The relevant bits are:
- 14″ widescreen. (It runs at 1280x768, which took a little trickery to get running.)
- 1.6 GHz Pentium M, Centrino chipset, 512MB RAM, 80GB hard drive.
- DVD±RW drive
- Integrated wireless, blah blah blah.
It's a pretty nice machine, although there are a few annoyances—it's too easy to accidentally right-click with the base of my palm while typing; the battery life isn't great (unlike my mother's laptop, which is from the same company); and the usual laptop gripes, like lack of a numeric keypad. Still, it's certainly nice to have, and I think I'll like using it.