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Theage Review: Dell Vostro 1520

Wedged neatly between Dell's stylish consumer PCs and no-nonsense corporate fleet machines is a handful of models bearing the Vostro banner and aimed squarely at the smaller end of the business scale. Dell sees this as anywhere from the self-employed solo consultant to a team of two-dozen staff.

When it comes to notebooks, that means treading the line between the world of business and home, work and play.

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potenquatro3082d ago

If you want a faster cpu on it it'll pass the $1000 mark. HP and TOSHIBA are making better lappys for the same price imo. I have to use Apple cause of my work. One of my laptops is a MacPro and it works silky smooth, but overpriced aswell.