Dell is planning on launching three new Vostro laptops that are designed with security-minded businesses in mind. Each of the laptops is targeted at the increasingly popular enterprise laptop market and are proof that Dell is focusing heavily on business users.
These three new models include the Dell Vostro 3360, Dell Vostro 3460 and the Dell Vostro 3560 and are designed to be easily configured, easy to maintain and easy to use. In addition to that, these laptops were designed to compete with the newest lineup of MacBook Pro laptops from Apple, which the company just announced.
According to Vice President of Dell Personal Computing Product Group Sam Burd, “Growing a business takes more than just hardware; you need to have a solid support system in place to scale and succeed. The Vostro product family enables emerging businesses to grow and thrive in competitive environments. Our end-to-end solution is the reason why so many of our Vostro customers recommend the products to their friends, family and colleagues.”
The laptops all come with either 13″, 14″ or 15″ screens and come in three different colors: Aberdeen Silver, Brisbane Bronze and Lucerne Red. Each laptop also includes options for the third-generation Intel Ivy Bridge processors. Also, the 3360 comes with a 4-cell battery while the 3460 and 3560 come with a 6-cell battery.
As far as other features go, each laptop includes an HD webcam and microphone, Waves Maxx Voice Pro, Bluetooth 4.0 and 4G LTE mobile broadband (optional for the 3360 and 3460). In terms of memory, each of the three laptops come with a 32GB flash memory SSD. Fingerprint scanners come standard, as well as file and folder encryption via DigitalPersona File Protection software and Trend Micro security software.
The Vostro 3560 should be available now at Dell.com with a starting price of $599. The Vostro 3360 starts at $649 with the Vostro 3460 starting at $599. However, the 3360 and 3460 won’t be available until June 21.
Source: Venture Beat – Dell Vostro targets security-minded enterprise laptop users