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Music Marketing Inc. announces the brand new Professional M1511, the latest professional laptop in the M series computers made for music producers. Building on the music production prowess of the M6x and M1510 models, the M1511 offers additional resources for the media-producing professional who needs it. The M1511 features 4GB DDR-II Dual-Channel 800 MHz RAM, a SATA 320GB, 7200RPM 16MB cache System Drive and an Intel Core 2 Duo processor 2.53 GHz 6MB cache. This configuration will enable professional music producers to tackle demanding task in and out of the recording studio. In addition to a full compliment of ports, the M1511 offers the highly efficient and very fast e-SATA connection which offers transfer speeds up to 3 GB per second with e-SATA external hard drives. MusicXPC continues the tradition of Digidesign compatibility, established with the original MusicXPC Professional M3 and the Professional M1511 is compatible with virtually all music software and hardware, which is no small achievement. "Finding a laptop for music production is really difficult as more and more manufacturers design machines for internet use on the low end or gaming use on the high end. These machines will not necessarily work with your FireWire interface even using an Express Card. The Professional M1511 solves all these problems and get the focus back on music production" said Ray Williams, President of Music Marketing Inc. The Professional M1511 is shipping now and can be found at authorized MusicXPC dealers in the USA and Canada. The machine retails for $1,999.00 USD Please visit http://www.musicxpc.com/ or http://www.musicmarketing.ca/index.asp.
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