The Precision M6500 currently ships with a quad-core i7 for $US2750, but starting late February you'll be able to configure it to include a Core i5 or i7, a USB 3.0 port, a 3.2-megapixel webcam and a 64GB SSD mini card. The options will be apparently be available starting later this month, although the minor issue of price has yet to be determined. Oh, wait! That's a major issue. But if the Notebook Italia report is correct, we should know that soon enough. [Notebook Italia via Electronista]
Dell Precision M6500 Hops On USB 3.0 And Core i5/i7 Trains
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