DELL Type DA45NM102-00 Rating 14V DC 3.21A 45W original adapters
by Anna Yu
Last year, the Dell Adamo laptop was making waves with it's razor thin design that was basically Dell's answer to Apple's MacBook Air. However, the laptop came at a premium price and more than a few people balked at the nearly $2000 price tag. That's where the Dell Vostro V13 comes in. With a sleek aluminum body, 13 inch screen and just over half an inch thick, the Vostro V13 is ideal for anyone looking for portability without compromising screen size. It also comes with 2GB of memory, at least a 250GB hard drive and Intel Celeron M Processor or Intel Core2 Duo Processor which means it's definitely not all looks and no brain. Best part is, it's also lighter and over $1000 less than the Adamo! If you're a budding CEO of the next Fortune 500 company or just a student in need of an affordable and highly portable computer, the Vostro V13 should be at the top of your list.Price: $449-$669Who Found It: facadeindreams was first to add the Dell Vostro V13 to the Hive.
by Anna Yu
Whenever I needed to buy a new computer, the bells and whistles of new technology were ringing and of course, I got all the latest and greatest I could afford. I can now admit that no, I actually didn't need that upgraded processor or fancy video editing programs I don't even know how to use! Let's be honest, many everyday computer users just go online to check their email, blogs, shop online, and perhaps some light office work. If that sounds like you and you're in the market for a new laptop, why don't you look into netbooks? Netbooks are one of the latest technology crazes, the main appeal being their low prices, ultra portability, small screens, and under 3 lb weight. Imagine putting one of these netbooks into your small or medium-sized daytime bag! The small size doesn't mean you have to compromise on quality. Take a look at the brand new Dell Inspiron Mini 10, which comes in 6 different colors to match any mood or style! And who could forget the Vivienne Tam edition of the HP Mini from last year's Spring 2009 runway show. These machines are still powerful enough to do many of those things you say you want to do, but I won't tell if you're just reading your email and checking Stylehive! Click the slideshow to see more popular netbooks!