EDUCAUSE 2019: New Dell OptiPlex 7070 Ultra Cuts Out Space, not Power
University classrooms and research laboratories don't usually have much room to spare. Check out our show floor hands-on experience with one of Dell's new desktop solutions, designed to help higher education faculty, students and staff save space without negotiating on performance.
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James Cochran, Field Marketing Manager, Dell Technologies
- Dell OptiPlex has a minimized form factor and uses a single cable for both the monitor and CPU, allowing it to fit into crowded classrooms or research labs.
- Users can customize their desktop with up to 64 gigabytes of RAM and a 1 terabyte solid-state drive, as well as the latest Intel processor, to handle variety of workloads from students, faculty or staff.
- Desktops can be combined with touch screens to create easy setups for customer service kiosks on campus.