Choosing standard business PC hardware comes down to a couple options these days if you are not performing AutoCAD or some robust graphics design work. We have broken these items down so you don’t have to. Our laptop research is posted here.
Pop Quiz – Based on the information above, what’s the one thing all these Dell computers have in common?
Answer: A subpar processor. You get what you pay for. Once purchased, individuals will complain how it is not powerful enough. Then the IT team is left troubleshooting something that can’t be troubleshot. PC’s have a bad rap because individuals buy sub $500 machines. Do you want something for today or something that will last a while?
The All in One PC and Monitor –
Dell OptiPlex 7450 All-in-one
1 x Core i5 7500 / 3.4 GHz
RAM 8 GB
SSD 256 GB
HD Graphics 630
Win 10 Pro 64-bit
Built-in monitor: LED 23″ 1920 x 1080 (Full HD)
$1220 new (check out refurbished price to the right)
Dell OptiPlex 5250 All-in-one
The Dell Optiplex 7450 is better than the Dell Optiplex 5000 series All-in-One because of the screen size and the 7450 always seems to be always be available through the Dell Outlet Store.
802.11a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 4.2 – Win 10 Pro 64-bit – vPro –
monitor: LED 21.5″ 1920 x 1080 (Full HD) – Dell Smart
This integrated all in one hardware is great for mounting on the wall at medical practices or simply placing at the front desk. The size in these specs are ideal for the monitor and the SSD hard drive. We have more robust Dell PC Reviews for Business down below.
Dell Precision – Better Computer Performance and Redundancy
Precisions can be found usually in CAD and graphics design environments. In this particular situation, the user expressed interest in a server that is also a workstation for hosting and using Quickbooks.