You Get What You Pay For... And it's worth it at the price.
Gregory B. Wendland "(Vandalyzed)", Amazon
16 September 2014
Summary: Since buying this product, I have upgraded it a bit. However, this is an old product. Upgrading only goes so far. I have had no issues with this computer at all. It has done the job for me. You will definitely want to upgrade your RAM and graphics card.
Summary: These old Optiplexes are an absolute joy to crack open and work on. The machine that arrived was everything the description promised. To make matters better, it appears to have a replacement motherboard.
Summary: they send a gx260 no hard drive not a tower they said would send back some money for mistake did not not have not done anything do not need to be selling nothing.had no ram just flat out false advertisement and it was a 2.0 gig not a 2.8 gig
Summary: There was not a product key, unable to start, no paperwork with order and the unit smelled like cigarettes. I then ordered from JoySystems and received a newer PC w/in 2 days, professionally packed with paperwork- and it was cheaper with free shipping. I will be donating this Dell to Goodwill.
Summary: No one has yet mentioned the high quality of this particular model of computer. In it's day it was an enterprise model for Dell, built for and sold to businesses, organizations and governments. It was a workhorse machine, built to stand up to heavy use. I have owned one for the last six years.
Summary: The seller - Refurbished-PC, sent me something other than what I ordered. I returned it for the right one but they gave me a refund instead. I never got the computer I wanted. Could it be they never had the one they were offering?