Dell introduces new notebook line

By : |August 6, 2001 0

The notebooks feature Intel’s new 1.13 GHz-M Mobile Pentium III processor
featuring SpeedStep technology, which Dell Asia Pacific vice president — Asia
Ken Constable says, is an important step in the evolution of mobile computing.

In addition to higher processing performance, the Inspiron 8100 and Latitude
C810 will also feature the NVIDIA GeForce2Goa chipset, which offers increased
graphics capacity, up to 32MB, and enhanced performance. The NVIDIA graphics
solutions includes Twinview technology, which allows customers to use dual
monitors on the same notebook system, a common configuration in the financial

The price of Inspiron 8100 starts at Rs 1,49,999.00. It features a Mobile
Intel Pentium III processor 1.13 GHz-M, 128 MB SDRAM, 15-inch SXGA+ display, 8X
Max DVD-ROM, 20 GB ATA-100 hard drive, integrated 56K v.90 modem, 32 MB Nvidia
GeForce2Go graphics chipset, Microsoft Windows Millennium, Microsoft Works Suite
and 1-year limited warranty.

The price of a standard wireless-ready Latitude C810 starts at Rs 1,95,988.
It features a Mobile Intel Pentium III processor 1.13GHz-M, 128 MB SDRAM,
15-inch UXGA display, 16 MB Nvidia GeForce2Go graphics chipset, 10 GB2 hard disk
drive, integrated 56K v.90 modem3, Dell’s DualPoint technology, fixed 24X Max
CD-ROM drive, floppy diskette drive, Microsoft Windows 2000, and 3-year
next-business-day onsite service4. More information on Latitude notebooks is
available at

The Inspiron and Latitude product lines are supported by Dell Services, which
can help lower a customers’ cost of computing with a full suite of computing
services, including pre-sales consulting, deployment and after-sale support.
Dell’s direct model affords customers a single point of accountability and
access to online, remote and onsite support. Complete information on Dell
Services is available at

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