Subject: Mobile | February 27, 2012 - 04:37 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: dell, vostro V131
Dell's Vostro line offers a wide variety of models from a $400 Celeron ULV based model with 2GB of memory and a 320GB HDD to the $825 model that Hardware Canucks reivewed. That model gives you more power, with an i5 2430M, 4GB RAM and a 500GB HDD with a 13.3" 1366x768 LED screen. The 6-cell battery doesn't quite last as long as models with an 8-cell battery but still beat most other competitors 6-cell models. There were a few issues that arose during the review, not least of which is the lack of a dock. For home users who do not worry about such extras, the review is well worth checking out.
"Dell has been angling most of their product stack towards value oriented market segments and the newest addition to the Vostro lineup –the V131- seems to follow this same path but with some interesting twists along the way. As with many of Dell’s notebooks, it is available in a number of flavors ranging in price from just $399 to $900. Unfortunately, Dell's website has it is tucked away from the prying eyes of most end users."
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