Dell Adds to Optiplex Desktop Line

By Jennifer DeFeo  |  Posted 2005-06-02 Print this article Print

The new business desktops are powerful, secure and environmentally sound.

Dell Inc. on Thursday announced two new additions to its corporate Optiplex desktop line, the GX520 and the GX620. The GX620 ($579) will be the higher-end solution, targeted at investment protection. It will be available in four different chassis sizes, including ultra-small.
The desktop will include Pentium 4 and Celeron D processors, with plans for future implementation of Pentium D Dual Core processors, Windows XP64 support, PCIe x16 graphics, and TPM 1.2 security.
Click here to read about Dells plans to introduce dual-core processing in its entry-level workstation and high-end consumer PCs. The GX520 ($549), a more mainstream solution, will come in three chassis sizes, though not the ultra-small. It will offer Intel Pentium 4 or Celeron D processors, SATA II technology, and Intel GMA 950 graphics. All seven chassis are built around the BTX design for quiet computing. They will all utilize Dell DirectDetect, a utility to identify system status. Read the full story on Dell Adds to Optiplex Desktop Line
Jennifer DeFeo Jennifer DeFeo is the associate editor responsible for PCs and devices at PC Magazine.

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