|Item model number||M1330|
|Operating System||Windows Vista Home Premium|
|Item Weight||4.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12.5 x 9.4 x 1.4 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||12.5 x 9.4 x 1.43 inches|
|Computer Memory Type||DDR2 SDRAM|
Dell XPS M1330 13.3-Inch Widescreen Laptop (Tuxedo Black)
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- Fully loaded with 64GB Solid State Drive, 4GB RAM, 9-cell Battery!
- Intel® Core™ 2 Duo T5750 (2.0GHz) with Backlit LED. SLIMER & LIGHTER than normal screen!
- 4GB RAM, 64GB Samsung SSD, DVD+/-RW
- Integrated Camera, Fingerprint Reader, 8-in-1 Card Reader, Dell Wireless 355 Bluetooth Module (2.0+EDR), HDMI Output.
- 1-year Warranty from Dell
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As one of the thinnest and lightest notebooks in its class, the XPS M1330 is a truly portable notebook. How did we get so thin? Our optional LED display uses 32 tiny, white LEDs for a super bright, super skinny screen. Projected weight starting at just under 4 pounds (1.8 kg)7 and featuring next-gen technologies like optional embedded mobile broadband, slot load optical drive, HDMI connection, Biometric Fingerprint Security, the XPS M1330 is the last word in leading edge high tech. Be Free True mobile freedom is about more than just the size and weight of your notebook. The XPS M1330 offers an exclusive set of wireless options that help you stay connected wherever you go.8 Enjoy a wire free environment. Get Face to Face With the XPS M1330’s built-in 2MP camera and noise cancelling mic, you’ll have the power to connect with friends, family and colleagues around the globe. Video conference, chat or blog - the XPS M1330 brings the world to your notebook. Look, Listen, Play The M1330 creates a portable entertainment environment you can enjoy how, when and where you want:Use the HDMI output to connect your notebook to a high-definition plasma or LCD TV. Grab the included remote, lean back and control your system from the comfort of your favorite chair Dual headphone jacks to share with a friend when you’re on the go Instant Gratification With just a push of a button, you’re in control. Use Dell’s exclusive MediaDirect with Instant Office to instantly access select Office applications, photos, videos, music and more without booting Windows. Simple, Secure, Unique Have too many passwords? With Dell’s optional Biometric Fingerprint Reader, you can opt out of passwords and use your fingerprint to log into your system. The fingerprint reader also offers extra security to help protect sensitive documents and information.
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-Light, perhaps one of the lightest out there
-Good specs on paper (discrete graphics are nice)
-Slot loading drive is trendy, but really really noisy (esp b/c it initializes with every bootup. that's great during a quiet moment in a lecture)
-With lightness comes extreme fragility. I am a student and this thing couldn't even take regular backpack transport. Little more than jarring it caused the optical drive to fail, while scratches showed up regularly on its pretty surface.
-Windows vista is a nightmare. I tried and tried and tried but I couldn't get it to work steadily. I was told by our tech guys that XP wouldn't support the hardware in this laptop, but they could be wrong.
-Shoddy, it appears, workmanship. The connection inside for the webcam was loose, or something similar, so that if I adjusted the angle of the screen it might disconnect the webcam.
-I don't know if this is a vista thing, but the USB drivers failed frequently, , causing things like USB hubs and external hard drives to fail
-Bluetooth is neat, but beware it interferes with some of your wifi connectivity (not, of course, specific to this laptop, but a con none the less)
-Dell tech support is an absolute joke. I am now starting to think the "dude, you're getting a dell" ad campaign was supposed to convey pity, not admiration, because if by some chance your warranty IS valid, good luck getting solid service. I've read stories of people returning this laptop 3 times to get the mobo replaced, but I can't confirm, because they literally wouldn't even take my call because my warranty lapsed (not even to answer a question like "how do i open this thing to swap the optical drive myself?
-This thing runs HOT, HOT, HOT. I ran a temp monitor and the GPU regularly broke 200 degrees Fahrenheit during normal operations (youtube, browsing, word processing, etc). I had to undervolt the cpu to make it manageable (note none of the problems listed started post-undervolting
Perfect for you if: You can afford an extensive warranty and have a lot of patience, in the chance that your dell is garbage like mine was.
Not for you if: you don't like tech support on-hold music, or you plan on taking this laptop out of the house in anything but a padded case with shock absorbers (because, believe me, a backpack is insufficient).
Look, I get it, the M1330 is pretty and light and comes in fifty colors, but I really, really, really, don't recommend this computer. If I wanted crap in a shiny wrapper, I'd buy a Mac.
If you want something ultra light, look at the MSI Xslim line or a Lenovo U Series (I think, one of the Lenovo series is really small), or anything in the "ultra portable" category (if you're in Canada, check out the LG p300/p310, lighter than the m1330 and great specs, but not avail. in the U.S.)
Me, I traded my xps m1330 in for a Lenovo T400, and I couldn't be happier--a few pounds heavier, but bigger screen & durable like a tank with switchable graphics for battery consumption and one of the highest rated tech support experiences in the business (according to PC Magazine, I believe).
Few weeks ago, my computer stopped working and I called in to Dell customer service to send it for service. They promised me that it will be fixed and shipped back to me within 10 days. The Dell service rep charged me $500 right away and said they'll refund the rest after they determine the cost of repair. It's been 4 weeks since I shipped my Dell XPS Notebook and everytime I call, I hear a different story. One time they said it has been fixed and will be shipped within the next two days. When I called a week later, they said they are waiting on a part and it will take few more days. My job depends on this Notebook and because of this my daily operations is stalled. I will never ever purchase anything from Dell. The worse part is all service calls goes to India where those people use fake American names. You can clearly identify their accents,but they pose as if they are Americans. They have no clue on how to truly address the customer's issue and keep repeating pre-recorded statements like robots.
In a nutshell, when it comes to Dell it's honeymoon period until they take your money! After that, they make you run after them. Please be cautious when buying Dell products or when engaging Dell services.