The Vostro 3560's 1080p screen is well worth the extra outlay, and rest of the specification is solid, although we'd like more storage options. The physical design is unremarkable, the keyboard a little too flexible and battery life disappointing, but it's still good value for money.
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Dell's business portables update to Intel's new Ivy Bridge processors, while retaining all the security features you would expect as well as value pricing.
Despite a number of drawbacks, the Vostro 3555 could be a good buy if you're looking for a low-cost business workhorse. It's also the first business notebook we've seen with three USB 3.0 ports.
Dell's 13.3in. Vostro V131 looks striking, has a superb keyboard and delivers much-improved battery life over its predecessor. But the lack of an optical drive is annoying and a business-ready configuration doesn't come cheap.
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.
The Vostro V131 is similar to last year's V130 ultraportable but offers much better battery life, Dell has promised
Dell's visually pleasing Vostro 3750 is a good desktop replacement contender for small businesses. It delivers solid, if not spectacular, performance and reasonable battery life for a 17.3in. system with dual integrated/discrete graphics and a conventional hard disk.
The company says that the quad-core device is easier to configure than previous desktops and will allow for future upgrades
Most of the desktops that have been announced that feature Intel's new Sandy Bridge processors have been gaming computers, but Dell has just launched the Vostro 460, the first business-class desktop using the new chips.Clearly designed for biz users who need more power than from the typical corporate desktop, the Vostro 460 packs the Core i5-2400 quad-core processor by default, but you can also upgrade to the Core i7-2600 for some hyperthreading action.
Dell's updated Vostro V130 refreshes the V13's components while maintaining the original's stylishness.
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's Vostro V13 has visual appeal, although it's not easy to upgrade the RAM or swap in a second battery. It's also somewhat short on ports and connectors, and some business users will rule it out for lacking an integrated optical drive.
Dell's Vostro 230 Slim and Mini Tower desktop computers are now available to make their way home to you for some low prices and with a lot of choices.
The range, which includes models sizes from 13.3 inches to 17.3 inches, is based on Intel's latest Core i-series processors
In a bid for small business entrepreneurs, Dell on Tuesday unveiled its Vostro 3000 series laptops with standard voltage Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 processors and discrete graphics for less than $800.
Dell's new Vostro 3000 series laptops aims for small business entrepreneurs. Here's a look at the 13-inch 3300, 14-inch 3400, 15-inch 3500 and 17-inch 3700.
Dell’s Vostro range is aimed at smaller businesses, and the V13 is a 13.3-inch screened model that is both thin and light.
Dell's 13.3-inch Vostro V13 business laptop is a 0.65-inch thick ULV system that starts at just $450. Here's a look.
Dell has the worldwide availability of the Vostro V13 business laptop, a 0.65-inch thick system that starts at $450.