Dell Latitude C400 and Latitude X200: now featuring Wi-Fi in standard configuration
Informing you about changes in configuration of a number of Dell notebooks. The company’s Japanese branch announced that all Latitude C400 and Latitude X200 B5 notebooks will include TrueMobile 1150 Wi-Fi (IEEE 802.11b) module from now on (a Mini-PCI card, near a base station on the photo).
TrueMobile 1150 is an IEEE 802.11b wireless Ethernet solution that provides connectivity with TrueMobile Base Station at up to 11Mbps throughput in 160m radius in the line of sight along with automatic speed chainging between 11, 5.5, 2 or 1 Mbps and 64-bit WEP encryption.
According to Japanese press, now standard Latitude C400 with 1GHz Mobile Pentium III-M (i830M chipset), 128Mb SDRAM, 20Gb HDD, 12.1" XGA LCD display, 24x CD-ROM and Windows XP Professional (SP1) will cost about $1600.
And a standard Latitude X200 with 933MHz ULV Mobile Pentium III-M (i830MG chipset), 128Mb SDRAM, 30Gb HDD, 12.1" XGA LCD display, external 24x CD-ROM and Windows XP Professional (SP1) will cost about $1560.
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