XPS M1210 is now available

Discussion in 'Dell XPS and Studio XPS' started by Nelson1, May 31, 2006.

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  1. dragonesse

    dragonesse Notebook Deity

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    I just noticed... unlike alot of Dell models, there's no option for matte vs. glossy screen. Does that mean glossy is the only choice? How reflective are dell glossies? I'm a big fan of matte screens myself, but I know I'm losing my ability to choose that option...
     
  2. leoflc

    leoflc Notebook Enthusiast

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    No... I was going to get a W3J... but now, I don't know anymore...

    Do you think there will be coupons available for M1210?
     
  3. Turion Fan

    Turion Fan Notebook Enthusiast

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    If you buy one through a store (and not online) today, you will receive a "launch date" discount of 5%. That's obviously only good for today, the actual launch date.

    No education discounts apply since the XPS line is geared towards businesspeople, and not teachers or students.

    Other than that, I don't know of any other discounts. It seems it's still coming out to be just as expensive as its competitors. Those $750 off coupons would be awesome. Does anyone know if any of those coupons have ever been applicable to any of the previous XPS notebooks?
     
  4. malnik

    malnik Notebook Enthusiast

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    Yes I agree. I gave away my 700m when I bought my 6400. 12.1" screen really takes the joy out of using a computer. The trade off comes down to the portibility of the laptop and the comfort of your eyes. I prefer to carry 2 extra lbs. I will never go back to small screens again.
     
  5. DoubleBlack

    DoubleBlack Notebook Deity

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    Ya, the M1210 is too small. Now if they put dedicated graphics in the E1405, then we would be set. That's the thing I don't get, the E1405 is "too small" for dedicated graphics, but yet they can put some in a 12" form factor?

    14" is just perfect.
     
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    wow overpriced
     
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    pin Notebook Consultant

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    Now available in the UK, but damn expensive!! £1,200 for model with T2400, dedicated graphics card, 1GB Ram and 100GB hd. £900 for basic model with T2300E integrated graphics card, 512GB Ram and 60GB hd (and have to pay extra £70 for intergrated webcam). Also in both cases supplied with 6 cell battery and XP-Home.
     
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