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Dell Inspiron Micro Desktop PC (Manufacturer Refurbished)
As its name suggests, this Inspiron PC takes all the hardware and capabilities of a traditional desktop tower and fits them into a smaller frame. While you save space on your desk, you’ll also be able to quickly multitask thanks to a speedy dual-core processor. The computer’s six USB ports and single HDMI input grant further flexibility when connecting it to peripherals.
Solid-State Drive: Speed and Reliability
The built-in solid-state drive (SSD) performs the same duties of a traditional hard-disk drive, but up to 100 times faster. Unlike hard-disk drives, SSDs don’t rely on moving parts to write, store, and retrieve data; instead, they use flash memory chips that can boot up your computer and launch apps in mere seconds. Without the moving parts, SSDs are also lighter, take up less space within your computer, and are less susceptible to damage and data loss from computer bumps.
Speedy Data Transfers with USB 3.0
A USB 3.0 SuperSpeed port transfers files to and from your computer at more than 10 times the speed of USB 2.0, which is especially helpful when you have a gigantic project on a flash drive, or you want to backup all of your files to an external hard drive. If your connected device uses USB 2.0, the port can still move bits and bytes with no sweat at 2.0 speeds, thanks to its backwards compatibility.
- Product number: 3050
- Operating system: Windows 10 Home
- Processor: 2.41GHz Intel Celeron J1800 dual-core
- Graphics processor: integrated Intel HD graphics
- RAM: 2GB DDR3
- Storage: 32GB solid-state drive
- Optical drive: no
- Memory card slot: microSD
- WiFi: 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
- Bluetooth: version 4.0 + HS
- Ports: 3 USB 3.0, 3 USB 2.0, 1 HDMI, and 3 microphone inputs
- Keyboard and mouse: not included
- Weight: 1.3lb.
- Product dimensions: 2.07”x5.16”x5.16”
- Condition: manufacturer refurbished
Michael Dell has always been a little bit ahead of the pack. At the age of 16, he was running a personal stamp auction and newspaper subscription service, earning more money than his high school Economics teacher. As a freshman at the University of Texas, he was building and selling computers while his classmates were busy dissecting the latest Air Supply record. By 27, Dell had earned a ranking on the Fortune 500, the youngest CEO to do so.
Dell’s drive for innovation became the core that powered Dell Inc. His belief that “technology is about enabling human potential” helped cement the company as the cornerstone of the PC revolution, especially once the advent of the Internet kickstarted the brand’s enthusiastic embrace of online sales and customer service. Today, Dell remains a reliable name in PC desktops, laptops, and accessories for work or home, especially with the company’s unique customizable features.