Dell Technologies World 2019 is upon us, followed closely by National Small Business Week, making it the perfect time to announce the launch of the latest additions to our Vostro portfolio, the Vostro 13 5000 and Vostro 15 7000, designed with the needs of small businesses in mind.Michael Dell founded Dell Technologies in his college dorm room with a revolutionary idea and a great deal of dedication and hard work. These are key ingredients that company founders must possess to start – and successfully grow – a small business. Here at Dell, we understand the challenges facing small businesses today and have built our products and advisory services to enable them to scale, thrive and remain a competitive force in the marketplace, starting with our Vostro line.This is why we are thrilled to launch our new Vostros. The Vostro 13 5000 is the thinnest and lightest Vostro ever, designed for on-the-go business professionals. This portable 13” notebook is just 14.9mm thin with a weight as light as 1.18kg (2.6lb) and is encased in an aluminum cover that is both durable and sleek. The FHD display is surrounded by a 3-sided narrow border, which was made possible with the new 2.7mm HD webcam. While the HD camera provides a clear viewing experience, Waves MaxxAudio Pro boosts volume and SmartByte software ensures video-conferencing applications receive network bandwidth priority to reduce buffering, making it the perfect laptop for on-the-go business professionals who need to attend meetings from anywhere.To add to the lineup, the Vostro 15 7000 is our newest 15” laptop catered to professionals who need a high-performance computer that looks stylish, while keeping cost down. Encased in aluminum and featuring a narrow border FHD display, it is both durable and sleek. With up to Core i7 Intel Coffee Lake-H 6-core processors, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 graphics, a 97 WHr battery and an optional triple drive expandability storage option, this performance laptop is ideal for content creators or businesses that run intensive applications and need plenty of storage & performance when working on large projects.Vostro laptops come with security features that are easy to use for any business user. With an optional single-sign on fingerprint reader and built-in hardware-based Trusted Platform Module (TPM 2.0) security chip, users can instantly authenticate their systems and feel confident their data is well protected against malware and cyber threats.Dell also knows that small businesses rely on their technology partners for continued support. Therefore, we are offering the option of Dell Pro Support, which provides our customers with 24×7 direct telephone access to advanced-level technicians who are locally based relative to each small business.Small businesses play an incredible part in the nation’s economic growth and that does not go unrecognized. According to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity (AEO), micro businesses make up 92 percent of all U.S. businesses. As we head into the Small Business Administration’s National Small Business Week, on May 5, a special time when we celebrate the impact of small businesses nationally, we’re excited to kick it off with new Vostros designed to enable and empower small businesses and entrepreneurs.The Vostro 13 5000 will be available on dell.com on May 16 starting at $849. The Vostro 15 7000 will be available on dell.com on May 16 starting at $1149.
GOULDSBORO — For moms who would rather spend their Mother’s Day morning competing in a road race, they can in the second annual “Moms on the Run” 5K.The race will begin at 9 a.m. on Sunday, May 10, at the Peninsula Grammar School and end at the Acadian Community Woman’s Club — a civic organization in Gouldsboro and Winter Harbor, which is just a short distance from the race’s start.A one-mile Fun Run will take place beforehand at 8:30, and registration will begin at 7:30 at the grammar school.Both runners and walkers are welcome to participate.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textThe Acadian Community Woman’s Club began organizing the race to raise money to send children to summer camp. Proceeds will benefit the Summer Camp Scholarship Fund for Peninsula students.Last year, more than 70 runners/walkers participated. The money raised allowed 12 children to attend a summer camp of their choice.The registration fee for the Fun Run is $5. The fee for mothers running the 5K is $12, and for all other runners, $15.For more information, contact Megan Moshier at 963-2036 or by email [email protected]
“We hate this for Josh and our team, as he was one of our leading scorers, one of our top 3-point shooters and one of our two best defensive guards,” Izzo said. “But our commitment to Josh and his long-term health is paramount.”Izzo said he has never “felt worse for a player.” Joshua Langford will not be returning to the court this season.The Michigan State guard will miss the rest of 2018-19 with an ankle injury, the school announced Wednesday. He has not played since Dec. 29. Dewan Hernandez leaving Miami, turning pro after NCAA ruling “Throughout the process, Josh has done everything asked of him, while maintaining an amazing attitude and doing whatever he could to help his teammates,” Izzo said. “His selfless attitude is the reason there were tears throughout the meeting room when we shared the news with his team.”The Spartans enter play Wednesday in a tie for first place in the Big Ten with a 9-1 conference record. They’ll enter their matchup Saturday against Indiana at 18-3 overall. “Josh has a stress injury that we caught fairly early and we had hoped that, with treatment and rest, he would recover,” Michigan State coach Tom Izzo said in a statement. “He has not, and will likely need surgery to prevent problems in the future.”The junior guard averaged 15 points and 3.6 rebounds in 13 games for the Spartans before suffering the injury. He shot 44.3 percent from the field and 40.3 percent from 3-point range. Related News What we learned from No. 11 Kansas’ loss to Texas