Dell has responded to criticism of its stylish but disappointing Vostro V130 ultraportable business notebook by improving the battery in this Sandy Bridge update. However, it's still pricey for what you get.
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The Vostro V131 is similar to last year's V130 ultraportable but offers much better battery life, Dell has promised
Having vanquished its Dell Adamo competitor, Apple's MacBook Air ultraportable laptop will get a performance boost in June, according to our sister site CNET.After using Intel's Core 2 Duo processors since its launch, the svelte notebook will be updated to the latest Sandy Bridge CPUs, which should allow the MacBook Air to run faster and eek out even more battery life.
Our sister site CNET is reporting that Dell is killing off its Adamo ultraportable laptop, a few weeks after it dropped prices on the MacBook Air rival.Ultraportable notebooks have taken it on the chin lately -- or at least PC versions.
When I did a round-up of Dell's new consumer products, the Vostro V130 laptop was missing because it was a business laptop and I was under a non-disclosure agreement, which lifted today. I'm not sure why secrecy was a factor since the V130 is basically an upgraded version of the V13 launched a year ago.
Dell has unveiled the Vostro V130, a super slim and light business laptop with Intel Core i3 and i5 processor options for users working on-the-go.
Dell on Wednesday rolled out a new batch of Latitude laptops for the enterprise: one ultraportable, two reliable standbys and one netbook.
Dell's Adamo, the ultraportable laptop that ushered in the company's new design direction and aimed to be a MacBook Air-killer, is now just $999.
Hey, remember when I wrote about the wildly overpriced Dell Adamo luxury ultraportable notebook two weeks ago and asked if we were falling out of love with the underpowered, overpriced laptop?Turns out someone was listening.
Next Friday marks the four-month anniversary of the proper debut of Dell's Adamo luxury ultraportable laptop, and it occurred to me recently that Dell hasn't done much since then to promote or reposition the ultra-premium notebook.What happened?
After a prolonged, elaborate marketing campaign, the Dell Adamo 13 ultraportable is finally widely available and several sites have recently posted full reviews.Reviewers agreed that the Adamo succeeded in the design department with a sturdy, aluminum case that, at 0.
After months of teases, Dell has finally launched its Adamo high-end ultraportable. The basic design--an ultra-thin 13-inch laptop in the mold of the MacBook Air, Lenovo ThinkPad X301 and HP Voodoo Envy 133-- has been well-known since the company's press conference at CES in January.
Dell's smallest business notebook, the Latitude D420 manages to combine decent specifications with a convenient form factor, even if it's not all that configurable.
The X200 is a very well designed and constructed notebook that’s flexible enough to be an ultraportable travelling companion or a credible desktop replacement system.
The Notino 2200 packs more features into a sub-2kg system than any other ultraportable we've reviewed, and delivers good value for money too.
This is a well specified ultraportable notebook that delivers very good value for money. It's an excellent choice if you need to combine performance and portability.
Dell last week added an ultraportable PC to its Latitude family of corporate notebooks. The Latitude C400, which weighs just 1.
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