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Leaks show Dell Inspiron 1525, Vostro 1200 notebooks

updated 03:40 pm EST, Tue December 4, 2007

Inspiron and Vostro Leaks

Dell is about to update its budget notebook lines to capitalize on end-of-year sales, a pair of leaks from Les Delliens. The Intel-based Inspiron 1525 and its AMD equivalent, the 1526, are expected to provide minor speed upgrades to the current 1520 and 1521 models. Both 15.4-inch systems will be close in spirit to the existing design but are likely to reflect the introduction of new processors and storage options since the original release. HDMI output will still be an option for at least dedicated video chipsets.

More significant may be the Vostro 1200, the French site says. The system will be a significant update to the AMD-based 12-inch system targeted at entry-level small business users. Its specifications are unknown but should include faster processors and a newer architecture underneath.

The Inspirons are expected to launch worldwide on December 14th, while the Vostro 1200 appears on the 18th. Prices should remain largely similar to today's systems.

Inspiron 1525/1526



Vostro 1200



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  1. Tins

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    Joined: Feb 2007

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    WOW!!!

    OMG!!! Look, it's a laptop! And it has the name DELL on it!!! Look there is a screen, a keyboard, and oh, do my eyes deceive me, NO, IT IS, IT'S A TRACKPAD!!!!!! What will they think of next!?!?!?!?!?!!?

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