Dell unveils two new notebooks for high-end users

Just like many others, Dell also knows well that Consumer Electric Show is really a nice opportunity to bring forward some new devices.

This time the company has come up with its two new high-end laptops: The Studio XPS 1340 and XPS 1640.

In the studio 1340, an Intel Core 2 Duo 2.26GHz P8400 processor has been housed. For some other specs you would find a 4GB DDR3 storage, a 320GB hard drive with 7200RPM, GeForce 9400M graphics from Nvidia, Windows Vista Premium and a 13.3-inch screen.


It will hit the shelves with the price tag of $1,199.

The price of the Studio 1640 is the same, but it features a low-cost ATI RADEON M86XT graphics chip and a large 16’’ LCD screen.

Look-wise both these laptops feel quite similar with their jet-black volcanic glass styling and imitative-leather trimmings.

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