Dell Vostro 130 Laptop with Hyperbaric Cooling; Get Yours Now for $429

November 30, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Those who already own one of those machines from the Vostro line up will know how effectively Dell has played around with technology to give you one the best notebooks you ever got to lay your hands on. Adding to the fascination, Dell has now made an update and introduced the new Vostro V130. The Dell Vostro 130 is now available on retail for prices starting at $429.

Coming about as a thin version laptop, the prominent feature is the stylish design. Measuring as thin as 0.65 inches in the front and 0.78 inches at the rear, the Vostro 130 could well fit in as the lightest Dell laptop ever at 3.5 pounds in weight.

The stylish design has been mainly aimed at luring the entrepreneur on the move, and comes in hues of Lucerne Red and Aberdeen Silver. The exterior is made of strong aluminum and reinforced with zinc hinges and a magnesium alloy palm-rest.

One significant fact about the new device is that it is the first ultra-thin laptop to offer Hyperbaric Cooling, which, for those who aren’t yet familiar with, is Intel’s Advanced Cooling Technology that would help the laptop stay quiet and cool.

Enabled to run Windows 7 with ease, the laptop makes use of the Intel Core ULV processor. The features include a full-sized keyboard and a 13.3-inch High Definition WLED display. As we mentioned earlier, the device is best suited for entrepreneurs on the go.

That means if you have a small business, the Dell Vostro 130 will let you stay connected all the time with its 802.11n wireless technology, optional WiMAX technology and Bluetooth 3.0. The WiMAX option is only for the US customers, though.

You will also be able to connect wirelessly with keyboards, mice and headsets within a short distance. A SIM card slot and upgraded built-in webcam come as bonus. What more do you want if you are the small entrepreneur we are talking about?

Dell is also offering some security plans so that the Vostro 130 stays intact. Customers can choose their own level of coverage with optional Dell ProSupport services and Accidental Damage Service. If you need help you have the option of DellConnect that allows troubleshooting and repair system issues from a remote location.

When are you getting yours?

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