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Dell Vostro 410 Tower
5.2 out of 10

Dell Vostro 410 Tower

Total Performance For small businesses who require processing Read more

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Overall 8
8.0

Expert Review

ComputerShopper
9 June 2008
  • Excerpt: Dell expands its business-angled line of desktops with the performance-oriented Vostro 410, which offers a lot of power to match its fringe benefits.
  • Pros: Increased expandability, Good overall performance, Ample support and services included
  • Cons: Slot-based expansion marginal at best
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Overall 8
8.0

Dell Vostro 410

PC Magazine
28 May 2008
  • Conclusion: The Dell Vostro 410 is a powerful PC for small businesses. A single business user will be happy with the high-end performance, added features, and no bloatware.
  • Pros: Minimal bloatware. Lots of expansion space. Quad-core performance. High-powered 3D. 15-month Internet Security subscription. Windows XP, or XP plus Vista discs to upgrade, are options.
  • Cons: One-year warranty. A little pricey. Could be more energy efficient. Included online storage is only one year.
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Overall 8
7.5

Dell Vostro 410

ZDNet
17 July 2008
  • Summary: The Vostro 410 scores highly on upgrade potential, performance and value, it's just a pity the energy efficiency is all spin.
  • Pros: Strong performance, Good value for money, Plenty of space for upgrades, If black is your colour, you'll like the design, Lots of USB ports
  • Cons: Wireless Bluetooth keyboard and mouse, Pre-installed Google Toolbar and Desktop, Energy efficiency savings is all spin
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Overall 8
8.0

Too cool for school, but not the office

Good Gear Guide.au
8 April 2008
  • Conclusion: This PC is worthy of consideration if you want something zippy and good-looking, not to mention easy to maintain and upgrade, for the office.
  • Pros: Standard ATX case, quad-core CPU, four USB ports on the front, looks stylish
  • Cons: Could use more PCI Express slots, runs 667MHz RAM instead of 800MHz, doesn't have eSATA, USB ports are not flush with the front panel and could be awkward to use if the unit is placed at floor level
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