On the heels of revealing the world’s most beautiful small business laptop, the Vostro V130, we’re pleased to announce we’re adding some more muscle to our desktop line with the Vostro 460.
Like their laptop counterparts, the latest Vostro desktop is designed specifically for small businesses. Customers seeking reliable IT solutions will make the most of their technology spend with the Vostro 460, benefitting from easy-to-configure features that are highly productive. The Vostro 460 is also the first SMB desktop PC offering the new Intel Sandy Bridge Quad Core processors, allowing small businesses to multi-task to the max. In addition, Intel Turbo Boost Technology 2.0 gives you more power when and where you need it.
While the Vostro 460 offers ample technology out of the box, customers can choose extra features they need to stay on task and grow with their business. There’s plenty of storage space with a hard-disk capacity expandable up to 3TB to safe keep work files, photos, music and more. With a large 350W power supply and up to 150W of graphics-card power, you’ll never run out of juice for your upgrades. And, after a long day of hard work, entrepreneurs can let loose with the Vostro 460’s Blu-ray disc drive and 7.1 HD sound.
Designed for the demands of today’s small business, the Vostro 460 helps customers keep operations running smoothly without missing a beat. Need IT support? Customers can choose their own level of 24x7 IT support with optional Dell ProSupport services. Also, Dell Support Center comes pre-loaded in the 460 and data security is also a breeze, with protection services that are simple to use and require little or no maintenance.
The Vostro 460 offers everything teams need in a PC:
Business owners can empower their employees to perform and grow seamlessly for the starting price of $599.
Awed? Inspired? Feel free to share your thoughts or questions here! And, be sure to check out images of the new machine here.
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I like the new Vostro and the multitude of configurable options they give the SMBs but why no love for DisplayPort? Not available onboard or on the currently available graphics card options.
@erson: Short answer is I don't know why there are no DisplayPort options. I'll check with the team and let you know what I find out.
I know many of you have been reading the recent Intel news regarding the Cougar Point (Intel 6 Series
Amigos, queremos informarles acerca de un defecto que sufrieron los chipsets Serie 6 de Intel, cuyo nombre
Any word on when this will be available again?