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5.4 out of 10

Dell XPS M1330

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The Dell XPS M1330 Kingston 4 GB RAM Upgrade

Digital Home Thoughts
31 August 2009
  • Conclusion: Windows Vista uses RAM much more effectively than Windows XP - it will aggressively cache frequently used programs to RAM rather than let it sit empty. This is why even when nothing is open or running, Vista will report you have almost no RAM free. This is a good thing , because RAM sitting there doing nothing doesn't give you any benefits. Vista can easily fill up 3582 MB of RAM - the XPS M1330 has 2709 MB cached and only 13 MB of RAM free as I write this.
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Yessssss, It Finally Arrived: my Dell XPS M1330

Digital Home Thoughts
31 August 2009
  • Excerpt: I've been playing with my new Dell XPS M1330 quite a bit over the past couple of days - after waiting forever for it, it's great to finally have it in my hands. My first impressions, stream of consciousness style? Here we go...
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Review Of Dell XPS M1330 Laptop

etechreviews.net
23 August 2009
  • Excerpt: Dell is a familiar name in the world of laptops. Dell’s data center combines of innovative tools and software. Dell and Future Facilities are the first companies to use virtual concept for provisioning computing requirements and ensuring the optimal configuration and placement of equipment. By taking a proactive approach to design, it introduced with Dell XPS M1330.
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Review Of Dell XPS M1330 Laptop

etechreviews.net
23 August 2009
  • Excerpt: Dell is a familiar name in the world of laptops . Dell’s data center combines of innovative tools and software. Dell and Future Facilities are the first companies to use virtual concept for provisioning computing requirements and ensuring the optimal configuration and placement of equipment. By taking a proactive approach to design, it introduced with Dell XPS M1330.
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Overall 10
10

Dell XPS M1330

Tech2
17 July 2008
  • Excerpt: The continued success of Sony’s range of slim and sexy laptops has forced many manufacturers to start paying more attention to the aesthetics of their products. One such manufacturer is Dell, which recently introduced its revamped XPS product lineup in a sleek and sexy new avatar. The first machine off that lineup is the XPS M1330, and this is what we will review here. The first thought that comes to mind on unboxing the XPS M1330 is a big WOW.
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Dell XPS M1330 review

Techworld
24 April 2008
  • Summary: If you're after a small laptop, but are willing to sacrifice slightly on portability to get better performance and a larger screen, then the Dell XPS M1330 is a great option. With an asking price under £800 it also represents good value for money too.
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Dell XPS M1330 laptop

Techworld
12 March 2008
  • Summary: Portable computing doesn’t get much sexier than the XPS M1330, but you’ll have to stretch the budget for ‘essential’ extras. Why buy an Apple for style when there's more substance on this side of the fence?
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Overall 9
9.0

Dell XPS M1330 (Penryn)

LAPTOP Magazine
11 March 2008
  • Summary: So let’s review: top-notch screen, keyboard, performance, design, portability, and features, all for under $2,000.
  • Pros: Sharp design, Excellent performance, Mobile broadband option,
  • Cons: No Blu-ray option, Extended battery adds noticeable heft,
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Dell Inspiron XPS M1330 Laptop

Techworld
8 October 2007
  • Summary: The Dell Inspiron XPS M1330 Laptop is available in black or the Crimson Red version we tested. And if you want a thin and light notebook that makes a visual impression as strong as its performance, the flashy colour will do the trick.
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Review – Dell XPS m1330

jRin.net
1 August 2007
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