Retail chains sell millions of consumer grade desktops and laptops. Consumer Reports even recommends some of these models. So why step up to a business class machine? One word: Dependability.
Business grade machines are designed and engineered with a higher standard. Reliability tops the priority list of business grade research & development branches. What does this mean for you, the end user? Its lifespan is longer than a consumer grade machine and the failure rate is lower: it just works.
Dell Optiplex 390 SFF packs a punch with a Intel Celeron processor and impressive graphics all in a stylish small footprint case that easily fits in the tightest of spots. When compared with previous models, the Dell Optiplex 390 is more energy efficient and powerful.
My favorite feature about this computer is the HDMI port. I'm using the same computer at home as my media center. With a 1TB internal hard drive and 8GB of RAM, I can enjoy all my movies on my big screen TV with an ease.
Warranty? You bet. This machine, like every other computer we sell, comes with a One Year Warranty direct from us. The other guys charge you 50 bucks or more for a third party warranty. There is a BIG difference between our direct warranty and the warranty the other guys sell you. We stand behind our products. We have telephone support and cover all parts and labor. Anyone who has had the misfortune of a big box third party extended warranty knows how little they really cover and how hard it is to get anything done.
Optiplex 390 SFF Specifications:
- Intel Quad Core i7-2600 3.4Ghz CPU
- 4GB DDR3 Memory
- 160GB SATA Drive
- Integrated 10/100/1000 Network Card (NIC)
- 8 - USB 2.0
- VGA and HDMI
- Integrated Video
- Audio Jack
- Windows 7 Professional Pre-installed
- Includes pre-installed Recovery Partition.