Dell’s Zino HD compact computer was a cute little device but it didn’t offer to much in terms of power. That being said, recently leaked documents seem to hint that Dell might be bumping up the specs of this device to include an AMD RS880M chipset that is capable of supporting AMD’s Phenom II quad-core processors. Aside from that, the support documents also indicate that it might include a Mobility Radeon 5450 graphics chip during launch, along with support for up to 8GB of DDR3 RAM, 802.11n Wi-Fi, and Blu-ray drive options. There still hasn’t been any official confirmation of such upgrades from Dell just yet, but hopefully these options will make it stateside.
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