If you’re tired of keeping around a loud, bulky PC on your desk, take a look at the OptiPlex 3050 Micro from Dell. This tiny machine might not look like much, but it’s more than enough computer for everyday tasks like web browsing and e-mail. Even better, it’s incredibly affordable, so it makes for a perfect office PC.
• Dell Optiplex 3050 Micro Quad-Core Desktop PC for $569.99
This model comes with a wired keyboard and mouse combo, so all you’ll need is a monitor to hit the ground running. And since it supports both DisplayPort 1.2 and HDMI 1.4, you’ll be able to hook up to most PC monitors or HDTVs. And if you’re still using a display with VGA or DVI ports, Amazon and Monoprice will have you covered with affordable converters.
Windows 10 Pro comes installed by default, so all of Microsoft’s latest features are at your finger tips. Stream your Xbox One games in the Xbox app, find new apps in the Windows Store, browse with Microsoft Edge, and schedule tasks in a snap with the Cortana personal assistant.
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