Xps M1710 !!!

Discussion in 'Dell XPS and Studio XPS' started by abcd12345, Feb 24, 2006.

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  1. abcd12345

    abcd12345 Notebook Consultant

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    Hey Guys,

    I just re-installed the Windows on my Inspiron 5150. So I downloaded drivers from Dell website and found this:

    Network: Dell_Wireless (US) WLAN network for: Inspiron 1000...5150...6400...9400...Latitude 620,820... Precision M65, 90 and XPS M1710, M2010.

    Anybody have more info on the new XPS? Is it going to be the Core Duo version of M170 or it will be a new design?

    Sam
     
  2. Saggy

    Saggy Notebook Enthusiast

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    Considering the new trend of the numbering relating to screen size, the M2010 sounds interesting. Not that I want a 20 inch laptop, but I am surprised that Dell could be launching one properly.

    I wish they would hurry up with the new latitudes.


    S.
     
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    Eliwood Notebook Deity

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    The 2010 sounds like that Mobile Concept PC they showed off at CES. I'm glad they're pursuing that. :)
     
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    zicky Notebook Evangelist

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    Yeah, that's the name they gave it back then and it seems they want to stick to it. Now I wonder what will the true specs be.
     
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    The last i heard rumor wise, dell was planning on having a 19in laptop, but I don't think that was set to debut until 2007.

    I think the XPS series is going to go similar to the 9300 update. It will probably just be dual core with same designed.
     
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