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December 1, 2010

Dell launches Vostro V130 laptop

13 inch laptop equipped with Intel's advanced cooling technology Hyperbaric Cooling, and Trend Micro security services

By CBR Staff Writer

Dell has launched Vostro V130, the latest addition to its Vostro laptop line. The Vostro V130 combines style with durability and security.

The company claims the new Vostro V130 is constructed from sturdy aluminum and reinforced with zinc hinges and a magnesium alloy palm rest, able to survive everyday bumps and thumps.

Dell Vostro 130-1

The Vostro V130 features Hyperbaric Cooling, an Intel advanced cooling technology, to enable it stay quiet and cool. It is a thin laptop with 0.65" (front) to 0.78" (rear) thickness and weighs 3.5 pounds, and comes in Lucerne Red and Aberdeen Silver colour options.

The new laptop can run Windows 7 while performing everyday tasks quickly because of the Intel Core ULV processor, full-sized keyboard and 13.3-inch high definition WLED display.

Vostro V130 has business-class security, equipped with the latest Trend Micro business decurity services to protect the system and servers from viruses and virtual threats, as well as CompuTrace anti-theft.

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Dell Vostro 130-2

The portable Vostro V130 includes new connectivity features based directly on user feedback, including the addition of an HDMI port for easy connection to high definition TV.

The new laptop is able to quickly connect devices and peripherals using the two USB 2.0 ports, shared USB/eSATA port and VGA.

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