The Dell Vostro was already released in China and Japan, sporting a 19" display and VESA mounting compatibility for wall-mounts or an accessory arm-stand. But as promised, now Dell is letting the United States join in the fun.
The base model comes with 2.6GHz Pentium dual-core CPU, 2GB of RAM, a 160GB hard drive, and it comes loaded with Windows Vista and an integrated DVD player. The Vostro comes with a 1.3-megapixel integrated webcam for video chats and calls. It also comes stock with a gigabit Ethernet connection, standard WiFi, and an integrated GMA X4500 graphics processor.
Prices start at $599 after a $30 online instant savings, and range up to $909 for the flagship model without options. The arm-stand is a $90 addition, but there are also third-party arms available for purchase. If you want to go bold, the higher-end versions come with 2.93GHz Core 2 Duo CPUs, double the RAM to 4GB, and a 250GB hard drive. Windows Vista Business comes on board, but otherwise everything else is the same.