Dell’s latest laptop sports a thin profile. The Vostro 130 notebook seems to have the looks, but does it have the features to carry out that look? Let’s check it out. Let’s see whether the laptop priced at $429, targeted for small to medium-size businesses (SMBs), is really worth it.
The Dell Vostro V130 is equipped with a range of connectivity options, despite the fact that it comes in a really thin package measuring at 0.65″ in the front to 0.78″ in the rear. Weighting in at 3.5 pounds, the Vostro V130 is available in the colors, Lucerne Red and Aberdeen Silver. It runs on Windows 7 and is powered by the new Intel Core ULV processor (Core i3 and Core i5).
Dell’s Vostro comes with Hyperbaric Cooling, which is an Intel Advanced Cooling Technology that helps the laptop maintain a dignified silence. It features an HDMI port for connection to a High Definition (HD) TV or projector, two USB 2.0 ports, shared USB/eSATA port and VGA. With a 13.3-inch High Definition 1366×768 WLED display, the Dell Vostro V130 is available now in stores.