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    Default Dell Vostro 5460 Laptop

    14" Screen
    Based on intel Ivy Bridge ULV processor
    Video Resolution 1280 x 720 (HD) at 30 fps
    AMD Radeon HD 7670M
    Laptop battery integrate,need to remove bottom case cover
    Realtek RTL8723AE Wireless LAN 802.11n (confirm with speed before purchasing)
    NVIDIA GeForce GT 630M
    No optical drive


    Other specification has two cooling fans ,placed at rear
    most of the components are access from base/bottom cover removal
    keyboard removal not known yet.
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    Dell Vostro 5460:

    DELL Vostro 5460 Notebook Windows 7 64bit Driver, Utility | Notebook Driver & Software
    ftp://ftp.dell.com/Manuals/all-produ...uide_en-us.pdf

    Two links for the design. Looks like an ultrabook.

    They finally brought back the designs! YES! No more intruding back or "roundy" shell-like design.

    Looks like dedicated graphics options as well according to the manual.

    I would expect, eh $699.

    This could be my chance to move from my DDR2 machines.
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    Default Dell Vostro 5460 Laptop

    Dellienware ,

    Need to check with Wifi and if laptop has heating issue as you may see the design of heatsink has been fully on the motherboard

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    Pretty impressed with those dedicated gpu. Need to make sure Nvidia card will support the Optimus.

    Eh Cpu could have been a full blown regular i3 at least. The cooling could handle it if they put in a beefier fan. Will still have see how the ULV works out.

    Price will be probably like $699
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    Default Re: Dell Vostro 5460 Laptop

    Quote Originally Posted by Dellienware View Post
    Pretty impressed with those dedicated gpu. Need to make sure Nvidia card will support the Optimus.

    Eh Cpu could have been a full blown regular i3 at least. The cooling could handle it if they put in a beefier fan. Will still have see how the ULV works out.

    Price will be probably like $699
    Hi,
    Have you seen the service Manuel the CPU is directly soldered on the MB that's what I can see from it.Id it is so I don't think the laptop would last,as the CPU soldering would fry up after some months of use,

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    Default Re: Dell Vostro 5460 Laptop

    It is an ultrabook using ULV, so I am not surprised it is soldered.

    CPU soldering done properly does NOT fry up the cpu nor the motherboard. In fact, ULV uses very less power and generates really no heat in reality, so I doubt it will have actual heat (frying up) issue.

    I use the Adamo 13 with the ULV. It has A LOT worse cooling than this Vostro (though Vostro will have dedicated graphics) And I had no problem with the cpu soldering itself.

    It is year 2013 bud. I have faith.
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