Dell Releases Prescott-Based Laptop

From Dell’s press release:

Designed to provide maximum performance and a rich visual experience, the Dell Inspiron 100 notebook is a powerful multimedia computer that can replace your desktop multimedia system. Because of a powerful Intel Pentium 4 processor with Hyper-Threading technology and the dazzling high-performance and power-management features of an ATI Mobility Radeon 9700 graphics card, this new notebook utilizes desktop processor technology for running digital entertainment software such as music, movies, photos, digital editing and power-gaming applications. The Inspiron 9100 uses a 15.4-inch Wide Aspect UltraSharp  LCD to render stunning images that are a pleasure to view on the widescreen display, and it comes with options for WXGA, WSXGA+ or WUXGA resolution.

Tons of Features and Options

The versatile Inspiron 9100 notebook provides a variety of configuration options to satisfy the most avid gamer or digital media enthusiast. Choose from a wide array of media bay options and multimedia features to design a system that’s just right for your entertainment needs. System features and options include:

  • 2.8, 3.0, 3.2 or 3.4 GHz Intel Pentium 4 processor
  • 400 MHz memory architecture supporting up to 2 GB of DDR memory
  • 64 MB or 128 MB ATI Mobility Radeon 9700 graphics card
  • Integrated DVI, IEEE1394 and S-Video ports for connecting your multimedia devices
  • Four USB 2.0 ports to support your peripheral devices
  • Dell Media Experience software to make multimedia content simple to use
  • 12-cell “smart” lithium ion battery for high capacity and operation on the go
  • Integrated Subwoofer for high-quality audio reproduction
  • Integrated dual-band 802.11 antennas with Mini-PCI card option for WiFi  support
  • 56K modem and 10/100 Ethernet NIC for connection virtually anywhere you go
  • Hard drive options including 40 GB, 60 GB (5400 or 7200 rpm) or 80 GB capacities
  • Media device options including DVD/CD-RW combo, DVD+RW2, HDD or FDD

The stylish 9100 system is not only a joy to use…it’s also a pleasure to look at with its attractive Moonlight Silver and Venice Blue color scheme. Choose from five optional QuickSnap customer color kits to add pizzazz to your notebook and make it stand out from the crowd.

Optimized for Multimedia Performance

Finally there’s a multimedia notebook that rivals desktop systems for performance and power. The Inspiron 9100 notebook provides everything you need for a high-quality multimedia or gaming experience. Let us custom-configure the system that meets your needs. It’s easy as Dell.

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