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Dell XPS M1530

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Overall 8

Dell XPS M1530

maximum pc
24 June 2008
  • Summary: As cool as the app is, Google Desktop is a major resource hog; we’d rather install it ourselves if we deem it necessary, thank you very much. So take a beautiful screen, add Intel’s second-fastest CPU, a pretty-fast GPU, and EVDO coverage, and you’ve got the MacBook Killer, right? Maybe. See our final analysis on page 4 of the main article .
  • Pros: Feature-packed and full of muscle; beautiful screen; built-in EVDO.
  • Cons: We don't really like the finish, aesthetically; some weird usability choices; some bloatware remains.
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Overall 8
Performance 7

Dell XPS M1530

PC Authority
23 August 2009
  • Summary: Form and function meet in the middle in one supremely well-made package
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Overall 9

Expert Review

Good Gear Guide.au
9 August 2009
  • Summary: If you want some power under the hood but still need mobility this XPS from Dell is a great option. We're keen on the design and build as well as the features in tow.
  • Pros: Strong build, nice design, powerful components and quick start MediaDirect functionality, Digital/Analogue TV tuner, HDMI
  • Cons: No e-SATA
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Overall 8

Dell XPS M1530

9 January 2008
  • Summary: Don't let the slim design and relatively light heft fool you. This XPS is one powerful gaming portable with an impressive feature set for work and play.
  • Pros: Excellent gaming performance, Touch-sensitive buttons, Slim and light for a midsize machine, Good feature set which includes a fingerprint sensor, Mini-remote control stored in the ExpressCard slot
  • Cons: No subwoofer, Few USB ports, No modem
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