The new Dell Vostro V130 ultraportable business notebook brings us a super slim and light laptop which mobile consumers can make use of while working on-the-go. The machine is therefore dubbed as the first ultra thin notebook to use Intel’s Hyperbaric Cooling thus making it perform at its utmost while keeping it cool by drawing the air into the notebook which is channeled to the CPU and other key components and then allowing the hot air to be expelled from the notebook through the internal fan.
Moreover, the V130 measures in at only 0.65-inch and the design is made from a combination of aluminum for the chassis, zinc hinges, and a magnesium alloy palm rest. As for the specs and features, the laptop PC brings us an Intel Core i3 or i5 ultra low voltage processor choices. There is also an option between Ubuntu Linux and Windows 7 for the operating system. The 13.3-inch at 1366 x 768 pixel resolution Dell Vostro V130 ultraportable business notebook also comes packing with up to 4GB of DDR3 RAM, and up to 500 GB hard disk drive storage capacity. A 2 megapixel webcam, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth, SD card, and multi-card reader are among the other goodies upon purchase. However, there isn’t any detail as to what battery should the user expect as well as how long the battery will last.
The Dell Vostro V130 ultraportable business laptop is already available worldwide and interested consumers can get a laptop not just less in size, but as well as less dollar to pay as the retail price of this business notebook starts at $429. The machine is available in two shades – Lucerne Red and Aberdeen Silver.
We’ve already heard about the Dell Inspiron Duo Hybrid netbook back in September, and if we’re going to believe the news that have been speculating these days, this one of the most unique looking and upcoming gadget could have its release date by next week and that is according to CNET’s sources.
In case you’ve forgotten, we’ll give you a recall of the Dell Inspiron Duo Hybrid netbook’s specs and features. First is that the mini-laptop can actually be converted from a netbook to a tablet-looking gadget. The display can be swiveled into a full 360 degrees boasting a netbook. Once you close the lid, tada! It’s none other than a tablet. Cool, eh?
The actual hardware specs aren’t clear until now, except for the fact that this guy which was shown during the IDF [Intel Developer Forum] 2010 gets a 10-inch display. It is also powered by a dual – core Intel Atom processor, and will run the Windows 7 Premium operating system. Moreover, the company has also boasted some goodies for the mini – laptop including a docking station with stereo speakers.
Details regarding the price have not been disclosed yet, and we have yet to see if the Dell Inspiron Duo Hybrid netbook will really go on sale next week specifically on the 23rd of November. m With the many computing devices hyping up the market, do you wish to have this one on your wish list for the holiday season? Meanwhile, let’s take a look at the promotional video of this netbook wonder below.
Sprint has outed the company’s latest range of mini-laptop PCs that are both 3G and 4G enabled – the Dell Inspiron Mini 10 and Dell Inspiron 11z. Both offers support for high-speed WiMax when coverage is present, and will fall back to the old EVDO Rev.A when it is not present.
Dell Inspiron 11z Notebook
Though Dell has stopped offering this notebook earlier this year, the 11.6-inch mini-laptop is made available again from Sprint. As part of its repackaging, the machine gets an Intel Core i3 processor along with the Windows 7 Home Premium operating system. Other specs and features aren’t confirmed yet, but rumors say it will pack a 2GB of RAM, 250 GB hard disk drive, and a 6-cell battery.
Dell Inspiron Mini 10 Netbook
Along with the Inspiron 11z is the Dell Inspiron Mini 10 netbook which comes packing with specs and features including a 10-inch display together with a 1.66 GHz Intel Atom N450 CPU, 1 GB of fast RAM, 250 GB hard disk drive, and a Broadcom Crystal HD video accelerator which allows users to play 1080p movies. It will run Windows 7 Starter Edition platform.
Orders for the new models will be available in the coming weeks with the Mini 10 being slated to be free after a $100 rebate and a two-year contract. As for the Inspiron 11z, buyers can have it at a price of $150 with a contact and rebate.
