Seems likely it is about to happen "soon", since it is possible that dell stopped the production of m18s... pure speculation, once more.
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2/20/05 at 10:26am
Originally Posted by SpaldingEx
Has anyone even checked the dell germany site? If you would have looked its easy to notice that the inspiron notebooks don't have an xps.. so maybe they are only offering the 9300 in germany because there is no xps line to speak of. Just a thought.
Originally Posted by Rayt
Hi! Does anyone have any insight as to the screen options available on the XPS 2 (WXGA, WUXGA, etc. and glossy/nonglossy)?
Originally Posted by bloke
Only a few more days until the 24th. I just came across this Japanese article about the Geforce Go 6600 announcement and one of Nvidia's slides refers to the Geforce Go 6800 Ultra being used in a new notebook model to be announced on Feb. 24th (by an unnamed "top secret" company):
NVIDIA GeForce Go 6600 announcment (in Japanese)
Screenshot of the "secret" laptop scoring 12,169 in 3DMark03:
There's no definite link to Dell, but the exact date of Feb. 24th seems to support that date for something to be announced.
|Furthermore, manufacturer name was not revealed, but it became clear for the note PC which loads the " GeForce Go 6800 Ultra " on the 24th to be announced. According to the bachelor person, you say the result of the 3dmark03 of the same GPU on-board machine exceeds 12,000, " " shows the speed which exceeds 98% desktop PC " of the world ".|
Originally Posted by DaddyOf2Girls
So the 6800 ultra does infact exist and has 16 pipes.
The plot thickens.
But check out the jet engine fan they have on there, how is Dell going to get that into a Notebook.
Originally Posted by dellbert
The 6800 ultra has been out for a while. It's the *go6800* ultra that is new. But from the Japanese 3dmark03 score, it seems like performance will be comparable between the two. Of course, it'll still be interesting to find out how hot this thing runs.
Originally Posted by niick
Dell canada is showing good things,
...lighter than the xps gen1
...better battery life.