Dell has announced a new range of mobile workstations for graphical computing based on Intel's latest Pentium M processors and the new 915PM chipset.

The M20 and M70 include Pentium M processors with speeds up to 2.13GHz and 533MHz DDR2 dual-channel memory and feature PCI Express bus architectures.

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The M20 starts at £999 plus VAT and includes ISV certifications and OpenGL graphics with the ATI Mobility FireGL V3100 64MB. Lighter weight than the M70, the M20 starts at 2.21kg.
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The M70 starts at £1.189 plus VAT and includes the NVidia Quadro FX Go1400 256MB OpenGL graphics engine and 15.4-inch wide-aspect displays. The weight of the M70 starts at 3.04 kg.
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Both the M20 and M70 will take up to 2GB of DDR2 533MHz dual channel memory and either 60GB 7,200rpm or 80GB 5,400rpm hard drives. Both come equipped with Windows XP.
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At the same time Dell announced a new range of business notebooks based on Intel

They all feature a 533MHz front-side bus and 2MB of Level 2 cache. The D410 starts at £939 plus VAT and 1.72kgs. The D610 starts at 2.12kg and £817 plus VAT and either the new Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 900 with 128MB shared memory or the ATI Mobility RADEON X300 card with 64MB DDR memory.

The Latitude D810 features a 15.4-inch wide-aspect display and the ATI Mobility RADEON X600 with up to 128MB of dedicated memory. The D810 has a starting weight of 2.94kg's and a starting price of £1,092 plus VAT.