Summary: in early 2008 we purchased two XPS M1330 refurbished laptops directly from Dell. Core 2 Duo, 2GB Ram, Windows Vista Ultimate, Mobile Intel 965 Chipset. We have had no mechanical problems at all. Both computers function perfectly.
Summary: First of all, I would like to start off by saying that this is a really nice laptop. I've had it for 4 whole year's now. But you might want to buy warranty after 2-3 years. Now that it's pretty old I've been having some trouble with it although it is still a great laptop if it works over 4 years..
Summary: Its dizzying combination of great design and market leading features make it an adaptable machine, capable of satisfying both the mobile worker and those with more multimedia orientated requirements. Finally!
Summary: I bought a XPS m1330 last year around spring time and I have to say its one of the best computers I have ever owned. I got mine with upgraded ram and that was all. I play the following games on it with no problem what-so-ever.
Summary: I bought my XPS direct from Dell in January of 2008 right before I deployed to Iraq. I have the 2.2 GHZ Core 2 Duo 7500 Nvidia 8400 w/128 MB memory 3 Gigs of Ram This laptop has withstood everything that I have thrown at it. I am able to play most games with no problems.
Excerpt: This laptop is perfect for people who need performance on the go. It is very portable, but doesn't lack the performance of most "small and light" laptops. Some compromises were made to deliver this, however, as the small touchpad will certainly be noticed.
Pros: Good-looking, well designed, Lots of power, Light and portable
Alpine white, 2.2 ghz core 2 duo, 3.0 gb ram, 128mb nvidia 8400M, LED backlight, bluetooth
Jerry C., ExpoTV
7 August 2008
Excerpt: Excellent all-around laptop packaged in a sleek 13-inch form factor. With a great screen, solid keyboard, and full features across the board, the m1330 is enough to satisfy media-hungry power users while maintaining all the aspects of productivity (battery life, built-in optical drive, card reader).
Pros: Processing power, Able to play 3D games, Sleek design
Summary: I loved my M1210 and used it for 18 months but recently got an M1330 and I like it even better, except for a few things. I did like the 12-inch size and weight of the former, but the 1330 is brighter and the keyboard is a little larger, making for improved useability.