The new OptiPlex portfolio of towers and All-in-Ones are designed targeting the latest businesses.
Dell has launched a new family of OptiPlex All-in-Ones (AIO) and OptiPlex Family Towers featuring space-saving form factors and 8th-Gen Intel processors. The new OptiPlex portfolio of towers and All-in-Ones are designed targeting the latest businesses.
The portfolios of OptiPlex products launched include:
OptiPlex 7760 AIO features a 27-inch InfinityEdge with optional glare-free 4K Ultra HD with HDR and High-Gamut sRGB or Full HD IPS with a touch display. It comes loaded with Intel Integrated HD Graphics 630 and an optional NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050, 4GB GPU. The AIO also comes with quad mic array with Waves Maxx technology.
OptiPlex 7460 AIO comes with a 23.8-inch InfinityEdge display providing an overall smaller footprint while optimising screen space with edge-to-edge Full HD IPS display technology and numerous port options. The AIO also offers a 2.5-inch 2TB 5400rpm SATA Hard Disk Drive, optional Intel Optane Memory 16GB and dual storage and RAID support. In addition, Dell is offering consumers with an optional 2.0MP 1080P FHD or Infrared Pop-up Webcam that supports Windows.
OptiPlex Tower, Small Form Factor and Micro desktops are packed with 8th-Gen Intel Core processors and up to 64GB of DDR4 memory. The OptiPlex XE3, available in Tower and Small Form Factor, is acclaimed to be an industrial-grade desktop with enterprise-class performance. The XE3 promises to operate in extreme temperatures and is resistant to shock and vibration and is available with optional dust filters.
The OptiPlex 7060 and 5060 Tower, Small Form Factor and Micro desktops are offered in next-generation AMD, Integrated Intel HD, Dual AMD Radeon, NVIDIA graphics options that can power up to three monitors simultaneously. It claims to be sustainably built, MIL-STD 810G tested form factor plus lockable cable covers and chassis intrusion switch.
The OptiPlex 3060 – the business desktop is said to be a compact workstation. Available in Tower, Small Form Factor and Micro form factors – with multiple mounting options, this tool-less designed system offers up to 32GB DDR4 memory. It supports Dell Data Security and TPM 2.0 that promises to keep your work secure.
With the latest OptiPlex portfolio, Dell claims that it has added new enhancements to Dell Data Guardian and Dell Encryption for additional security.
Dell Data Guardian now includes added support for an organisation’s existing data classification structures that promise to deliver enforcement and controls beyond a company’s network. It also protects many file types, including in-house, proprietary applications, in addition to standard Office and commonly-used file types like PDF.
Organisations can also safeguard their most critical files by setting access permissions inside or outside IT ecosystems, adding on-screen watermarks for an additional level of security and enabling controls that extend to file usage and sharing.
Dell Encryption is a flexible data-at-rest solution that’s now available in a choice of file-based or full-disk encryption — or both for a dual encryption solution.
Checkout all the newly AIOs and OpetiPlex Family towers here.