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Dell rolls out energy-efficient commercial PC OptiPlex 755

Dell rolls out energy-efficient commercial PC OptiPlex 755

PC maker Dell announced yesterday that it will be rolling out an energy-efficient desktop model called the OptiPlex 755.
The hardware also adds to Dell's environmental leadership with Energy Star 4.0 compliance, the vendor said.
"Our commitment to customers is to eliminate complexity throughout the life cycle of their IT assets," said Frank Wu, Dell Taiwan country manager.
"We designed the OptiPlex 755 to be the most flexible and versatile business desktop available to date with innovations in systems management, eco-design and services."
The OptiPlex 755 will help simplify IT by reducing the number of desk side service visits required for system service and maintenance. Dell is also integrating Intel vPro technology with advanced remote management features that help drive business efficiency, it added.
Customers now have the ability to manage systems that are powered down or have no operating system, reducing time spent on patch deployment by up to 94 percent and desk-side service visits by up to 56 percent.
The OptiPlex 755 allows customers to choose the right solution for their environment with room to grow as a result of its being the only major PC vendor to offer customers a flexible upgrade path from ASF (Alert Standard Format) to vPro (which combines chips with software to make it easier to manage and protect large number of computers) within the same platform, said the PC maker.
The company will also be providing Dell Client Manager Standard, a management console that is available at no charge for the life of the deployment, and support for industry-leading management solutions from companies such as Altiris, Microsoft and LanDesk that integrate hardware and software administration.
"When desk-side visits are necessary, the number of steps required to remove and replace components on OptiPlex desktops is half that of similar Hewlett Packard desktops," Dell said.
The PC maker is also seeing green.
The OptiPlex 755 delivers on Dell's commitment to be the "most green technology vendor" in the industry with products and services that reduce carbon emissions through energy efficiency.
"The company currently leads the industry with a comprehensive lineup of Energy Star 4.0 compliant commercial products," Dell boasted.
The OptiPlex 755, along with other Dell products, is also available with Energy Smart power settings that can lower energy costs by up to 78 percent.
The OptiPlex 755 is available today and starts at NT$27,410, the vendor said.


Updated : 2021-07-31 17:54 GMT+08:00