Summary: Purchased from Staples on a special 6/2013. Windows 8-which was a big hassle. Has run perfectly for 18 months. Great home unit. Have never tried to connect wireless since I am 3 feet from router. Believe I could though. Has done everything else. Great monitor unit, very compact, not very portable.
The description of the computer does not include the fact ...
Roger Tallini, Amazon
21 January 2015
Summary: The description of the computer does not include the fact that no drivers are installed and that there is no DVD drive. Therefore I was unable to use the disc containing the drivers. This meant I was unable to install the drivers and could not access the Internet. I had to return the unit which required me to pay the return shipping and pay a 10% restocking fee. Had the description included the missing information I would have saved $110.35.
Summary: Original review: Drivers are not pre-installed, even though Dell confirms the drivers are all installed. During set-up, I had to install a driver just to be able to connect to the internet using an Ethernet cable, and then some other PCI drivers cannot be found. Other manufacturers load drivers onto the machine before it leaves their facility, but it appears that Dell wants to make the computer buying experience such that the user wished they had bought an Apple instead.
Summary: While it's not the most powerful office machine Dell has on offer, the OptiPlex 9020 All-in-One is a great PC for most office workers, handling day to day computing tasks with ease and bringing Windows 8 and touch to the workplace in a form factor that puts both in their most useful capacities.
Summary: I personally have four of these. One in my office, and three more reconfigured to play Call Of Duty Advanced Warfare between me and my buddies. Very solid and easy to work on, open feel inside the case. It has the ability to run dual drives in RAID format and has Intel VPro Technology.
Arrived preloaded with a custom software image that was setup ...
8 September 2014
Summary: Arrived preloaded with a custom software image that was setup with users and passwords that locked us out. Not able to get Dell support because ownership was not registered to us. Weeks later, I finally got reload image from Dell, which I had to install myself. Still have one PC that Dell refuses to register. Oh, and 9020 does not have HDMI port.
Summary: We are using these computers at San Joaquin Community Hospital and these are just amazing computers. With the processing power of the Core i5? It just makes the computer a whole lot smoother than Wyse.