Here are preliminary specifications for Dell's advanced Alienware M11X R3 : AC Adapter/Charger: 90W Battery: 8-Cell 63WHr LCD: 11.6", 1366x768, TrueLife glossy panel, White-LED backlight RAM stick options: 1GB/2GB/4GB/8GB, 1333MHz, DDR3 CPU options: i5-2537M, 1.4GHz up to 2.3GHz i7-2617M, 1.5GHz up to 2.6GHz i7-2630UM, 1.6GHz up to 2.7GHz HDD options: 250GB / 320GB / 500GB / 640GB / 750GB, SATA2, 7200rpm SSD: 256GB, SATA2, Samsung P810 Wireless options: WWAN 3G, LTE/WiMax 4G Color options: Cardinal / Black, Soft Touch Discrete GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GT 540M 2GB DDR3 Expected Proceeds date: early April Great extensive another look over at kitguru.
Alienware M14X R2 preliminary specs AC Adpater: 150W Battery: 8Cell, 63Whr CPU options: Ivy Bridge i5-3210M, 2.5Ghz, 2 cores Ivy Bridge i7-3610QM, 2.3GHz, 4 cores Ivy Bridge i7-3720QM, 2.6GHz, 4 cores Ivy Bridge i7-3820QM, 2.7GHz, 4 cores GPU options: GPU with 1GB VRAM soldered to motherboard GPU with 2GB VRAM soldered to motherboard * sorry, no data on which exact models those GPUs are. Most potential to be NVIDIA 6xx series. LCD options: 14" HD, 1366X768, White-LED, Anti-Glare coating 14" HD+, 1600x900, White-LED, Anti-Glare coating *Sorry guys, no FullHD choice and no RGB-LED option HDD Storage: 1TB 5.4K 2.5" SATA2 750GB 7.2K 2.
I be cognizant some of you don't thirst to move a hefty 17"-18" laptop, and the 11" is honest further small/not authoritarian enough. So here comes the fresh M14X to the rescue. The battery testament be an 8-cell providing 63Whr. Frankly, I was absolutely hoping for more. I comprehend a uncommon Dell laptops that enjoy an 8-cell with 80Whr, so why not for the M14X?? Anyway, this looks to be the equivalent one as in the upcoming M11X R3. HDD options: the general 250GB-750GB, 7200rpm SSD options: Samsung P810 SSD, 256GB, 2.5", SATA2 LiteOn/Plextor PX-256M2S SSD, 256GB, 2.5", SATA3 RAM options: 1GB-4GB, DDR3, 1333MHz There will and be 2GB and 4GB sticks with 1600MHz CPU options: i3-2310M all the journey up to i7-2820QM LCD options: 14" 1600x900 14" 1366x768 No colloquy even on backlight, on the contrary most imaginable White-LED.
See the unabridged gallery on Posterous Here are preliminary details of Alienware's upcoming 18.4" Gaming laptop: LCD : 18.4", 1920x1080, WLED, TrueLife glossy panel Battery : 12Cell, 97WHr [I incredulity why they didn't end the 9Cell 97Whr... ] GPU options (UPDATED): 2x AMD 6970M (CrossFire) 2x AMD codename BlackComb XTX (CrossFire). Sorry, I don't annex the certain name. 2x NVIDIA GTX 460M (SLI) 2x NVIDIA GTX 560M (SLI) 2x NVIDIA codename N12E-GTX2. Could this be the GTX 580M?? 2x NVIDIA GTX 485M (SLI) Will be available to succession in Brunet or Cerise trim. Modernize 1 : Condign got conversation that the M18X is going to chalk up a 330W Ability Supply/Charger.
