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Pros: Clean inside, shrink wrapped, as advertised, small form factor size, price, fast delivery
Cons: Has only 2GB of memory. Would have preferred 4GB for a 64 bit PC. Both slots are filled so to upgrade to 4GB both memory cards must be replaced. Side panel to access components frozen shut on 2 of the 10 units we ordered. Was able to free up one. The other may have to be returned.
Other Thoughts: Overall this has satisfied our need to upgrade to Windows 7 economically. I am installing new hard drives in all units. Most existing hard drives are about 6 years old.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Comes with 4G of memory, Windows 7 Pro 64 bit, compact, clean inside
Cons: although the build date of the PC is 9/2010, the hard drive mfg date is 2006. I intend to replace the hard drive.
Other Thoughts: We bought 3 of these machines to use in an office that does mainly Office applications. So far the machine runs well. I am still installing software.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: The Dell Optiplex line is rock solid. This PC seems to be no exception. Easy to set up and maintain. I have installed dozens of them over the years with very few problems. Easy machine to service.
Cons: Was a little dusty inside but this was easily remedied with my small PC blower
Other Thoughts: This is a 32bit machine that appears to have been previously leased. It did have a few scrapes on the side but other than that it is in great shape. I replaced the 80GB Seagate drive with a 64GB SSD. The machine boots in 15 seconds. It came with 2GB of memory that filled all 4 slots. The user only runs an accounting package and MS office applications so 2GB should be fine. I would not recommend this machine for intensive gaming - it is best used for office applications.READ FULL REVIEW