Dell OptiPlex 7070 Ultra: tiny PC tucked into a monitor stand

Dell OptiPlex 7070 Ultra: tiny PC tucked into a monitor stand 2

The Dell OptiPlex 7070 Ultra is a tiny PC shaped like a long wooden stick that slides into the back of a monitor stand, creating the first all-in-one PC with a modular design and

Dell designed this PC primarily for companies that want their open workspaces to be tidier.

Announced last Tuesday, and going on sale on September 24, the OptiPlex 7070 Ultra has a price that Dell calls `mid-range price`, about 749 USD.

In the process of choosing to buy this tiny PC, you will have to choose which stand fits it.

Some people have tried removing and installing this PC into the slot in the adjustable height stand.

Of course, you’ll need a monitor (or at most three) a monitor, mouse, and keyboard – but you probably already have those components.

Dell OptiPlex 7070 Ultra: tiny PC tucked into a monitor stand

OptiPlex 7070 Ultra parameters and features

OptiPlex 7070 Ultra is a very small PC.

Dimensions: 3.78 x 10.09 x 0.78 inches

Weight: 1.43 pounds

CPU: 8th generation Intel Core, with options from Core i3-8145U to Core u7-8445U

Graphics: Intel UHD 620

Memory: 2 memory slots, compatible 1 x 4GB RAM DDR4 2,400MHz, or 2 x 32GB (total 64GB)

Hard drive: primary drive can be a 2.5-inch SATA drive (capacity from 500GB to 1TB), including a self-encrypting 500GB hard drive;

Dell OptiPlex 7070 Ultra: tiny PC tucked into a monitor stand

Connectivity: 802.11ac with MU-MIMO, gigabit ethernet

Ports: 2 USB-C supports DisplayPort Alt Mode for direct connection to the display.

Dell OptiPlex Ultra shows a new path that all-in-one PCs can follow, opening up a future where you aren’t locked into a chosen configuration until you buy a new machine.

Reference: PCWorld

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