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Dell intros the OptiPlex 160 Tiny Desktop Computer; it's a nettop

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Dell is jumping into the world of tiny Intel Atom-powered desktops with the OptiPlex 160. There really isn’t anything fancy or special about this nettop. It lacks an optical drive but has the standard Atom CPU, Gigabit Ethernet, Wifi, and a trio of hard drive options including a 160GB HDD, 64GB SSD, or 20GB “Ultra Performance” drive. Prices start out $536 for the base model, which when compared to other similar spec’d nettops, indicate that you are clearing paying a Dell tax — or they are setting these up for a big ‘sale.’

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