Giving you more Latitude for manoeuvres

By | August 13, 2003

If you’re looking to do more but carry less, Dell’s latest sub-1.5kg ultra-slim business notebook – the Latitude X300 – might just fit your requirement.
Armed with an Intel Pentium M processor with Centrino Mobile Technology, the Latitude X 300 has enough power to handle most business productivity applications without burdening you with unnecessary weight. This mean little machine can even be used as a desktop replacement with the optional MediaBase docking station. The only compromise you’ll have is the rather small 12.1-inch display.

Connectivity options are available in the form of an external modular bay (D/Bay) that connects optical and storage devices to the notebook via a powered USB 2.0 port.

Apart from two integrated USB 2.0 and one FireWire ports, you can transfer large files on secure digital cards using the built-in secure digital media slot.

A basic configuration of the Latitude X300 includes a Pentium M 1.2GHz processor, 20GB hard drive, 128MB shared DDR system memory, 24X CD-ROM drive, Windows XP Professional and three-year warranty.

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