Dell XPS M140
Dell XPS M140 Introduction
Dell’s XPS luxury line of laptops, the XPS M140, is one of the least-expensive (and most portable) laptops to feature Windows XP Media Center 2005. It’s a solid choice if you’re looking for a higher-grade multimedia experience.
Dell XPS M140 Design
Dell’s XPS M140 weighs starting at less than 5.5 pounds and fits a full-sized keyboard in a 1.5-inch thin design. The 14.1-inch high-definition widescreen display with optional TrueLife technology offers a vivid viewing experience and the same movie playback size as 15-inch standard-aspect displays. With the optional nine-cell battery mobile users can also enjoy the benefits of extended battery life for productivity applications and watching DVD movies.
Dell XPS M140 Features
Dell MediaDirect technology and the XPS M140’s 5-in-1 media card reader enable quick retrieval of digital content. From the MediaDirect menu, the user can manage content from devices such as flash memory cards and USB storage keys. Users can access stored music, photos and movies in seconds without waiting for the operating system to boot.
Dell XPS M140 Performance
Up to an Intel Pentium M 770 (2.13GHz, 533MHz FSB, 2MB Cache) processor and the optional Intel Pro wireless card. Designed exclusively for those desiring a highly mobile, thin and light notebook PC with long lasting battery performance.Memory: 512MB shared DDR2 SDRAM standard memory, upgradeable to 2GB. Storage: Up to a 80 GB Ultra ATA hard drive.
What’s included in the package
It is a full multimedia machine, packed into a compact design, so you can comfortably use your notebook on planes, trains or anywhere space is at a premium. Plus, with its full-sized keyboard, long battery life, a widescreen display, a full-size keyboard and integrated wireless connectivity, it handles like a much bigger notebook than it is.
Small and potent. The M140 is a true expression of multimedia power in a package that gets heads turning. True instant on functionality provides quick access to DVDs, video, music and photos and the 14.1″ WXGA screen with optional TrueLife helps make all this come alive.