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Dell Announces Next-Generation Notebooks

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    Dell today unveiled next-generation mobile workstations - the Dell Precision M90 and Dell Precision M65 - that further its leadership in mobile workstation-class performance, true notebook-like mobility and assured reliability.

    Dell Precision M90 - The Most Powerful Dell Mobile Workstation Ever
    • NVIDIA Quadro FX OpenGL graphics with up to 512MB dedicated graphics memory
    • Intel Core Duo processors with 2MB L2 cache and a fast 667MHz front side bus
    • Up to 4GB of high speed DDR2 memory
    • 667MHz memory interface to speed the transfer of data
    • 17-inch Bright displays up to WUXGA (1920 X 1200) resolution
    • On-board IEEE 1394, three-button touch pad, and DVI and SVGA video outputs
    • TPM 1.2 support
    Dell Precision M65 - True Mobility for Mobile Workstations
    • Intel Core Duo processor with 2MB L2 cache and a fast 667MHz front side bus
    • 15.4-inch wide-aspect display
    • Up to 4GB of high speed DDR2 memory
    • 667MHz memory interface to speed the transfer of data
    • Up to 512MB shared graphics memory with NVIDIA Quadro FX 350M Turbocache
    • TPM 1.2 support
    • Optional dual batteries for extended battery life, and biometric finger print reader
    The Dell Precision M90 and Dell Precision M65, certified on some of the workstation industry's most demanding CAD, CAE, DCC, GIS and other applications are available today worldwide. Prices for the Dell Precision M90 start at $2,239. The Dell precision M65 is priced from $1,849.

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    Optional dual batteries for extended battery life, and biometric finger print reader


    They finallly did something good right there. I havent tryed any of the new IBM notebooks, But the finger print reader seems to be an accesable way to get into your pc without typing or remembering a password, or even forgetting it. I like the dual batteries also.
     
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