Dell Inspiron 620

78
Global
Score
78

A good product that falls short of greatness.

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PC Advisor says:

Dell manages to pack in most of the features that one would want in a home/office desktop into the Inspiron 620s. While we would have liked to see a few more features in this desktop, such as USB 3.0, it is still a good choice for meeting your home/ office computing needs.
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Breakdown

Speed and features
8.0
Power consumption
6.0
Expandability
7.0
Design and form factor
7.0
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Specs

Inspiron

Type
Desktop
Bundled OS
Windows
Processor speed
3.3 GHz
Video outputs
HDMI, VGA
System RAM
4 GB
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Specs

Inspiron

Type
Desktop
Bundled OS
Windows
Processor speed
3.3 GHz
Video outputs
HDMI, VGA
System RAM
4 GB
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