Dell launches 12.1-inch Vostro 1220 mini-notebook worldwide

June 30, 2009 at 4:01 pm

Dell Vostro 1220Dell has launched its latest ultraportbable, the Dell Vostro 1220. The Vostro line-up is targeted to small business and the 1220 comes with a 12.1-inch (1,200 x 800) display. The Vostro 1220 is powered by Intel’s Core 2 Duo processor. The most powerful CPU runs at 3.06GHz but the standard options include a 2.20GHz Celeron or 2.4GHz Core 2 Duo. It also comes with 1GB RAM and a variety of storage options.

Other features include Wi-Fi (draft-N), three USB ports, firewire, Expresscard, a 1.3MP webcam and a multi-card reader. The Vostro 1220 weighs 1.5kg (3.36lbs) and measures 1.5-inches in thickness. The Vostro 1220 comes with optional SSDs, fingerprint readers and encrypted hard-drives. It ships with a 4-cell battery or an optional 6-cell battery is available that should last for 9 hours.

A choice of operating systems include Windows and Linux. The Vostro 1220 is available in two colours (Obsidian Black or Deep Cherry Red). Prices start from $799 in the US and is apparently available worldwide today, although we couldn’t see it listed in the UK Dell site right now.

Via Engadget.


309 Responses to “Dell launches 12.1-inch Vostro 1220 mini-notebook worldwide”

  1. Mark Gilbert said:
    July 1st, 2009 4:16 AM

    Well i have a compaq mini laptop which i got it free from three through on mobile broadband and i think thats better then this dell laptop.