Today, Dell completes its range of computers Vostro by adding two new handsets and two new towers. According to the company, these machines will meet a growing need for small businesses or educational institutions with limited budget, in emerging countries.
On the laptop Vostro A860 running an Intel Celeron processor Core 2 Duo with an anti-glare screen of 15.6 inches, you can choose to install Ubuntu Linux or Windows Vista. The model A840 has the same characteristics with a 14.1-inch screen and a hard disk of 120 GB (GB against 160 for the A860). Both portable board 1 GB of RAM.
The Vostro Dell A100 is a desktop entry carrying a range of Intel processor and Atom on which is pre-installed Ubuntu. The A100 is equipped with a DVD player (x16) and a hard disk can accommodate up to 80 GB of data. This capacity is doubled for the Vostro A180, which includes a dual-core processor Intel Celeron and offers a new choice of operating system.
Steve Felice, president of Dell Asie-Pacific/Japon said: "Millions of new entrepreneurs not wish to acquire the technology they need at a price that suits them and distributed by a seller of confidence. Today we are responding to this need by introducing new products that describes with those of the family Vostro. "
These new machines will be distributed from the end of the month in 20 countries throughout the world.