Sunday, 28 March 2010

Dell OptiPlex 780 USFF & SFF OptiPlex 380 PCs Announced OptiPlex 780 & 380 Mini PCs Released

Unless you're a gamer or demand high-end performances from your rig, the
big chunky desktop PC is not on your shopping list and you're either
looking for an all-in-one computer or a stylish notebook to get the work
done. But w
hat about Dell's new OptiPlex 780 USFF and SFF OptiPlex 380 small factor
desktops that the company has just announced today?
Part of the Optiplex series, the new Dell OptiPlex 780 Ultra Small Form
Factor (USFF) is world's smallest fully functional commercial desktop
PC with an integrated power supply and Intel vPro technology . Inside
the stylish packaged there's an Intel Core 2 Duo processor, Windows 7
(although there's Vista, XP and Ubuntu Linux support), and other
run-off-the-mill features.
As for the Dell OptiPlex 380 Small Form Factor (SFF), it has been
designed to deliver cost-effective business productivity for
growing businesses and organizations. It brings a choice of Intel
Core 2 Duo, Core 2 Quad, Dual Core and Celeron processors, brings either
an integrated graphics card, NVIDIA's GeForce 9300 GE (256MB) or ATI's
Radeon HD 3450 (256MB) and has DirectDetect LED diagnostic lights.
Of course, both the OptiPlex 780 and the OptiPlex 380 can be customized
into real monsters, but the standard configurations start from $629 on
the 780 USFF, and $329 for the 380 SFF respectively.
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