Dell XPS M1330 Red Notebook

Dell XPS M1330 Red Notebook

The Dell XPS M1330 red notebook laptop is a great example of the combination of power, portability and speed coming together all in one durable great looking colored laptop. The overall opportunities are widely diversified when it comes to laptops touting this level of impressive components and features.

Designed around the Intel Core 2 Duo T7500 processor running at 2.2GHz on an 800MHz Front Side Bus and providing a huge 4MB L2 cache, the Dell XPS M1330 is certainly ready for any advanced applications which the user needs to run. Not only are each of the cores fast, but the overall design lends itself to being able to move huge chunks of data at ultra fast speeds while remaining highly responsive in everyday computing tasks and beyond.


The specific model we reviewed was configured with 3GB of DDR2 RAM (system memory), and had a 128MB NVIDIA GeForce 8400M GS video card. Windows 7 was the installed operating system on the 160GB 7200 RPM SATA hard drive which also featured the Free Fall Sensor technology which is certainly a plus, especially on a portable computer.

With a long list of additional features and add-ons, the Dell XPS laptops have always been geared towards the user who needs the additional power capable of running advanced applications flawlessly, as well as gaming on the laptop.

With the need for reliability and speed being addressed in multiple components, the overall design lends itself well to these advanced uses. Gaming laptops will typically utilize the internal components available, adjusting to them, and often lesser component specs means the gaming experience is affected. The red Dell XPS M1330 is one of many laptops in this series designed to do a respectable job of handling these more advanced applications.

In addition to the typical Fast Ethernet capabilities, the Intel 4965AGN Wireless-N Mini Card provides easy access to hotspots and wireless networks while allowing the user to use Fast Ethernet to broadband networks as well. The 802.11n is the ultra fast wireless technology available today, and yet the Mini Card in the XPS still provides backwards compatibility to other existing legacy technologies.