In appendix to 1GB, 2GB and 4GB sticks, Dell has announced that an 8GB DDR3 1333MHz RAM stick will very be an possibility for the Alienware M17X R3. Permalink | Leave a comment »
I've been waiting patiently for a skilled LCD scanner from Dell, however goose egg in the 2012 lineup seems bully enough. Sure, they obtain a couple of estimable monitors, the 27" U2711 and the 30" U3011, which were introduced a while ago. Both sport high-res panels and 10-bit support. But I expect a overseer with the later specs would be yet exceeding welcome: - Shade Ratio: 16:9 - Size: 27" (30" is a bit extremely still for my taste when I sit so accelerated to the monitor). - Resolution: 3200 x 1800 (5.76MP) NOTE: Provided Apple can consign us 3MP in under 10" on that dissimilar iPad, and over 5MP on the au courant 15" MBP Retina, than Dell can at least go to allow us an equally alpine PPI panel.
Dell XPS L521X LCD: - 15.6" FullHD 1920x1080 Anti-glare LCD No colloquy on back-light or color gamut coverage. RAM: - 2GB to 8GB RAM sticks, both 1333MHZ and 1600MHz options available Motherboard options (CPU and GPU probably soldered onboard): - i5-3210M dual-core, no TPM, 1GB GV graphics card - i5-3210M dual-core, no TPM, 2GB GS graphics card - i5-3210M dual-core, with TPM, 1GB GV graphics card - i5-3210M dual-core, with TPM, 2GB GS graphics card - i7-3612QM quad-core, no TPM, 2GB GS graphics card - i7-3612QM quad-core, with TPM, 2GB GS graphics card - i7-3612QM quad-core, with TPM, 1GB GV graphics card Optical drive: - x8 DVDRW - x5 DVDRW/BR combo Storage: - 2.
Following the Meridian E6420, Dell is as well getting ready to introduce the Latitude E6520. It's got a 15.6" White-LED LCD with Touch-screen option + 3.2MP camera. Intel Sandy Bridge CPU options include: i3-2310M, 2-core, 2.1GHz, 3MB L3 cache i5-2410M, 2-core, 2.3GHz, 3MB L3 cache i5-2520M, 2-core, 2.5GHz, 3MB L3 cache i5-2540M, 2-core, 2.6GHz, 3MB L3 cache i7-2620M, 2-core, 2.7GHz, 4MB L3 cache i7-2720QM, 4-core, 2.2GHz, 6MB L3 cache i7-2820QM, 4-core, 2.3GHz, 8MB L3 cache I corner no counsel on Turbo income freqeuncies and Graphics core frequencies. Will let you discriminate as erudition rolls in. Update: It seems there are integrated specs of the original Sandy Bridge chips over at AnandTech.
Dell is going to publicize the replacement for the OptiPlex 980 - The all virgin Sandy Bridge supporting OptiPlex 990. Here's the elementary tidbits about the different affair desktop: Available in DT, MT and SFF embodiment factors 200W up to 265W Ability Avail options i3-2100 up to i7-2600 CPU options USB3.0 ports (not confident it's a NEC or other vendor's solution) Permalink | Leave a comment »
As I promised, here's some extended information on the fashionable Precision laptops Dell's got lined up for us: Precision M4600 15.6" White-LED and RGB-LED LCD options + Touch-Screen option Graphics card options are as follows: AMD FirePro M5950 1GB GDDR5 NVIDIA Quadro 1000M 2GB GDDR5 NVIDIA Quadro 2000M 2GB GDDR5 Precision M6600 17.3" White-LED and RGB-LED LCD options + Touch-Screen option Graphics card options are as follows: AMD FirePro M8900 2GB GDDR5 NVIDIA Quadro 3000M 2GB GDDR5 NVIDIA Quadro 4000M 2GB GDDR5 NVIDIA Quadro 5010M 4GB GDDR5 UPDATE: - These advanced Precision laptops will be available from the begining of Apr 2011. - The optional Touch-screen for the M6600 will get 4-finger multi-touch, in addition to a stylus input (the dissimilar Latitudes alone keep a 2-finger touch capabilty option).