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Monday, 13 August 2007 11:16

Dell set to replace Precision M90

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Notebook Italia says that it has pictures and and specifications for new 17-inch Dell Precision M6300 laptop, which could replace the ageing Precision M90.

Engadget which has translated the site claims that BTO option for up to 8GB of installed RAM available when you include a copy of Vista 64-bit.

The Precision M90 will have Intel Core 2 Duos from 1.8GHz up to 2.4GHz and a top of the range 2.6GHz Intel Core Extreme X7800. There are some options for NVIDIA Quadro FX 1600M, 2600M, or FX 3600M graphics cards.

It will be in the shops by the end of the month.

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