Dell has announced the first sub $1000 Blu-Ray compatible notebook.

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Dell has announced the first sub $1000 Blu-Ray compatible notebook.
Dell have announced their first sub $1000 Blu-ray compatible notebook which will go on sale for around £450. The notebook is called Inspiron 1525 and comes with a HDMI port so it can be hooked easily up to your HDTV.
Other specs include a 15.4inch high definition display that can display up to 720p images, a wide choice of Intel Core 2 CPUs, up to 4GB DDR2 667Mhz ram, a hard disk of up to 250Gb capacity, Intel's GMA x3100 onboard GPU and a Blu-ray optical drive capable of reading and burning DVDs and CDs. The Blu-Ray drive can be upgrade for an extra 200quid to have the ability to burn BD.
The laptop is already on sale in the US and Europe, go to the Dell website to customize and buy. Discuss on our Forums.
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27-03-2008, 12:07:25

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