB @ 7200RPM hard drive in review unit)
Video Graphics Options:
Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950 (with up to 256MB of shared memory)
256MB Dell XPS M1210 NVIDIA GeForce Go 7400 TurboCache Driver (64MB/ up to 192MB shared)
Optical Drive Options: dell DVD/CD-RW Combo driver , DVD+/-RW with Dual Layer DVD+R write capacity
Battery Options: 6-cell 53WHr Li-Ion Battery, 9-cell 80WHr Li-Ion Battery
Wi-Fi Options: Dell Wireless 1390 802.11g Mini Card Wireless, Dell Wireless 1490 802.11a/g Mini Card Wireless, Intel Pro/Wireless 3945 802.11 a/b/g Mini Card
Bluetooth built-in
Wide Area Network / Cell Communication Options
Dell Wireless 5700 Mobile Broadband driver (CDMA EVDO) Mini-Card for Verizon Wireless service
Dell Wireless 5500 Mobile Broadband (3G HSDPA) Mini-Card for Cingular service
Ports and Slots: ExpressCard 54, 5-in-1 Memory Card Reader, Dual headphone jacks, VGA video output & S-Video with SPDIF & component video via S-Video dongle, IEEE 1394 (Firewire), 4 USB 2.0, Optional A/V Communications Package including: integrated 1.3 mega pixel rotating web cam, directional microphone, modem, ethernet,
Premium noise isolation ear buds included when AV Communication option is selected
Operating System Options: Microsoft Windows XP Home, Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005, Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Media Direct software installed for quick boot up to play movies, music and view photos on your hard drive, optical drive or external storage devices
Weight: Starting at 4.4lbs with 6-cell Li-Ion battery
Dimensions: Depth 220.98 mm (8.7 inches) 11.7-inches x 8.7-inches x 1.2-inches (W x D x H)
Design and Build
The M1210 sports a new look for the Dell XPS series driver
The first thing that’s noticed about the XPS M1210 is that it doesn’t look like any other Dell designed notebook currently on the market. That’s right, no white bumpers like we see on every Inspiron machine currently in the line-up. Personally, I love the M1210 look with the black lid and silver brush keyboard and casing. The blue effects lighting on the front located silver media buttons is very nice. Overall the M1210 look is very pleasing to the eye, and certainly can be called stylish but not gawdy (like some might say the brazen XPS M1710 gaming laptop design is). The look walks a nice line between being cool yet professional.

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