DELL DELIVERS NEW PCs THAT KEEP PACE WITH TODAY'S MULTI-TASKING MAVENS
Dell PCs with AMD's VISION Technology allow people to choose the technology they need to suit their lifestyle
Sydney, Australia, May 14, 2010 - Dell today unveiled new PCs designed for energetic multi-taskers who demand their technology keeps pace with their up-tempo lives. Featuring AMD's VISION Technology, these PCs deliver a seamless intersection of social networking, entertainment and multimedia creation.
"These new Dell PCs with AMD Vision technology are feature-packed, yet budget-friendly. They're perfect for listening to music, streaming video and gaming, while connecting with friends and family via social networking sites and blogs," said Glen Robson, vice president, Dell consumer product marketing. "The Studio XPS 7100 desktop, in particular, delivers a nimble, clear, dependable experience for multitasking entertainment activities and multimedia creation."
New Products with VISION Technology
Announced today, the Dell Studio XPS 7100 is one of the first desktops available to support the powerful AMD Phenom II X6 six-core processor with AMD Turbo Core technology, as well as available quad-core Athlon II processors, for incredibly fast HD media creation, advanced multimedia capabilities, multi-tasking and immersive 3D gaming experiences. With six-core processor power, the Studio XPS 7100 offers exceptional multitasking performance and features a cutting edge, tilt-back design in premium Carbide Silver color. Other key features include:
Oversized 460-watt power supply to support future expansion and hardware upgrades including AMD 125W class CPUs and 225W class graphics.
Up to 16GB of fast DDR3* dual-channel memory;
Up to 4TB* (terabytes) of hard drive storage;
Premium integrated ports include, eSATA, Optical SPDIF and HDMI for more digital connections; and,
Integrated 19-in-one media card reader and SATA 6GB for higher speed disk transfer of HD media;
The Dell Studio XPS 7100 is available from AU$999 at Dell.com.au.
Dell also announced region-specific systems with VISION Technology from AMD. The Dell Inspiron M301z, a stylish, lightweight (less than 4 pounds/1.8 Kg*) and thin (less than 1-inch) laptop with dazzling 13.3-inch widescreen display, will be available in the coming weeks in Europe, Japan and China. For outstanding performance, the Inspiron M301z is available with up to an AMD Turion II Neo K625 II low-voltage processor that offers great battery life for on-the-go entertainment.
The Inspiron M301z sports a sleek, svelte, curvy design that makes it easy to bring entertainment and other projects on the go. Gorgeous and nimble doesn't mean it compromises performance though, with powerful integrated ATi Mobility Radeon HD 4200 graphics, roomy hard drives up to 640GB*, a maximum 8GB of memory* and a great software package. With a built-in HDMI port carrying both high-definition video and audio in a single cable, the M301z can be easily connected to a large screen TV or computer monitor for an even better media playback experience.
The Dell Inspiron M301z is available now from AU$799 at Dell.com.au.
The new Dell Inspiron M501R, available from May 21 in Australia, brings quad-core performance to the popular Inspiron lineup. It features an available AMD Phenom II Quad-Core processor with integrated ATi Mobility Radeon graphics or optional ATi Mobility Radeon discrete graphics for an even better visual experience. In addition to these powerful CPU and graphics options, the M501R has a 15.6-inch high-definition widescreen display and is available with up to 8GB memory* and 640GB hard drive storage.
Dell designed the mid-size Inspiron M501R to be stylish wherever it goes with sleek new contours, curved edges, chrome accents and brushed metal-like finishes on LCD backs. It's easy to use, too, with great software, smudge-resistant palmrest, a full-size keyboard with adjacent 10-key numeric keypad and stiff chassis for exceptional reliability and durability.
The Dell Inspiron M501R is available from May 21 from Dell.com.au.
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