Dell intros Vostro 1014, 1015 and 1088

laptop-vostro-1014Dell announce the latest additions to the Vostro 14.1 and 15.6 inch  business notebooks family. The only difference between Vostro 1014 and 1015 is the  screen size 14.1-inch WLED LCD and 15.6 inches diagonal for other.

Both notebooks have have Intel Core 2 processors, up to 4GB DDR2 Ram, Intel 45 Express chipset, Mobile Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator X4500MHD, 5400RPM up to 320GB HDDs, DVD/RW Optical Drives, 5-in-1 card reader and 4-cell or 6-cell Lithium Ion battery.

Vostro 14 and 15 inch notebooks

The 1088  has a also 14.1-inch and the difference between other brothers seems to be the better graphic card – ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4330.

Vostro 14 and 15 inch notebooks

Some of these laptops are already offered in parts of Europe (starting at £255) and will be available in Asia Pacific and Japan starting today. Over the next several months, these laptops will be available to customers in Latin America, United States and Canada.

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