Dell Vostro V13 is a cheaper Adamo

Dell Vostro V13 is a cheaper Adamo




If you think the Dell Adamo is not within your budget, Dell is coming up with a more affordable version in their Vostro line. Check out the specs and photos of the Dell Vostro V13 after the jump.


vostro v13

With the Vostro V13, you can choose from 3 types of processors:

Intel Core 2 Duo SU7300 @ 1.3GHz
Intel Core 2 Solo SU3500 @ 1.4GHz
Intel Celeron 743 @ 1.2GHz


 

13.3″ LED-backlit display @ 1366×768 pixels
Up to 4GB DDR3 RAM
Mobile Intel GS45 Express Chipset
Intel Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 4500MHD
Up to 500GB 7200rpm HDD
External 8X DVD+/-RW
1.3MP webcam

WiFi 802.11b/g/n
Bluetooth 2.1
Gigabit LAN
34mm ExpressCard
5-in-1 card reader
6-cell battery

dell vostro v13

The Vostro V13 is between 0.65-0.78 inches thin and weighs 1.59kg. Comes pre-installed with Windows 7 or option for Ubuntu Linux. Price starts at $450 (probably for the Celeron and Ubuntu flavor).



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17 Responses

  1. Brian_B says:

    Great move by Dell. Hopefully, there are no major issues because of the design. Baka may heating problems ito–it doesn’t look like it has a fan.

    Still this is bound to make the least popular Dell line the most popular in no time.

  2. phatz says:

    ayos ito, kailan kaya lalabas sa pinas ito sir yuga?

  3. Darren says:

    price is very ok!!!

  4. $449 -> Celeron with Ubuntu
    $599 -> CULV with Windows 7 Home Prem

    via Dell

    It looks cool but I’m not sure if it’s worth it.

  5. Pedro says:

    Add to my wish list… Wish…

  6. berkano says:

    I actually want one :) To hell with other netbooks hehe. My wife will approve…

  7. marvin says:

    matibay ba ang DELL. IBM kasi ang type kong lappy kaso kinain na sya ng lumobo.. ay lenovo pala..

  8. Jhay says:

    Nice, it’s a good bargain. Dell has always appealed to me other than Compaq and Lenovo.

  9. MB says:

    I Just bought dell inspiron 1440 a week ago, its affordable and looks neat! I think dell is a good brand, a fresh alternative from the mainstream Asus/Acer/HP/Toshiba lappo’s

  10. boo says:

    does dell have a service center sa pinas?
    what happens if you encounter hardware issues/ warranty claims?

    yun ang isang scary sa ibang american brands. they have very little support pag offshore. ayoko naman na pag nasira ang laptop ko, ipapaship sa pagkalayo layong lugar tapos weeks bago bumalik sa akin. sana kung may loaner…

  11. ryan says:

    The thing about this lappie is the battery. For a CULV proc, I was hoping for a 6-8hr of usage but it has been reported to have a shorter battery life than expected.

    There are lots of viable alternatives from Acer, Asus, Lenovo. Acer is ok albeit C2S proc available here. Asus in the other hand has the SU7300 proc but is more expensive at 50k. Both is purported to run 8-10hrs before the battery dies (or at least, lets the unit hibernate).

    Personally I would want a thin C2D CULV with stamina for 45k tops but that’s asking too much I believe :P

  12. Miguel says:

    Dell Vostro and Latitude are sold/supported by the Corporate resellers of Dell. Not sure if they will sell this to the retail.
    The Inspirons you see in the shops are through another distro.

  13. tanchi says:

    Mr. Yuga sir, san po ito nabibili available po ba ita d2 stin?? ^_^ tnx

  14. bash says:

    how much is the price of a brand new dell vostro v13?

  15. zed says:

    is there any shop or service center ng dell and toshiba? where i can consult with if ever mgkroon ng problema ang lappy…please inform me poh..thanks..

  16. zed says:

    hi yuga,,,is there any shop or service center ng dell and toshiba? where i can consult with if ever mgkroon ng problema ang lappy…please inform me poh..thanks..

  17. Meow says:

    Bat kaya ganun, naka-post ang V13 dito eh hindi naman available ito sa Pilipinas..

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