Tuesday, May 01, 2007

Dell XPS M1210


The good: Wide-aspect display; lengthy battery life (with high-capacity cell); comfortable keyboard; tons of ports; integrated optical drive.

The bad: High-end configs are expensive; thick case; tinny speakers; cramped touch pad.

The bottom line: Though its higher-end (and high-performance) configurations are expensive, the Dell XPS M1210 should appeal to everyday users who want a relatively light but still full-featured Media Center computer.

1 comment:

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