Dell launches Vostro V13 business notebook

A slim and light Dell notebook for business users

Dell has announced its latest laptop for business users, the Vostro V13. It follows the trend of slim, light and inexpensive laptops that we've seen over the last couple of months from the likes of HP and Toshiba, but it's definitely not a run-of-the-mill product. It looks good, feels sturdy, and is quite fast. It unintentionally borrows the shape of the Dell Adamo. Aluminium has been used to construct the base and the lid (the palm rest is still plastic), and you get a full-sized keyboard and a 13.3in screen. For a starting price of $999, you get an Intel Core 2 Solo SU3500 CPU, 2GB of DDR3 RAM, integrated Intel 4-series graphics, Windows 7 Pro, a 320GB, 7200rpm hard drive and a 1-year, next-business-day, on-site warranty.

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