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If you want to pick up a Dell Inspiron 11z laptop in the US, here’s the configuration you’ll get for your $449: 11.6 inch, 1366 x 768 pixel, 1.2GHz Intel Celeron 723 CULV processor, 2GB of RAM a 250GB hard drive, and a 3 cell, 28Whr battery. It comes with Windows Vista Home Premium and a free upgrade offer for Windows 7. There are pretty much zero customization options.
In France, it’s a different story. There you can pick up the Inspiron Mini 11z with the following options:
- CPU: 1.3GHz Intel Celeron ULV 743 single core / 1.3GHz Intel Pentium ULV SU4100 dual core
- RAM: 2GB / 4GB
- HDD: 160GB / 250GB / 320GB / 500GB (all 5400rpm)
- Battery: 3 cell, 28Whr / 6 cell, 56Whr
- WiFi: Dell Wireless 1397 (802.11b/g) / Dell Wireless 1510 (802.11n)
- Bluetooth: Optional
- OS: Windows Vista Basic / Windows Vista Home Premium
- Colors: black / white / red / green / blue / pink / purple
You’re still stuck with only one display option, an 11.6 inch, 1366 x 768 pixel screen. The base model runs 379 Euros, or about $556 US. But if you play with the configuration options it’s not hard to jack the price up to over a thousand Euros or closer to $1500 US.
No word on if or when we’ll start to see these options show up on Inspiron Mini 11z models in the US.
Dutch website shows the 11z since today.
Base price: 379 euro
Color option (black = default): 49 euro
SU4100 Dual Core ULV: 140 euro
4 GB instead of 2 GB: 222 euro (phew, that’s ginormously expensive!!!)
250 GB: 30 euro
320 GB: 65 euro
500 GB: 115 euro
6-cell battery: 45 euro
802.11n adapter instead of b/g: 20 euro
Bluetooth: 35 euro
Mobile Broadband: Dell wireless 5530 is default configuration
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