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Dell intros Vostro 460 Mini Tower with Sandy Bridge CPUs

updated 11:10 am EST, Tue January 11, 2011

Dell Vostro 460 meant for small businesses

Dell has quietly introduced a new desktop PC running on Intel's new Sandy Bridge processors, the Vostro 460. Meant for small businesses, the PC will be available with up to 3TB of storage space, 16GB of RAM and have the option of USB 3.0. The standard CPU is a 3.1GHz Core i5-2400.

An HDMI output is standard, and the desktop will have optional support for up to four monitors and ship with a 21.5-inch LED LCD.

The standard 350W power supply has enough spare power to run optional equipment, including 1GB NVIDIA GeForce or AMD Radeon HD graphics cards. Eight USB ports are standard, while Blu-ray and Wi-Fi are optional.

The Vostro 460 starts at $600 and includes 2GB of RAM and 320GB of storage space.

by MacNN Staff



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