On the other hand, the OptiPlex 3030 utilises many of the same features as the 9030 but is suited for both the classroom and the workplace. The 3030 sports an all-in-one chassis with fourth generation Intel Core processors and a HD touchscreen, in addition to being able to run either Windows 8.1 or Ubuntu. Several security features including a lockable port cover, lock slot support and Dell's Protected Workspace solutions make the 3030 a better fit for multi-user environments than the 9030.
As performance remains to be the most important aspect employees seek in a work device and desktop PCs, according to results from Dell's Evolving Workforce Study, Dell has also launched its latest OptiPlex 9020 and 3020 Micro PCs. At 67 percent smaller than Dell's smallest desktop form factor, and with five different mounting options, the new OptiPlex 9020 and 3020 Micro PCs provide the power employees expect in a desktop that answers the needs of smaller - or more specialised - working spaces. OptiPlex 9020 Micro is ideal for environments where space is limited and security is a priority, while the OptiPlex 3020 Micro provides essential business class performance in a compact unit.
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