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Dell OptiPlex Desktop PCs

Dell OptiPlex desktops having been at the heart of businesses for almost 30 years.


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Dell OptiPlex Series

Supported by Intel CPUs the range is available in a chassis to suit most situations including AIO (all in one), MFF (micro form factor), SFF (small form factor) and MT (mini tower) options.

Gigabit ethernet and a high level of USB connectivity options make sure you are well connected.

Class-leading power and manageability features provide the most environmentally friendly technology products on the market.

Security has always been paramount and includes features such as TPM, Secure Boot, Bitlocker, chassis intrusion detection as well as support for many physical locking solutions.


FAQs

What is the difference between Dell OptiPlex models?

The main differences between the Dell OptiPlex 3000, 7000, and 9000: The OptiPlex 3000 is the cheapest and usually comes with fewer features like – ports, CPU options, RAM slots, reduced chipset, lack of Intel vPro, and others. The OptiPlex 7000 is the mid-range. It has almost all the features of the OptiPlex 9000, with maybe a few minor exceptions. For example, max RAM is 16GB and for the 9000 is 32GB. The OptiPlex 9000 is the most expensive and comes with the full set of features.

What is the difference between Dell OptiPlex models?

First number: This is the class of the desktop. For example, a 300 / 3000 series desktop will have less slots on the inside for upgrades and maybe less USB ports compared to a 700 / 7000 or 900 / 9000 desktop. Unlike the laptops, the build materials between classes are the same.

Second or Second / Third numbers: If the model number has 3 digits, the second number signifies the generation of the desktop. If it has 4 digits, the second and third numbers signify the generation of the desktop. A 4 digit model number is newer than a 3 digit. Each generation would be kind of like a model year newer car. Each year, the outside of the car is refreshed a little, and the inside generally gets an improvement in speed and power. Same with these! Going from one generation to the next will generally see a bump in looks and performance.

Last number: They all end with a 0, nothing special to report here.

Is OptiPlex better than XPS?

XPSs are known for being upper level consumer desktops. If all things were equal, the OptiPlex because it had better built components and support. However the XPS has upgraded hardware and the price is the same, with both models able to run Windows Pro.