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Info on Dell Inspiron e1405, Inspiron e1505, Inspiron 640m & Inspiron 6400

Discussion in 'Dell' started by Mister H, Jan 31, 2006.

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  1. Mister H

    Mister H Notebook Enthusiast

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    Looking for more infos about new Dell notebooks? Just make a simple search on google by using the following keywords: dell + i6000 + core duo. Of course, you can see lot of links but if you are curious then you can find something definitively interesting on page 4! Download the Excel file hosted on ftpbox.us.dell.com. It is very strange that Dell authorizes google to rank such a link!!! :eek:
     
  2. Mister H

    Mister H Notebook Enthusiast

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    Page 61 or 62. It depends of the moving rank..
     
  3. Mandrake

    Mandrake Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    What's the whole ftp path?
     
  4. Mister H

    Mister H Notebook Enthusiast

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    google search used: "dell i6000 core duo"

     
  5. Mister H

    Mister H Notebook Enthusiast

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    Abaxter,

    Open this file, go to the sheet '000-200s' and make a search on the word 'core duo'. Then? ;)
     
  6. USAFdude02

    USAFdude02 NBR Reviewer & Deity

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    The E1505 according to that spreadsheet will have the same "base" cost as the I6400. That is kinda odd...but hey, good find.
     
  7. Mister H

    Mister H Notebook Enthusiast

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    Search for dell + i6000 + core duo on google. The file is ranked on page 4!
     
  8. ccbr01

    ccbr01 Matlab powerhouse!

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    Basically that tells that the xps m170 isn't getting the core duo chip for awhile. Could this be true?
     
  9. Brian

    Brian Working at 486 Speed

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    We can't comment on things that we know regarding Dell notebooks, but I think it's fair to make the assumption that high end notebooks will be getting high end processors.
     
  10. Geth.Who

    Geth.Who Notebook Enthusiast

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    How big that xls? Seems to be taking a while to open on my (very poor :-( ) connection (64K isdn)
     
  11. Geth.Who

    Geth.Who Notebook Enthusiast

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    Frack me! 36.4 MB spreadsheet!

    While on the topic - I wonder if someone has a google desktop installed somewhere in Dell, and this was found via that route. I understand that google desktop, while indexing your PC for your own searches, also makes that info available to google. PLEASE NOTE - this is hearsay - I don't hvae any evidance to support it. But it is a (scary) theory.
     
  12. ceiph

    ceiph Notebook Evangelist

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    ok the admins cant tell us what they know but i found out something VERY intresting that everyone seemed to skip. we all jumped ahead whoa the core duos. i made a 6000 on the website and put the ati card in so i could find out the product number. what this does than is tell me dells NEW gpu for the E1505 Ready?

    256MB ATI MOB RADEON X1400,I6400/E1505

    also the best screen u can get is
    15.4 INCH TRUELIFE,WSXGA+,I6400/E1505

    with that said ill point out another goodie

    256MB NVIDIA GEFORCE 7800 ULTRA,XPS M170

    this was all found on page 4.. enjoy. and yes a E1505 is sounding very nice about now

    i better get rep for this it was a very hard/creative find on my part lol
     
  13. gianefiasco

    gianefiasco Notebook Guru

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    yeah the e1505 does seem pretty sweet about now.,.
     
  14. mjgunn

    mjgunn Notebook Guru

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    I assume the 640m is a dual core version of the 630m (which is exactly what I'm waiting for, hopefully with a dedicated grahpics card.....and as long as I'm wishing, a shade thinner ;) ), and the 6400 is a DC of the 6000. What would the 1405 and 1505 be, or are they a new series?
     
  15. ceiph

    ceiph Notebook Evangelist

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    6400 and e1505 are same thing, like the 9400 and e1705 now
     
  16. Eliwood

    Eliwood Notebook Deity

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    The E series is Dell's full replacement to the 600, 6000, and 9300. If you haven't caught onto the naming scheme, it's E + screen size + 05. Dell started integrating this information into their product names starting with the XPS M170 (17") and M140 (14"). Now I wonder what that 05 is... It can't be year since these are 2006 products...
     
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    calxn Notebook Geek

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    Help me out. Can't access the file any longer. Can someone check their spreadsheet and tell me if there is going to be a 14.1" machine with a good graphics card and at what price? I have a pre-order for another machine from another manufacturer and need to know whether I should cancel and wait. I have a suspicion that Dell will sell me a similar machine (even if uglier) for significantly lower price.
     
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    pixlix Newbie

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    uhh, file seems to be gone... someone please upload it somewhere :)
     
  19. harsan

    harsan Notebook Geek

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    not work :(
     
  20. ceiph

    ceiph Notebook Evangelist

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    i have no where to upload it but it i didnt see a 14.1 with a graphics card
     

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