Sunday, October 4, 2009

Get Slimed with Dell's Mini Nickelodeon Laptop

Dell's latest Mini-laptop is definitely family-friendly. The new version of the Inspiron works like any other Dell laptop, but it certainly doesn't look the same. A green splash of paint resembling Nickelodeon's trademark "slime" covers part of the laptop's outside cover and inside palm rest. The laptop also provides interactive Nickelodeon creative content. In addition, it features mobile connectivity, an optional external DVD drive to watch or burn CDs, and a 10.1 inch display.

Specs include:

  • Processors: Intel® AtomTM N270 (1.6GHz/533Mhz FSB/512K L2Cache) & Intel® AtomTM N280 (1.66GHz/667Mhz FSB/512K L2Cache)

  • Operating System: Windows XP Home Edition SP3

  • Memory: 1 GB, DDR2, 533MHZ

  • Chipset: Integrated Intel® 945GSE UMA Graphics Media Accelerator

  • Graphics: Integrated Intel® 945GSE UMA Graphics Media Accelerator

  • LCD Display: Glossy 10.1 inch display (1024x600) WSVGA

  • Audio & Speakers: Main Speakers (quantity) : 2 x 1.0W and Microphone – Integrated single analog

  • Hard Drives: 160GB77 SATA HDD 2.5 inch 5400RPM

  • Optical Drives: External only

  • Camera: 1.3MP Webcam

  • Wireless: Wi-Fi: Dell 1397 WLAN 802.11g - Half mini-card and Dell 1510 WLAN 802.11g /n Mini Card; Bluetooth: Bluetooth® Internal (2.1+EDR) mini-card

  • Ports, Slots & Chassis: Externally Accessible: Kensington lock, AC Power-in, 3-in-1 Card Reader (SD/MMC/MS), Integrated network connector 10/100 LAN (RJ45), VGA connector, (2) USB and (1) Power USB, Audio jacks (1 line-out, 1 Mic-in); and Dimensions and Weight: Height 26.8 – 28.3 mm (front – back), 1.06 – 1.11 inches (front – back), Width: 261mm, 10.26 inches, Depth: 182mm, 7.19 inches, Starting weight: 2.5 lbs8 with 3 Cell battery

The Nickelodeon Dell Inspiron Mini Laptop can be yours for $329.

1 comment:

Dell Laptop Lcd Screens said...

Dell's Nickelodeon Laptop is a beautiful addition to their arsenal of cost efficient machines. With the growing necessity for children to become accustomed to using computers excessively, it was only a matter of time until someone released a laptop directed toward young children. This will promote the switch from common paper notebooks and will improve children's typing skills. I think as long as it is within a reasonable price range and it can compete with the outrageously low cost of Toshiba and HP laptops, than it should do surprisingly well after its release.