Dell Offers New Inspiron 1150 Notebook

From Dell’s press release:

Designed for the value-conscious customer and equipped with more advanced features such as internal wireless connectivity, Dell today announced the Inspiron 1150, an affordable and highly customizable notebook packed with numerous practical capabilities.

Priced starting at $799, the Inspiron 1150 is exceptionally flexible and offers advanced optional features traditionally associated with higher priced notebooks. With the introduction of the Inspiron 1150, all Dell notebooks now offer internal wireless Internet capabilities. The 1150 offers two optional internal wireless cards for hassle-free connections to Internet-based applications. Customers can choose between the Dell Wireless 1350 802.11b/g 54Mbps Mini-PCI Wireless Card or the Dell Wireless 1450 Dual Band 802.11a/b/g 54Mbps Mini-PCI Wireless Card.

There are also two LCD screen sizes at either 14.1- or 15.0-inch XGA TFT resolutions. Memory can be custom configured from 256MB to 1GB Shared DDR, and there are four hard drive options ranging from 20GB to 60GB, providing customers with ample storage capacities to accommodate their needs.

Furthermore, the Dell Inspiron 1150 comes with either an Intel Celeron 2.40GHz or 2.60GHz processor or a Mobile Intel Pentium 4 2.40GHz or 2.66GHz processor. Both processors sets enable users to power through essential computing tasks such as Internet access, e-mail, and personal productivity applications.

The Inspiron 1150 features the Dell Solution Center, an on-line tool with automated self-diagnostics that can help troubleshoot and fix problems. And the user can open and conduct a live e-mail chat with a member of Dell’s service and support staff. The Inspiron 1150 comes standard with a 1-Year Limited Warranty and 1-Year Mail-In Service.

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Technical information for the Inspiron 1150

  • Choice of processors: Intel Celeron at 2.40GHz, 2.60GHz or Mobile Intel Pentium 4 at 2.40GHz, 2.66GHz
  • Choice of Dell Wireless 1350 802.11b/g 54Mbps Mini-PCI Wireless Card or Dell Wireless 1450 Dual Band 802.11a/b/g 54Mbps Mini-PCI Wireless Card
  • Choice of Hard Drives: 20GB, 30GB, 40GB, 60GB
  • Choice of Optical Drives: 8X DVD-ROM, 24X DVD/CD-RW combo drive, 4X DVD+RW/+R
  • Integrated Intel Extreme graphics (up to 64MB memory)
  • 56K-capable v.92 internal modem
  • 256MB – 1GB 266MHz shared DDR
  • 10/100 internal NIC for easy broadband or network access
  • 8-cell Lithium Ion or 12-cell Lithium Ion battery
  • 1 year limited warranty
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