'Roomy 500GB hard drive'
'HDMI port included'
'Sleek slim design.'
'Larger, Higher Resolution Display'
'Multi-gesture enabled touchpad'
'Above average battery life'
'Outperforms most other Intel Atom based netbooks'
'A huge 11 in screen'
'The Dell XPS M1330 ($2,200 direct) is both refreshing and really quite amazing once you factor in both design and performance'
'The materials used are fantastic'
'Two Full Gigabytes Of Memory'
'stormed to 1.10 in our benchmarks – one of the highest notebook scores we've seen'
'perfectly adequate T7500'
'we've been impressed with the emphasis on the user experience in this superthin, high-end laptop from the slot-loading DVD drive to the touch-sensitive media buttons and HDMI-output jack'
'The Dell XPS M1330 more than lives up to expectations, making this one of the most desirable and user-friendly lightweight laptops around'
'The unit feels solid, and the hard drive is shock-mounted on foam railings.'
'modern hyper-mobile business notebook'
'generous 7-inch touch screen'
'good battery life'
'It is small, but offers high performance and a large selection of input and positioning devices.'
'Simply using the included stand so the device stood facing me and then poking links with a stylus (the Asus R2 is a Tablet PC with touch sensitive screen) to navigate about was quite doable.'
'many other light PCs'
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