Dell’s Latest Ultraportable laptop, – the Dell Inspiron M101Z. Recently released in UK. This notebook has elegant design. And very light, it only weighs under 4 pounds and the same size as the Dell Inspiron 11z.
Dell Inspiron M101Z specs: It has 11.6-inch TrueLife HD glossy display w/ 1366×768 resolution, powered by either single core AMD Athlon II or Athlon II Neo K325 mobile CPU, Integrated ATi graphics, 4GB DDR3 memory, with up to 320 GB of hard drive, also features 1.3 Megapixel Webcam and come preinstalled with Skype.
Connectivity includes: Bluetooth 3.0, three USB ports, 10/100 Ethernet, Wi-Fi (b/g/n), VGA and HDMI Port, 7-in-1 card reader, SIM card slot, microphone and integrated with 2 stereo speakers.
The Dell Inspiron M101Z comes with a standard 6-cell battery that can last up to 6.5 hours of use. There are 4 colors to choose from: black, red, blue, and pink. The ultraportable notebook is now available at Dell UK with price starting from $499.
Are you on a tight budget but yearning to buy a new netbook? Well, if it’s the price that you’re worrying about then try to check out Dell’s Inspiron computer line-up. The Dell Inspiron 14R, 15R, and 17R, apart from their affordable prices, offer a number of heap features and stylish designs arriving exactly in time for the back to school season. Read on for more info of the Dell Inspiron R series laptops.
The Dell Inspiron R series laptops are available in 14”, 15”, and 17” screens. Each laptop from the series comes in a new shiny metallic lid design. The laptops will be available in finishes including – Peacock Blue, Mars Black, Tomato Red, and Lotus Pink.
Specs of the Dell Inspiron 14R, 15R, and 17R Laptops
- Options between Intel Core i3 and i5 processor options
- Microsoft Windows 7 operating system
- 14-, 15-, and 17- inch screens with HD resolution
- DDR3 RAM of up to 8GB
- Storage onboard of up to 640GB
- Optional 1GB ATI Radeon graphics cards
- Optional Intel Wireless Display
- SRS Premium Sound
- 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth
- Multi-card slot
- Built-in Webcam
As part of the features, PC users especially students can opt for a pre-installed Microsoft Office 2010. The Dell Inspiron 14R, 15R, and 17R laptops also feature Touchpad with integrated scrolling and gestures, dedicated ten-key number pad for game addicts, DataSafeOnline backup and recovery tools, DataSafeLocal, and Dell Dock for your music, photos, and videos.
Release date for Dell’s Inspiron R series; 14R, 15R, and 17R laptops are getting will be on June 25th. The price for these notebooks start at $499.
Dell added new laptops to their Latitude E-series family, called the E6410 and E6510. These notebooks are very powerful and designed specifically for business professionals. The Dell Latitude E6410 and E6510 laptops come with the latest Intel processors, offering Core i5 or Core i7 processors.
Both of the laptops have the same specs, the only difference is the screen sizes. With the E6410 having a standard 14-inch display and E6510 having a larger 15.6-inch screen display. Either way, laptops come with a 2.4GHz Intel Core i5-520M processor, optional discrete graphics from NVIDIA, 1GB of memory RAM, 160GB hard drives, DVD optical drive, 3.0 megapixel webcam, microphone, Bluetooth, Gigabit Ethernet, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/g/n, 6-in-1 card reader, 6-cell battery and Windows Vista Home Basic.
If you select to step up, The E6410 model can be upgraded to Intel Core i7-620M 2.66GHz processor while the E6510 can be upgraded to either dual core (Core i5-540M, Core i7-620M) or quad core (Core i7-720QM, and Core i7-820QM). E6410 and E6510 can also be upgraded to 8GB of memory RAM, 500GB of hard drive or 250GB Solid State Drive, Windows 7, a higher resolution display, and 4-, 6-, and 9-cell battery options.
Now available in US. Prices start with $1,129 for E6410 and $1,164 for E6510.
