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ET deals: Dell Optiplex 9020 Micro desktop PC for $782

Desktop PCs are a powerful and affordable computing solution for the office and at home, but the bulk and weight associated with traditional towers can be a real hassle. Whether you’re cramped in a cubicle, or looking for more space on your desk, you should definitely take a look at this quad-core OptiPlex 9020 Micro from Dell. It’s small, lightweight, and shockingly powerful.

9020Inside, this miniature desktop is packing a surprising amount of power. It’s sporting a quad-core 2.2GHz Intel Core i7-4785T processor, and that includes integrated Intel HD Graphics 4600. It also features 8GB of DDR3L RAM (1600MHz) and a 128GB solid-state drive. Considering that this model is only 1.4 inches thick, that’s a lot of horsepower for such a small box.

With such a tiny footprint, you can stash this petite powerhouse just about anywhere. And since it only weighs in at about 2.82 pounds, you can easily pack it up for travel or mount it where you see fit. The options are nigh-on limitless, and the flexibility on offer here is hard to beat.

Typically, this tiny PC costs about $ 1356, but Dell is currently listing it for $ 949. And if you use coupon codes “100BIZDEAL” and “SAVE35%DEC” in tandem during the checkout process, your subtotal will drop down to just $ 781.21. That’s a whopping $ 574.50 off the retail price! And when you look at Apple’s Mac Mini, even the top of the line model can’t be configured with a quad-core CPU. For this price and form factor, this configuration is a steal.

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