Dell updates Vostro 3000 laptops too

After the update of its Inspiron R series notebooks, Dell now is refreshing and its business oriented 13-, 14-, 15-, and 17.3-inch Vostro 3000 series laptops with, as you may guest already, the fresh 2gnen Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 processors. The machines feature a touch aluminum finish, have a chiclet keyboard, also gets SRS Pro sound and HD webcams.

Other than that they can be configured with up to 8GB of RAM, switchable graphics, HDD and SSD storage options, six- or nine cell batteries for up to 12 hours battery life, have finger-print readers, USB 3.0 ports, Bluetooth 3.0, and come pre-installed with Skype and the SRS Premium Voice Pro software.

Dell Vostro 3350 and 3550

The laptops will become available from March 22 with choice of three colors – Aberdeen Silver, Lucerne Red and Brisbane Bronze with prices:

  • 13-inch 3350 starts at $599
  • 14-inch 3450 starts at $499
  • 15-inch 3550 starts at $499
  • 17-inch 3750 starts at $549

Source: Dell

Related posts

Razer presents Orochi 2016 gaming mouse

Razer presents Orochi 2016 gaming mouse

The popular maker of gaming peripherals Razer has announced the new Orochi 2016 gaming mouse, which comes to replace earlier Orochi models. The new gaming mouse is completely redesigned and comes with the latest technologies in regards to batteries and laser sensors. "With the recent advances...

Microsoft extends some Windows XP support

The longest-lived Microsoft operating system – Windows XP – has quite surprisingly received some fresh air with Microsoft announcing it will keep on providing updates to Microsoft security products intended to run under Windows XP. Previously the US software giant planned to end all Windows...

Intel presents DC S3510 solid-state drives

Intel presents DC S3510 solid-state drives

Intel has officially presented its latest solid-state drive (SSD) line called SSD DC S3510. The line includes seven models with capacities of 80 GB, 120 GB, 240 GB, 480 GB, 800 GB, 1.2 TB and 1.6 TB. The new SSD DC S3510 line features an unnamed Intel memory controller and uses 16 nm MLC NAND...

Leave a comment