New notebook from DELL – the Latitude 13 Notebook looks much similar to Vostro 13 has been added to their Latitude range. This laptop just like Vostro 13 comes with unusually slim and thin design and is dressed up for business type. Dell claims Latitude 13 to be the ‘world’s thinnest 13″ commercial client laptop’. Dell’s Latitude 13 features a 13-inch screen, 802.11b/g/n WiFi, WWAN and also external blue-ray drive. It also comes with pre-installed business centric software.
Not sure though about other specs, but it is expected that Dell Latitude 13 will feature similar as that of Vostro V13’s specs, featuring ULV processor, 4 Gigabyte RAM, webcam and 6-cell battery. Dell Latitude 13 is expected to be out in a couple of weeks, price is also expected similar to Vostro V13 at $450 price tag.
Latitude Z600 is Dell’s new Ultra Thin 16 inch laptop aimed at business users. Dell’s Latitude z600 packs a 1.4 Gigahertz Core 2 Duo SU9400. This Ultra thin laptop only measures from 0.57 to 0.79 inches thick and weighs only about 4.5 pounds with 4 cell battery.
One of good feature about latitude z600 is the inductive charging which lets you charge the laptop without the use of any wires. It also have Latitude On which can give you an instant boot OS, that means you can get online faster. Dell Latitude z600 also has face recognition that automatically lock itself as soon as it detect that you leave the laptop.
Dell Latitude Z600 quick specs
16″ display screen @ 1600×900 pixels
Intel Core 2 Duo 1.4GHz
64 Gigabyte Solid State Drive
2 Gigabyte Memory
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
2 Megapixel Cam
The 4 cell battery can power the laptop up to 12 hours in normal work mode.
Available now with prices starting at $1,999.
Dell released its XPS M1710 gaming laptop. XPS M1710 sports an 2.16 Ghz Intel Core Duo Processor and also has the the latest nVidia Go 7900 GTX graphics card with 512MB of memory. It has a 17″ widescreen and comes in a choice of two colors, “formula red” or “metallic black”. The M1710 delivered a respectable 3 hours of battery life
Dell XPS M1710 Specifications :
- Dell XPS M1710 (Red color lid)
- Intel Core Duo T2600 (2.16 GHz)
- 2GB @ 667MHz – 2 DIMM Slots (2 x 1GB)
- 100GB capacity at a speed of 7200 RPM
- NVIDIA GeForce Go 7900 GTX with 512MB DDR memory
- WUXGA Truelife (1920 x 1200)
- 8x CD/DVD burner (DVD+/-RW/+R) with Dual-Layer
- 9-cell lithium ion recharegable battery
- 5-in-1 Memory Card Reader, DVI-D, VGA video output, S-Video, IEEE 1394 (Firewire), 6 USB 2.0, Express Card slot, Modem, Ethernet/LAN, Microphone in, Headphone out
- Integrated Subwoofer
The downside to the entire package is the price. The base $3,400 is not for the faint of heart, and premium configurations will strain almost any budget. A big payoff is guaranteed, however, especially for gamers who want the best balance of performance and portability. There’s little to compete with this powerhouse.
Dell has just revealed the Dell Vostro A90 which is simply an 8.9-inch repainted model of the Mini 9 and dress up for business types.
There’s really nothing new with Vostro A90 notetbook. It still sports the usual netbook specs – Atom N270 CPU, 160GB HDD, 1GB of RAM, 16GB SSD, Intel GMA950 graphics, 802.11g, 0.3 megapixel webcam, 4-cell battery
Vostro A90 is available in two models: a $349 version with 512MB of RAM and a 8GBSSD and a $424 version with double the RAM and double the hard drive. Each comes with a nine-inch LCD, 1.6GHz Atom CPU, XP Home, a four-cell battery, and a 0.3-megapixel webcam.
Unlike the Mini 9, which is available in various colors, Dell Vostro A90 comes in black only