Thursday, December 11, 2008

Dell Introduces an Intel Atom-Powered Nettop PC: The Dell OptiPlex 160
If you thought the three-inch-wide Dell Studio Hybrid was a skinny, small-form-factor (SFF) desktop PC, then you'll be even more surprised by the skinnier, 1.85-inch-wide, SFF, Dell OptiPlex 160 "tiny desktop." Unlike the Studio Hybrid, which is meant to act as a full-function desktop computer for consumers, the OptiPlex 160 is actually a low-power nettop pc, designed for "general purpose" business use, "basic" usage (such as e-mail and Web access), and for utilizing cloud-based applications (such as Google Apps)...