Dell announced new Latitude laptops for businesses today, along with a bunch of new Precision mobile workstations. Of course, businesses need desktop PCs as well, so the company announced a range of new OptiPlex PCs, including the 7460 AiO, the 7760 AiO, and the 5060 Micro.
The two new all-in-one PCs include narrow bezels, as you can see from the image above. And the larger, 27-inch OptiPlex 7760 comes with up a 4K UHD resolution, while the 23.80inch OptiPlex 7460 comes in 1080p only, with touch and non-touch options.
They both include Intel's eighth-generation desktop processors, ranging from a Core i3 to a Core i7. The i3 is quad-core, while the i5 and the i7 are hexa-core; however, only the i7 is hyperthreaded. For graphics, you'll be able to get an optional Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 with 4GB GDDR5.
The OptiPlex 5060 Micro comes with Intel's 8th-gen T-series chips, which are 35W instead of 65W. The PC can also be configured with Nvidia or AMD graphics, and up to 64GB RAM.
Since these are business PCs, Dell is touting security, as they include Dell Data Guardian, Dell Endpoint Security Suite, and more.
All of the new Dell OptiPlex PCs will be made available on May 22, with the 7460 AiO starting at $1,129, the 7760 AiO starting at $1,299, and the 5060 Micro starting at $599.99.