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    Dell XPS 12*

    4th generation Intel® Core™ i7 processor

    From $1,499.00

    • Screen: 12.5"
    • Display resolution: 1920 x 1080 pixels
    • Capacity: 256 GB
    • Memory: 8 GB
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Technical Specifications

Processor

  • i7-4500U processor
  • Y
  • 4th generation Intel® Core™ i7
  • 1.80 GHz
  • 2/4
  • FCBGA1168
  • 4.0 MB
  • 3.00 GHz

Audio

  • Waves
  • Y
  • 0
  • N
  • Y
  • MaxxAudio 3
  • 1 W

Battery

  • -
  • Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
  • 6
  • -

Camera

  • Y
  • 1.3

Design

  • Silver
  • Convertible (Ferris Wheel)
  • Convertible (Ferris Wheel)

Display

  • 12.5"
  • Y
  • Y
  • 1920 x 1080 pixels
  • 16:9
  • Multi-touch

Graphics

  • Y
  • -

Intel Technologies

  • 2.0
  • Y
  • Intel® Clear Video HD Technology, Intel® Insider™, Intel® InTru™ 3D, Intel® Quick Sync Video
  • Y
  • Y
  • -
  • -
  • Y
  • N
  • -
  • -

Keyboard

  • Y

Memory

  • 8 GB
  • DDR3-SDRAM
  • 1600
  • 8 GB

Networking

  • -
  • Y
  • -
  • N
  • Y
  • 802.11a, 802.11ac, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n

Operating System & Software

  • Windows 8.1

Ports & Interfaces

  • Y
  • 0
  • 0
  • 2

Storage

  • 256 GB
  • SSD
  • N

Weight & Dimensions

  • 3.34 lbs
  • 317 mm
  • 215 mm
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Expert Reviews (12)

  • 10 0
    0

    Date: 10/01/2011

    Dell XPS M1210 is one of the most feature packed and powerful notebook I have ever seen to date. This is a quite sleek system weighing 4.8 pounds and has dual core processor with 256 MB graphics card. Apart from that, there is built-in Webcam and integ...

  • 10 0
    0

    Date: 10/09/2007

    Bigger is better right? Certain technologies dont seem to think so. Every year cell phones get smaller and smaller and so do computers. As far as laptops are concerned, the idea is to have a laptop as powerful as a desktop, yet portable enough to take...

  • 10 0
    0

    Date: 11/07/2007

    While the Dell XPS M1210 notebook has the dimensions of an ultraportable notebook, it weighs a bit more than the average ultraportable of similar dimensions. This is likely due to the number of features they pack into the syst...

  • 10 0
    8.2

    Date: 11/04/2007

    Good: Mobile broadbandready, Onetouch entertainment functions

    Bad: Applications cost extra

    Dell XPS M1210 This entertainment-oriented ultraportable uses Intels latest Core 2 Duo processor. Dells entry-level multimedia laptop, the XPS M1210 has some excellent show-biz genes, such as media buttons and a TV tuner option. But its also a stron...

  • 10 0
    0

    Date: 27/02/2007

    Good: Superb ultramodern design, Excellent performance in office applications (and not limited to them if the configuration includes a discrete graphics card), Abundance of wireless interfaces (including support for SIM cards), Exclusive TrueLife technology for......

    Bad: Mirrorlike display, Low performance in games, Inconvenient placement of the multimedia buttons, Optical combodrive, Rather too noisy, Dense placement of USB ports (but it’s good that there are as many as four of them here!)

    The life of a truly modern man is like a train that is steadily speeding up from its station towards an unknown destination. It is getting faster and faster every moment, and there’s no stopping or even pausing this process. Living at a high speed...

  • 10 0
    8

    Date: 23/02/2007

    Good: Discrete graphics in an ultraportable. Integrated DVD burner. Webcam for video chats. Fast performance. 85-Wh battery will run for plenty of time.

    Bad: Design is a little bulky for an ultraportable. Unit can get warm at times.

    Only a few ultraportables equal the combination of performance and features found on the Dell XPS M1210 (Vista), priced at $2,300 direct. The Lenovo ThinkPad X60 (Vista) and the Sony VAIO SZ Series, which do, are both darlings of the marketplace, whi...

  • 10 0
    7.5

    Date: 21/02/2007

    Good: High-end components in a compact chassis; long battery life; comfortable keyboard.

    Bad: Heavy and a bit bulky for a 12-inch laptop; disappointing gaming scores; high-end configurations options are expensive.

    High-end components and performance are generally restricted to midsize and larger laptops, so its always nice to see a smaller system aimed at power users. The $2,329 Dell XPS M1210 (configurations start at $1,299) makes the move to Windows Vista, co...

  • 10 0
    0

    Date: 06/02/2007

    LIKE MANY THINGS IN the PC industry these days, laptop computers are a fairly mature sort of product. We all know about the basic types and sizes, and how the inevitable tradeoffs in display performance, size, weight, battery life and display real esta...

  • 10 0
    8.7

    Date: 08/12/2006

    GAMERS DARLING. Dell XPS is quasi a synonym for high-performance multimedia notebooks. It is very interesting, that there is also a 12 inch notebook available, that is Dells XPS M1210 with Core 2 Duo CPU and a Geforce 7400 video card, which is suitab...

  • 10 0
    10

    Date: 30/10/2006

    Good: Great Design, Integrated Webcam and microphone, Convenient multimedia controls, Blue accent lights, Glossy screen, Very light, Full size keyboard

    Bad: Fingerprints show up easily on casing

    I have been looking for a new laptop for a while. My previous laptop the Dell 700m was great and I had no problems with it at all. I wanted an upgrade, something that was small like the 700m, but also powerful and able to play games. After looking arou...

  • 10 0
    9

    Date: 12/07/2006

    Good: Blazing productivity performance, Integrated EV-DO, Front-facing media buttons, Long battery life, Integrated webcam

    Bad: Expensive, Tinny speakers

    Put simply, the XPS M1210 is the most powerful and feature-packed 12.1-inch notebook weve seen. This sleek 4.8-pound system combines a dual-core processor with a 256MB discrete graphics card, plus integrated mobile broadband and a built-in webcam. Thr...

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