It's rather nice looking for a Dell design tough and it packs quite a lot of features. It will come with a choice of Core 2 Duo processors up to 2.2GHz, all but one at 800MHz bus, up to 4GB of DDR2 667MHz memory, a choice of integrated Intel GMA X3100 graphics or a GeForce Go 8400M with 128MB of GDDR3.
The screen has a native resolution of 1,280x800 and it's available with LED backlight as an option. Oddly enough, if you chose this option, the integrated web camera gets downgraded from a 2Mega pixel version to a 0.3Mega pixel one.
It has a built in slot loaded DVD writer and you have the option of fitting it with up to 200GB of traditional hard drive technology or a 32GB SSD drive, if you can afford the US$600 premium. It also has 2 USB ports, a FireWire connector, built in 10/100Mbit Ethernet, a D-Sub and HDMI connector, an ExpressCard 54 slot, a removable 8 in 1 memory card reader and finally a mic and headphone jack.
The XPS M1330 starts at US$1,299, but it will get very expensive from there on up. You can find out more here