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Learn more about the DELL iM101z-3980BK Model Brand DELL Series Inspiron Model iM101z-3980BK General Color Black Operating System Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit CPU Type Intel Core i3-330UM 1.2GHz Screen 11.6" Memory Size 2GB DDR3 Hard Disk 250GB Graphics Card Intel HD Graphics Video Memory Shared memory Dimensions 11.5" x 8.07" x 0.95" Weight 3.44 lbs. CPU CPU Type Intel Core i3 CPU Speed 330UM(1.20GHz) CPU Support 3MB L3 Cache Chipset Chipset Intel HM57 Display Screen Size 11.6" Wide Screen Support Yes Resolution 1366 x 768 Operating Systems Operating System Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit Graphics GPU/VPU Intel HD Graphics Video Memory Shared system memory Graphic Type Integrated Card Hard Drive HDD 250GB HDD RPM 5400rpm HDD Interface SATA Memory Memory 2GB Memory Speed DDR3 1333 Communications WLAN Intel 6250 Wireless-N w/ WiMax Ports Card Slot SIM card slot USB 3 Video Port 1 x VGA HDMI 1 x HDMI Audio Ports 1 x Microphone jack; 1 x Headphone jack Supplemental Drive Webcam Yes Power Battery 6-cell Lithium Ion Battery (56 WHr) Physical Specifications Dimensions 11.5" x 8.07" x 0.95" Weight 3.44 lbs.
It is very nice product with respect to its price but the battery part of device is thicker than other parts which makes it thicker and a little bit heavy than other models in this... Read morePublished on December 29, 2012 by Arash
This is a little powerhouse laptop. Does everything I need it to do and it's small and lightweight. Read morePublished on October 16, 2012 by FPnSkippy
COMPRE PARA LOS HIJOS Y ELLOS ESTAN MUY CONTENTO CON LAS COMPUTADORAS, RAPIDA Y MUY CONVENIENTE POR LO MOVIL Y LIVIANAS, LO RECOMIENDOPublished on September 13, 2012 by Heliodoro Soto
Small laptop but very usefull, easy carry and battery last more than 4-5 hrs.
Updated to 8GB mem and plan to update to 250GB/ SSD. Read more
We are an Apple shop but picked up the iM101Z because it looked like a lot of laptop for a really low, netbook price. Read morePublished on July 22, 2012 by Matthew Therrien