Dell XPS M1530 – Thin and quite attractive

James Allan Brady - Nov 27, 2007

Imagine the XPS M1330, but about 2 inches larger in the diagonal, that’s pretty much what this laptop is. It has nVidia graphics, but to 256MB video ram, and the option for a Blu-Ray drive and HDMI out. It has Bluetooth, and WiFi N.

It offers up dual core processors from Intel, a card reader, a slim remote that stows away in the ExpressCard slot, HD display choices to get the most out of your media, a 2MP web cam, a fingerprint scanner, and low-pro optical drives featuring either Blu-Ray or a DVD-burner. You get your choice of 3 colors, Crimson Red, Tuxedo Black, or Alpine White too.

Specs wise your processor choices range from a Core 2 Duo T5250 processor at 1.5GHz all the way up to a Core 2 Duo T7800 at 2.6GHz, up to 4 gig of DDR2, your choice of a 5400 RPM 250GB HDD or a speedy 7200RPM 200GB HDD. You can even get WWAN connections from your choice of Sprint or Verizon, and that’s pretty much the bulk of what this notebook has to offer.

XPS M1530 [via Dell]

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