DELL xpstm m2010

Spesifications of DELL xpstm m2010:
Embrace the Power of Two
Its Powered by Intel® CoreTM 2 Duo Processor
Genuine Windows VistaTM
Absolute Control Over Entertainment
Full-featured desktop multi-media in an innovative portable design
Stunning style with 20" TrueLifeTM display and remote control
Detachable Bluetooth® 5 keyboard, slot load DVD and 7.1 channel sound
Price Starting at $2,999

I/O Ports:

* IEEE 1394 integrated port (1394 cable and software sold separately)
* 4 USB 2.0 (Universal Serial Bus) compliant 4-pin connectors
* ExpressCard Slot
* RJ45 Ethernet port
* RJ11 Modem port
* Video: Digital Video Interface (DVI)
* S-Video: 7-pin mini-DIN connector
* Component Video, S/PDIF Digital & Analog 7.1/5.1 Audio out
* 13-in-2 removable memory card reader

Weight & Dimensions

* Width: 18.85"
* Height: 2.90"
* Depth: 15.90"
* Weight (lbs): 18.30
Graphics & Display:
20.1" Widescreen WSXGA+ display with TrueLifeTM to view TV, games, movies and photos. Fast response times for more life-like motion than slower panels.

256MB ATI® MobilityTM RADEONTM X1800 Graphics Card for multimedia intensive applications.


Integrated 1.3 megapixel web cam and array microphone to keep in touch with friends and family via multi-party video instant messaging software.

High Definition Audio (HDA)
8 speakers and subwoofer for an audio experience like that of a premium home entertainment system.

Hard Drive :
SATA hard drive
Up to 1/2 Terabyte (500GB3) of storage across two hard drives lets you store and access abundant data.

Optional RAID 0 helps to improve system performance while the RAID 1 option enables improved data security.

Optical Storage:
Optical Storage
8x DVD/CD Burner (DVD+/-RW)4

Memory :
Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM
Up to 4GB1 of Dual Channel DDR2 memory provides blazing performance.

DDR2 dual channel2 memory offers excellent performance and bandwidth. This memory architecture is designed to help improve overall system performance and reduce power consumption. As demands from processors, graphics and networking increase, DDR2 is the new standard in notebook memory.


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