A variety of mainstream and business PCs -- and even a few printers -- round out Dell's PC announcements at Computex.
Dell announced updates to its Optiplex line of business desktops and Precision workstation family.
The computer maker is announcing that the bulk of its PC lineup will be available with Windows 8, centered on existing systems like the XPS 13 ultrabook and the XPS One 27.
The competitively priced OptiPlex GX620 is powerful enough for most business users, and its wide-ranging configuration options, including four case choices, mean it can fill a variety of office needs.
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Strong performance, excellent service, and quiet operation combine to make the Dell OptiPlex GX280 a good fit for busy offices.
Dell's new OptiPlex GX280 offers the latest Intel computing technology for an approachable price.
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Thanks to its diminutive size and next-generation Intel chipset and CPU, the Dell OptiPlex SX280 is perfect for small-business and corporate buyers who need future-proof, small-form-factor desktops.
PC maker unveils a "new generation" of gear for business computing--some 39 machines, including portables, desktops, and workstations. Dell also plans a 10-inch, Windows 7 tablet for later this year.
At Dell Means Business event in San Francisco, company unleashes 39 new products, including a new Windows tablet aimed at businesses.
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