Monday, April 4th 2011

Dell Intros AMD Brazos Platform-based Inspiron Notebooks

Dell introduced its very first Inspiron notebook based on the AMD Fusion platform, the Inspiron M102z. The 11.6-inch notebook is available in two variants based on the processor model, one with dual-core AMD C-50 1.00 GHz at US $699, and the other with dual-core AMD E-350 1.60 GHz at $799. The $699 variant features Radeon HD 6250 graphics, 2 GB of memory, 320 GB 7.2k RPM HDD, 56 Whr 6-cell battery, and connectivity that includes WiFi b/g/n, and Bluetooth 3.0.

The $799 variant packs Radeon HD 6310 graphics, 4 GB memory, and 500 GB 7.2k RPM HDD apart from other features of the $699 variant. Both models feature 1366x768 pixel WLED-backlit display, 1.3 MP webcam, 7-in-1 card reader, and 3W stereo speakers with SRS surround technology.

Source: TechConnect Magazine
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27 Comments on Dell Intros AMD Brazos Platform-based Inspiron Notebooks

#1
HalfAHertz
Rexter said:
Top Tip: Dell computers are made at the same factory as Apple computers.
double ewww

/troll
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newtekie1
Semi-Retired Folder
micksh said:
Why NewEgg price? dm1z is currently $428 directly from HP. Was $400 last week. Was $353 in late February for a few days. And it's got Gigabit LAN, Dell only got 100 Mbit.
Because newegg's easiest for me to find it on.
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