Dell has introduced four new commercial desktops expanding its OptiPlex range. The new additions include OptiPlex 960, OptiPlex 760, OptiPlex 360 and OptiPlex FX160.
Starting with the FX160, it is the company’s first thin client that is compatible with embedded or streamed operating systems for virtual desktop environments.
Next in line is the 960 which runs on Vista Business operating system and features 80 GB HDD, Intel Core 2 dual-core or quad-core processors and up to 8 GB of RAM. It incorporates power-saving features to reduce energy consumption of up to 43%.
While the 760 is powered by Intel Core 2 Duo processors. This device concentrates on security and power saving features and also offers large memory options and integrated support for dual displays.
And lastly, the 360 is said to be a business essential system that provides essential office productivity.
The new OptiPlex systems are said to be serious business desktop PCs that minimize unnecessary costs through serviceability, manageability, security and environmental responsibility.
Price wise, the Dell OptiPlex 960 starts at $863 (approx. Rs. 42,625), the OptiPlex 760 starts at $593 (approx. Rs. 29,290), while the OptiPlex 360 starts at $476 (approx. Rs. 23,510) and the OptiPlex FX160 starts at $399 (approx. Rs. 19,710).