Dell intros Vostro V130 business laptop

Dell’s Vostro family gets a new business-class member which feature Intel’s Advanced Hyperbaric Cooling technology, to help it stay quiet and cool.

The V130 has only sturdy 0.78-inch thick aluminum chassis and reinforced with zinc hinges, plus a magnesium alloy palm rest. It is equipped with 13.3-inch WLED display, Intel Core Core i3/ i5ULV processors, up to 4GB DDR3 RAM, Up to 500GB storage, Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11n WiFi, optional WiMAX and Bluetooth 3.0.

Dell Vostro 130

Furthermore, the slim laptop include full-sized keyboard, 2.0 Mega pixel webcam, 5-in-1 card reader two USB 2.0 ports, shared USB/eSATA port, VGA and HDMI port. The notebook also comes equipped with the latest Trend Micro Worry-Free Business Security Services to protect your system from viruses and virtual threats, as well as CompuTrace anti-theft.

The Vostro V130 runs Windows Windows 7, packs 6-cell Lithium Ion sealed battery (30WHr) and is available today worldwide, starting at $429.

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