Dell refreshes its OptiPlex desktop PC line
Dell has unveiled a bunch of refreshed OptiPlex desktop computers in the largest update to its OptiPlex line in five years. The new models are designed with the latest hardware in mind and fully meet the changing needs of businesses.
The updated OptiPlex line includes various models that arrive in small form factor, mini tower, micro form factor and all-in-one designs. The list of updates includes 6th generation Intel Core vPro processors that are up to 70 per cent faster than a similar Dell OptiPlex computer of five years ago. The new OptiPlex computers also offer up to two times more memory than before, four times more storage space, power consumption that is reduced by 63 per cent and decreased background noise by 32 per cent when compared to a 5-year old OptiPlex computer.
The new OptiPlex computers offer new form factors as well that provide more flexibility in a world that becomes more and more mobile. For instance, the new OptiPlex mini tower computer is 43 per cent smaller than the previous generation. Dell also says that its new OptiPlex micro desktops can save more than 7700 square feet of workspace when replacing 10 000 legacy desktops. The new OptiPlex line includes the OptiPlex 7040, which is an enterprise-class desktop computer that can offer discrete graphics, dual hard drives and up to three displays; the OptiPlex 5040, which is a fully featured commercial desktop with advanced performance; the OptiPlex 3040, which is a business desktop that combines high performance with the lowest entry price point for a commercial desktop; the OptiPlex 24 7000 Series all-in-one computers with sleek and premium design and 23.8-inch Full HD monitors and the OptiPlex 22 3000 all-in-one computers with business-class performance, various productivity features and new 21.5-inch Full HD displays.
No word on pricing as of now.