Dell OptiPlex 9010 review


All-in-One (AIO) computers are very reasonable for businesses, offering space-saving design, energy savings, and minimal inconvenient cabling (especially if you use a wireless keyboard and mouse). However, some designs are more accessible and scalable than others, and getting into the Dell OptiPlex 9010 is much harder than, for example, the HP Z1 Workstation.

Design

The OptiPlex 9010 is built to about 23 inches. Full HD screen (1920 x 1080 pixels) and anti-glare coating suitable for the office. The LED-backlit display – which offers good brightness but moderate viewing angles (especially on the vertical screen) – is housed in a slightly opaque black frame 3 cm above the sides and up to 7 cm M spreads at the bottom.

The base is a sturdy aluminum metal that provides a sufficient slope to further service the table/chair arrangements. The hinge is strong enough to hold the screen in place as well. The general impression of the design is understated and commercial: the Apple iMac is not, but neither is it irreplaceable.

The OptiPlex 9010 is a 23-inch Dell. All-In-One system with security features and business-class management.

The dimensions of the system unit are 57.4 cm wide, 38.6 cm high and 6.8 cm deep and its weight is 7.6 kg, while the base is 22 cm deep and adds another 2.4 kg weight. This camera is not lightweight, but the OptiPlex 9010 is fully portable for short distances.

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There are ports and slots around the system: a multi-format flash card reader, two USB 3.0 ports, and a pair of audio jacks on the left. On / Off key, on-screen display control buttons and optical drive on the right; And power input, VGA and HDMI ports, an RJ-45 (Ethernet) port and 6 USB ports (four USB 2.0 and two USB 3.0) on the back, with an audio jack (output line) and PS / 2 mouse and port Everything is available on the keyboard.

Performance

This AIO Dell device comes with a third-generation Intel Quad Core i7-3770s processor.

For ordinary users, the processor is very useful and they can have a satisfactory performance with this product.

But having a third-generation processor, this product does not meet the expectations of gamers or high users.

The frequency of this processor is 3.10 GHz. This quad-core processor is able to provide users with stable and moderate performance.

It has no external graphics card slots, so it runs on integrated Intel HD 4000 graphics. The GPU is enough to play full HD video but not a 4K video.

This Dell device runs on a professional 64-bit Windows 10 operating system. Ordinary and average users are satisfied with the satisfactory performance of the Dell Optiplex 9010 AIO.

Memory and RAM

Storage and RAM are considered to be two vital components of any desktop, and this Dell Optiplex 9010 AIO has a great combination of them.

This Dell product comes with 2TB HDD storage and 8GB PC RAM. Although SSD storage is not available in this product, the storage space is very fast and provides good performance to its users.

This huge storage capacity in commercial places is also very useful. RAM capacity may disappoint many users, but it is enough for normal tasks.

Ports and connections

The company has connected many useful ports to this AIO device to ensure a secure connection to users.

There are 4 USB 2.0 ports in this device. It also has 4 USB 3.0 ports. The VGA port and HDMI port are both available in this premium device. It also has a wireless Bluetooth connection and Wi-Fi. Users do not have a connection problem on the device.

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Technical Details

Processor‎3.4 GHz core_i7
RAM‎16 GB DDR3
Hard Drive‎256 GB flash_memory_solid_state
Graphics Coprocessor‎Intel GMA 2500
Chipset Brand‎Intel
Brand‎Dell
Series‎Optiplex
Item model number‎9010.i7
Hardware Platform‎Windows
Operating System‎Windows 10 Pro
Item Weight‎14 pounds
Product Dimensions‎13 x 13 x 4.2 inches
Item Dimensions LxWxH‎13 x 13 x 4.2 inches
Processor Brand‎Intel
Processor Count‎4
Computer Memory Type‎DDR3 SDRAM
Flash Memory Size‎256 GB
Hard Drive Interface‎Serial ATA
Technical Details

Conclusion


The Dell Optiplex 9010 All-in-One Touch is a commendable blow to the more corporate and PC version of the iMac. It’s still quite stylish, and the touch screen will appeal to certain applications – perhaps a graphic display or an optimized point-of-sale system with a touch screen.

It also makes life a little easier with Windows 8. Best of all, priced at over 1000 1,000, it’s not too expensive, especially when you consider that the 21.5-inch iMac for the base model starts at 99 1,099, although the latter has separate graphics. The Dell Optiplex 9010 All-in-One Touch has a lot of potential as a very stylish corporate desktop that saves space.

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