Dell is appealing to on-the-go small business workers who may be on a fairly modest budget with its refreshed Vostro 14 5000, which benefits from Intel’s new Kaby Lake CPU architecture.
It’s available in two colors: ‘Graphite Silver’, which our review model came in, and ‘Graphite Red’.
Seen from above, the Vostro reminds us of one of Toshiba’s low-end Satellite-series models, though thankfully Dell has chosen not to place the trackpad to the left-of-center, instead keeping it down the middle.
The Dell’s appearance is far from offensive – it just looks dated due to the bulky thickness of its rear. Despite featuring a tapered design, at 18.5mm thick, even the front of the machine is around double the chunk of top-line models such as Dell’s own XPS 13.
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