Dell XPS M1330 review and driver download for win 7 64bit

22 Oct


laptops and desktops driver , Dell has never been known as an innovator in consumer product design. In fact, the company’s stodgy, boxy products have been blamed for a loss of market share to the bolder design strokes of competitors such as HP and Gateway. That’s what makes the new 13-inch XPS M1330 win 7 64bit driver download such a pleasant surprise. From our first behind-closed-doors peek at it last month, we’ve been impressed with the emphasis on the user experience in this superthin, high-end laptop, from the slot-loading DVD drive to the touch-sensitive media buttons and HDMI-output jack. At $2,000 and up, it’s definitely a premium product, but worth it if head-turning design is as important to you as specs and performance.
Price as reviewed / starting price
$2,188 / $1,299
2.0 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo T7300
2GB, 667MHz DDR2
Hard drive
160GB at 5,400rpm
Intel 965
128MB Nvidia GeForce Go 8400
Operating System
Windows Vista Premium
Dimensions (WDH)
12.5×9.4×0.87-1.3 inches
Screen size (diagonal)
13.3 inches
System weight / Weight with AC adapter [pounds]
4.3 / 5.1 pounds
Thin and light
Unlike the bulky, unattractive 12-inch Dell XPS m1210 win xp driver , the XPS M1330 driver download has clearly been built with an emphasis on good looks and clean lines, ditching the earlier model’s cumbersome, rotating Web cam and thick chassis. The system is slightly wedge shaped, going from 0.87 inch in the front to 1.3 inches in the rear. At less than four pounds, it’s one of the lightest 13-inch laptops we’ve seen–nearly a full pound lighter than the popular yet hefty 13-inch Apple MacBook, and a touch lighter than the 12-inch XPS M1210.
The keyboard tray is brushed silver with black accents, while the lid is available in black, white, or red. Our review unit had the matte-red finish (Dell calls it Crimson Red), which looks great, but more color options (as with the newly revamped Inspiron line of laptops) would have been welcome.
Dell manages to squeeze a good number of extras onto the keyboard tray, including touch-sensitive controls for volume and media playback, an eject button for the slot-loading DVD drive, and a quick-launch button for Dell’s proprietary Media Direct software. The biggest drawback we found with the M1330’s design was the tiny, 2.75-inch touchpad, which we found to be particularly frustrating given the fact that there’s plenty of room on the wrist rest for a bigger pad.
Rounding out the laptop’s external features are a XPS M1330 Webcam driver on top of the display and a small, credit-card-size remote control that pops into PC card slot on the side.
The LED-backlit display, also seen in the new 15-inch MacBook Pro, helps to make the system’s lid thinner (less than a quarter-inch thick) while also extending battery life, although users should not expect the display to look any different than a traditional LCD laptop screen. With a native resolution of 1,280×800–the same as on the 13-inch MacBook–you get the best mix of screen real estate and readability

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