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Dell OptiPlex XE Desktop Computer - Intel Celeron Processor 440 (2.0GHz, 512K, 800MHz FSB)

Dell OptiPlex XE Desktop Computer - Intel Celeron Processor 440 (2.0GHz, 512K, 800MHz FSB)
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Aug, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 3 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the design, but many are less positive about the value for money.

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On average, users rate this product 20/100.

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Not Ready for Prime Time - Dell Reps Clueless

 

When sold with the IP51 Case Enclosure for High Dust Environments and Closed Area POS applications, the system is supposed to ship with an external power button. Dell "Engineers" still have no clue about this.

Rugged case design, Quality look and feel, Backwards Compatible With Other Legacy POS Peripherals/Equipment

Over Priced at $1,600.00 ; Dell Reps and "Engineers" are unfamiliar with this product line ; IP51 "Optional" Case Accessory ships incomplete and without External Power Button which does not seem to exist

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Not Ready for Prime Time - Dell Reps Clueless

 

When sold with the IP51 Case Enclosure for High Dust Environments and Closed Area POS applications, the system is supposed to ship with an external power button. Dell "Engineers" still have no clue about this. After one month and three Dell Reps, I am...

Rugged case design, Quality look and feel, Backwards Compatible With Other Legacy POS Peripherals/Equipment

Over Priced at $1,600.00 ; Dell Reps and "Engineers" are unfamiliar with this product line ; IP51 "Optional" Case Accessory ships incomplete and without External Power Button which does not seem to exist

Consumer review by:

Not Ready for Prime Time - Dell Reps Clueless

 

When sold with the IP51 Case Enclosure for High Dust Environments and Closed Area POS applications, the system is supposed to ship with an external power button. Dell "Engineers" still have no clue about this. After one month and three Dell Reps, I am...

Rugged case design, Quality look and feel, Backwards Compatible With Other Legacy POS Peripherals/Equipment

Over Priced at $1,600.00 ; Dell Reps and "Engineers" are unfamiliar with this product line ; IP51 "Optional" Case Accessory ships incomplete and without External Power Button which does not seem to exist

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