Dell is taking another step in making technology simple to use for home entertainment with a new personal computer aimed at Asia Pacific consumers, the Inspiron 630m notebook.
The Inspiron 630m is Dell's first 14.1-inch wide screen notebook and features Dell MediaDirect technology for quick access to digital photos, music and videos without having to start the operating system.
Multimedia Powerhouse in thin, light body the Inspiron 630m is ideal for customers who want the best mobile entertainment technology from Dell.
The Inspiron 630m weighs from 2.48 kg and fits a full-sized keyboard in a 1.5-inch thin design. The 14.1-inch high-definition wide screen display with optional TrueLife technology offers a vivid viewing experience and the same movie playback size as 15-inch standard-aspect displays.
With the optional nine-cell battery mobile users can also enjoy the benefits of extended battery life for productivity
applications and watching DVD movies.
Dell MediaDirect technology and the Inspiron 630m's five-in-one media card reader enable quick retrieval of digital content. By pressing the Dell MediaDirect button, users can access stored music, photos and movies. From the Dell MediaDirect menu, they can also manage content from devices such as flash memory cards and USB storage keys. The five-in-one media card reader supports five popular card formats commonly used in other devices like digital cameras and handhelds.
Starting at Rs 55,900 for the Inspiron 630m, the product is now available in Asia Pacific. The Inspiron 630m has: Intel Pentium M processors up to 760; 14.1-inch widescreen WXGA or WXGA with TrueLife; Intel GMA 900.