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Dell launches two XPS notebooks for gaming in India news
12 May 2008

Bangalore: Dell has launched its Dell XPS M1730 notebook, dubbed ''the beast'' for gamers.

Dell says the XPS M1730 is the world's first notebook to incorporate AGEIA PhysX Mobile Technology, and Logitech's GamePanel LCD. The PhysX processor helps deliver realistic movement and environmental interaction at incredible speeds without affecting the overall performance. The GamePanel LCD allows gamers to view game stats, create new macros and Dell XPS M1730 notebooktrack important system information without leaving the game.

The XPS M1730 delivers incredible mobile gaming performance, supporting over-clocking of IntelCore2 Extreme processor X9000 to Bin +2 (up to 3.2GHz), and featuring NVIDIA SLI technology with support for DirectX 10 graphics.

It is claimed to be the only notebook to feature the AGEIA PhysX 100M processor.

Designed specifically for the gaming community and dubbed ''the beast'' by the Dell development team, the new notebook features an aggressive, brawny design that can be personalized with three colour accent choices -  Crimson Red, Sapphire Blue, and Smoke Grey. 

Dell has engineered the XPS M1730 chassis to handle the thermal and power requirements of the most powerful next-generation graphics technology.

Other features include a backlit keyboard with separate 10-key number pad, a high-definition display with a lightning fast response time of seven milliseconds and support for Dell's LightFX application, allowing users and developers to manipulate the system's multi-colored perimeter lighting LEDs.

For fans of online gaming, the XPS M1730 is Dell's ''most connected'' gaming notebook available, featuring Wi-Fi technology choices topped out by the optional Wireless-N standard. Systems also include a built-in Web camera and digital array microphone for gamers to clearly see and flame the competition.

''Dell is committed to the creation of PCs that will take hard-core gamers to new frontiers,'' said Girish Mehta, director of consumer marketing at Dell India.

''The XPS M1730 engineering team worked with developers on leading titles such as such as The Orange Box from Valve's Half Life 2 and 2K Games' BioShock to help ensure this notebook can deliver the full-throttle power required for the most anticipated PC games.''

''The seamless integration of PhysX into this innovative new product clearly raises the bar in mobile PC gaming,'' said Manju Hegde, CEO of AGEIA.  ''Exciting new PhysX-powered games such as Tom Clancy's GRAW2 from Ubisoft, NetDevil's Warmonger and Midway and Epic Games' upcoming Unreal Tournament 3 are a perfect match for the XPS 1730.''

The starting price of XPS M1730 is Rs1,00,800 inclusive of tax and delivery.

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