Dell Announced The Long-Battery Life Inspiron M101z

Dell-Inspiron-M101zA stylish and ultra-portable laptop entitled the Inspiron M101z was announced today by Dell. It combines perfect size, weight and performance into one stylish laptop that is easy-to-use and perfect for the mobile population of “today”.

Despite its small sizes and weight, the Inspiron M101z can offer amazing performance, perfect for everyday tasks and playback of High-Definition videos and movies.

The Dell Inspiron M101z laptop features a full-width keyboard that helps simplify typing, while the display is placed closer with a clever hinge-forward design, to keep the body rigid and help enhance durability. The laptop has a stylish design with smooth curves, available in four vibrant colors, providing consumers the ability to choose their own personal style PC.

The Dell Inspiron M101z is equipped with an AMD Athlon II Neo Mobile Processor, an integrated ATI graphics card, and a six cell rechargeable battery that can provide up to six hours and thirty six minutes of battery life.

“Finally, people can get premium looks, a big display, a full-width keyboard, long battery life and a powerful processor in a laptop no bigger than many netbooks,” said Brian Pitstick, director and general manager, ultra mobile products. “The Inspiron M101z is an affordable, on-the-go companion that can be easily customized to handle individual needs from simple e-mailing and Web surfing to HD video playback and editing or watching a favorite TV program.”

The Dell Inspiron M101z is available for purchase at dell.com with the prices starting at $449, equipped with a one-year limited warranty.

Specifications and Features:

  • Speedy AMD Athlon II Neo single and dual core mobile processor options with integrated ATi graphics
  • Dazzling 11.6-inch TrueLife HD glossy WLED display (1366×768)
  • Full-width ergonomic keyboard with raised individual keypads
  • Up to 4GB4* of fast DDR3 memory at 800MHz
  • Up to 320GB5 SATA hard drive that can store 142 hours5* of DVD-quality video, 38 hours5 of HD video or up to 80,0005 MP3 songs
  • Built-in 1.3 megapixel Webcam, SRS Premium Sound with two 1.5W speakers, three USB 2.0 connections, one with USB PowerShare, HDMI port, VGA port and 7-in-1 media card reader
  • Integrated 10/100 Ethernet and Wi-Fi (b/g/n) with Bluetooth 3.0 wireless standard, and optional built in mobile broadband expected to be available later this fall
  • Selection of colors and finishes including Clear Black, Peacock Blue and Tomato Red with Jax pattern, and Promise Pink with DigiPais pattern and matching design on palmrest
  • Standard 6-cell battery with 9-cell battery option expected to be available later this fall
  • Choice of operating systems, up to Windows® 7 Home Premium
  • Clean user interface with Dell Dock and pre-installed applications including Syncables Desktop, Skype, Cozi Family Organizer and Microsoft Office 2010 Starter6*
  • Available external DVD/RW drive and portable USB speakers options

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