Product Review: Dell OptiPlex SX270

I really like Dell’s desktop computers. It’s not so much that the computers are nice, which they are, but I like the ability to manage the computers, warranties and other things from I also find that overall they are easy to open and have access to the insides.
Although all of Dell’s computer designs are not great, like how one of their PC’s has a USB port in the front of the computer, but pointed DOWN so you have to get on your knees (if your PC is on the floor) to use it, or pull your head down to your desk (if the PC is on a desk) to get a USB cable in the port properly.
HOWEVER, the next version of the computer (a particular Dimension model) Dell got it right and made the USB port so you can plug straight into it.
News Factor writes The OptiPlex SX270 is one of Dell’s Latest News about Dell Computer only desktop computers designed solely with the business user in mind. The core components, particularly the processor Latest News about Processors, are strong. However, as is typical of such machines, many of the other components are low-end in the base configuration.
The machine offers a 2.8 GHz Pentium 4 Latest News about Pentium 4 processor with HT technology, with an 800 MHz front-side bus speed — a fine configuration for most business use. The system’s memory takes up all DIMM slots and puts the total up to 512 MB of DDR SDRAM, adequate for most business applications.