Dell, which says that business, government, and education customers account for 90 percent of its sales, has cut prices effective immediately on the OptiPlex line, including the following models:
--The GXpro 200 with 200-MHz Pentium Pro processor, 64MB EDO ECC memory, a 2GB SCSI hard drive, and an 8X CD-ROM running on Windows NT 4.0 was priced at $4,092 and is now $3,852, a reduction of 5.9 percent.
--GXL 200 with a 200-MHz Pentium processor, 64MB EDO memory, a 3GB EIDE hard drive, and Windows 95 was $2,885 but is now $2,550, a decrease of 11.6 percent.
--GL 166+ with a 166-MHz Pentium processor, 32MB EDO memory, a 3GB EIDE hard drive, an 8X CD-ROM and Windows 95 was $2,374 and is now $2,189, a drop of 7.8 percent.
All the configurations listed above include a 15-inch color monitor, integrated 10BaseT Ethernet, and 256KB of cache.