Dell OptiPlex 3070

Dell OptiPlex 3070 Tower and Micro Review: A Quick Glance at the Specs and Features of This Desktop

If you don’t have much room for a regular desktop, this model is available with a “micro” tower, which takes up less surface on your table or desk, yet still comes equipped with the hardware you need for good performance and speed. Of course, it’s available as a regular size desktop as well. There are a few different configurations of the Dell OptiPlex 3070 to choose from as well, all within the $500 – $700 range.

The micro form factor tower can be mounted. There are custom mounting options including an all-in-one stand or a VESA mount. Regardless of whatever you want to use it for, this small, thin OptiPlex model adapts to your unique environment. Improve wireless performance in your home or office with the latest 802.11 ac Wave 2 Wi-Fi technology. You can stay connected to the internet at a greater distance from your router.

Stay secure with features such as chassis intrusion switches and TPM 2.0. Dell SafeBIOS helps you to work confidently, as it provides the assurance that there has been no tampering with the BIOS. Another feature, Dell SafeData gives end users the ability to smartly collaborate.

Dell OptiPlex 3070 Memory and Processor

What about the specs? Most Dell OptiPlex 3070 models come equipped with an Intel Core i3 or i5 processor (9th Generation). There is anywhere from 4GB to 8GB of memory (DDR4 2666-MHz / Non-ECC). They come with 3.5-inch hard disk drive (500GB – 1TB 7200-RPM SATA), or you can opt for a 256GB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD (Class 35). Get fast Intel Integrated graphics that can help you get through most office applications.

A Dell Multimedia Keyboard and Wired Mouse both come with these desktops. If you don’t already have your own preferred keyboard and mouse, you’ll find that these work very well, and the keyboard is easy to type on. There are tons of USB ports and other types of ports on the large tower as well as the micro tower. Connect to any nice display of your choice via the DisplayPort 1.2 or HDM i1.4.

As for slots, the Dell OptiPlex 3070 Tower comes with one PCIe x 16x, three PCIe x1, and two M.2 (1 for storage + 1 for wireless) and the small form factor comes with one PCIe x16, one PCIe x1, and two M.2 )1 for storage + 1 for wireless). The Tower weighs around 17.49 lb and the micro version weighs around 11.57 lb.

The Dell OptiPlex 3070 isn’t a series you’ll want to turn down. Take a look at some Dell promo codes to find out if any can be used for either the OptiPlex tower or micro tower.

For prices, check out the Dell page.

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