Slightly updated designs and new processors come at a reasonable price on Dell's latest Vostros.
Intel's new high-end chips get picked up by Dell's multimedia line.
The 2011 Dell Vostro V131 succeeds at being an affordable and powerful update to the 13-inch small-business laptop, adding much-needed battery life and processing boosts. At its lower-priced configurations, it's worth a look for budget shoppers.
Dell's small-business-targeted Vostro V131 is meant for small businesses, but its size and price could make it appealing for anyone.
Dell's slim 13-inch Vostro business laptop has been updated with new Intel Core i3 and i5 processors and much better battery life.
Dell's slim 13-inch Vostro update is meant for business, but can it be your perfect budget laptop, too? We go hands-on.
Dell's thin small-business 13-incher has a great power-to-size ratio and an affordable starting price.
Normally $619 (!), this thin and sexy system packs dual-core horsepower into a 3.5-pound frame that measures just over half an inch thick.
Dell's new laptops get upgraded with next-gen Intel Core i-series CPUs and a few new design tweaks.
A quick look at Dell's newest Inspiron R and Vostro 3000 laptops, both with second-generation Intel Core i-series CPUs.