Robust, ultra-portable and quiet, these are the three characteristics, and strength, the new Dell 130 notebook , designed and characterized for professional use, without compromising the design, comes in two variants, pure cosmetics, Lucerne and Red Aberdeen Silver, both made of aluminum with heavy duty hinges in the palm rest and zinc alloy of magnesium, all to create strong armor protecting the notebook from adverse use on the move.
Handy and lightweight, with a featherweight of just 1.59 kg, which reduced the size of just providing a thickness of 2 cm, characterized by 13-inch screen, LED backlight system with anti-reflection and resolution of 1366 X 768 pixels in high resolution.
To add a key point, Dell OptiPlex 130 has been developed by concentrating forces to make it silent, implementing a new technique that provides for the cooling system with HBO, an innovation that allows the rapid cooling start-up and reducing the fan speed.
Performance is managed by the Intel Celeron processor, a choice that can be replaced with the latest Core or Core i3 i5, for a total freedom of configuration, Har Disk 250GB expandable to 640GB, with 4GB of RAM, while the graphics are handled by the Intel Graphics Media Accelerator video card with dedicated memory.
The internal peripherals include: a wireless module with WiMAX connectivity and Gigabit Ethernet network adapter, Bluethoot, 2.0 megapixel Web Cam, Card Reader 5in1, 2 more USB 2.0 ports USB 2.0 SATA combo, with the exception of the DVD player available as an add on device outside, complete with VGA input, HDMI and audio jack plug.
The autonomy, declared by the manufacturer, is around 4 hours of consecutive use, fed by 6-cell battery. Provides, as a preinstalled operating system, Windows 7 Professional and Home Premium and Home Basic versions, or, according to the needs of the end user is to install the Ubuntu Linux system.
The price of 479 Euro provided for the Italian market is indicative and varies according to the final configuration chosen.