This Refurbished Dell OptiPlex 745 is designed to meet the needs of a wide variety of business users. The energy-efficient and fully customizable 745 can scale to suit your business and is supported by a full set of relevant features and technologies. Customized deployment, remote management and flexible security features can help you simplify your operations and increase your productivity while still providing great value. The OptiPlex 745 is the perfect business system to give you the features you need at the price you want. Save Energy, Save Costs The Energy Star-compliant OptiPlex 745 is extremely energy efficient. With the new Energy Smart configuration, OptiPlex default power settings exceed the worldwide mutually recognized Energy Star standard, which means that each desktop is designed to further reduce power consumption and energy costs, right out of the box. This high level of power management, combined with Power Factor Correcting power supplies, flat panel displays, Intel® CoreTM2 Duo processors and thermally efficient BTX chassis designs, means that the OptiPlex 745 uses up to 70% less power than previous generations of OptiPlex desktops, so it helps you conserve your resources and the earth’s resources at the same time.
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Model: Dell OptiPlex 745 SFF – Core 2 Duo 2.33GHz – 4GB RAM – 250GB HDD – Networking: Ethernet & WiFi – Slots: (1) low-profile PCI, (1) low-profile pcie x16 graphics – Ports: 8 x USB 2.0, 1 x serial, 1 x parallel, 1 x VGA, 1 x Ethernet (RJ-45), 2 x 3.5mm audio line-in, 2 x 3.5mm audio line-out – Power Supply: 275W
Software: Comes Pre-Installed with *NEW* Windows 7 Professional 32-Bit Operating System
What’s in The Box? Refurbished Dell OptiPlex 745 SFF with Power Cable, New ReCircuit® USB Keyboard, Mouse & Mousepad!
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