|Standing screen display size||0.1|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel UHD Graphics 630|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||12 GB|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||4|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||4|
|National Stock Number||884116363422|
Dell Inspiron Desktop 3880 - Intel Core i5 10th Gen, 12GB Memory, 512GB Solid State Drive, Windows 10 Pro, 2 Year On-Site (Latest Model) - Black
|Operating System||Windows 10 Pro|
|CPU Model||Core i5|
|Processor Speed||4.3 GHz|
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- Includes: KB 216 Keyboard and Wired Mouse
- Reclaim your workspace with a footprint that’s 14% smaller than the previous gen
- Easy connection with front side media card reader and Type A USB ports
- Run multiple apps faster and enjoy sharp, high-quality visuals with Intel UHD Graphics 630 shared graphics memory
- 2 Year Onsite Service after remote diagnosis
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Computing power, condensed
Indisputable performance in a 16% smaller package than the previous Inspiron desktop.
More multitasking: Run multiple apps faster and enjoy sharp, high-quality visuals with Intel UHD Graphics 630 shared graphics memory.
Easy connection with front side media card reader and Type A USB ports.
Open to expandability
Ensure the ability to grow and extend PC life with a 260W power supply.
It’s easier than ever to find a space for this small desktop with a profile reduced from 17L to 14.8L.
Don’t settle: Trade a space-saving, expandable design that doesn’t compromise on desktop experience.
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|CPU Speed||4.3 GHz||3.50 GHz||4.8 GHz||4.3 GHz|
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The enclosure is as advertised - it's smaller than a typical Mini ATX, and could even fit on a 12" deep bookshelf if you didn't mind squishing the cables on the back slightly. The side panel is attached with two captured knurled thumbscrews for tool-free removal.
On the inside, you can see how they achieved the space savings. There's only one full-length PCIe and one short PCIe slot. I'm guessing the second one is for a second SSD, because here's something kinda quirky: although the back plane appears to have four removable dust screens (you know, for four expansion cards), only the one adjacent to the blue PCIe slot is actually removable. If you look closely at the photos, you can see this.
For today's non-CAD, non-rendering workstations, this is actually a good thing, because it allows for significant manufacturing cost reductions while allowing for the most common upgrades, more storage space and an upgraded graphics card. Likewise, only having two memory slots is perfectly suitable to most configuration scenarios for this box, because of the high capacity of today's DIMMs (memory modules). Why pay for slots you don't need?
One thing I was a little surprised about, as otherwise this box looks to be configured for office use, is the lack of a physical speaker. There are TRRS ports on the front and back (TRRS, or tip-ring-ring-sleeve, can accept and auto-detect headphone, microphone, or combination headsets in a single jack), and built-in Bluetooth, so I'm guessing that most users are expected to use either wired or wireless external speakers and mic.
The built-in Wi-Fi adapter works on both 2.4GHz and 5GHz spectra, and seems to get similar signal reception to my external-antenna Wi-Fi card on the other PC in the room, so the antenna configuration is good. I do have it on top of a desk, so there's not a lot of obstruction, but it's doing fine about 25' and one floor away from the access point.
As for processing power, you're getting a single CPU with 12 cores, so you're probably good for most of the tasks you're going to throw at this thing, unless you're into bitcoin mining or something else, but if you are, I'm sure you've done your research and know what you're getting into. If not, well, that's a discussion for a different time.
As for video, you are using Intel embedded graphics with a single HDMI or VGA output - why you would want to use VGA nowadays is beyond me. I got an HDMI to DVI converter and have it hooked up to a trusty Acer 24" LED-LCD running 1920x1280 with no problems at all.
One other thing that was striking to me was that the PSU is on the bottom of the case, instead of the typical top. I always thought the PSU went on the top to keep heat from rising into the cards/CPU area above, but this one is enclosed and ventilated straight out the back, so you get a little better balance with the weighty power electronics at the base instead of the top. Nice idea, really, just new to an old guy like me who is used to 800W power supplies on Full ATX cases from the 1990s.
Boot-up is via a physical round button on the front. All the exernal LEDs are cool white, adding a modern and distinctive feel. There is no noise on startup - the only fans in the unit are for the CPU and PSU, and neither powers to full on boot. In fact, I haven't heard them at all yet.
Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connections went without a hitch. There were a few Windows updates, but nothing out of the ordinary (Feature Update 1909 hadn't been installed, that was the big one), and they all ran without errors.
Finally, there's some typical bloatware like McAfee, which I personally always delete, and built-in-but-removable Windows stuff like Mail which I eschew for Outlook (work) or Gmail (personal), and the ever-present prompt to subscribe to Office365 - but all in all, not a lot, so thanks to Dell for that.
This is a good little box! It's more than adequate for all my daughter's school uses, and would be a fine work-from-home computer for anyone not requiring anything truly high-demand (CAD, rendering, virtual machines). I'd get another one if I needed it. I might have docked 1/2 star for the missing speaker and quirky back plane, but (a) the speaker really wasn't a big deal once I thought about it and (b) I'm sure the back plane decision was so they could use this chassis for multiple mainboard configurations.
The DELL unit DOES NOT come with Monitor, Speakers or CD/DVD Drive. There is a front slot provision but no drive installed. There is minimal instruction supplied with the unit. One pamphlet of Regulatory and Warranty information. The other pamphlet is pictorial only of what the different inputs and outputs are identified and hookup information.
The Keyboard and Mouse both used USB connections plugging into the rear of the main PC Computer chassis. The Monitor plugged in with a HDMI Cable. I tested with two different monitors. I hot swapped the monitors with no issues. Both came up automatically in 16:9 mode. The Audio connection worked flawlessly.
The Set-Up and Registration was straight forward “ Follow the prompt “. After I used the computer a few days the DELL SUPPORT ASSISTANT showed up as a Pop up. This allows for a system analysis to bring the computer current plus correct any issues. I started the Analysis and the Support Assistant performed the checks. At the end this computer required eight updates which were shown. Choice can be made for some or all. I chose all and the update was completed. In the My Dell section the manual is available.
I used the SDX Card slot to upload pictures. An error notice showed with a window to click for fix. There was also an optional photo app loaded to help sort pictures. Once I moved past the error message and the photo app I selected upload all. All ( over 1500 ) of the pictures on the card were uploaded. The screen stays white during the transfer process. A notice is received when the transfer is completed. The card slot is right in front and very convenient. It is a push in/ push out usage slot.
So far I like the computer very much. It is responsive. It works. It has NOT presented any problems. The DELL Support Service function has been automatic and worked without issue or fail. There have been no problems after the updates. I have no reason not to like this system....it works as advertised!
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A very capable system right out of the box! This compact tower is great for both home and office use.
Intel 10th Gen I5 is a fast and very reliable processor - always happy to get an Intel processor in a PC.
SSD drive offers greatly improved performance - 512 GB of storage may not be huge - but its a solid state drive - boot times are under 20 seconds and overall performance feels extra snappy from greatly improved access times versus a traditional disk drive.
12 GB of DDR4 RAM is plenty for most applications, streaming video and video games. The onboard video card is also adequate for most - hard core gamers may want to upgrade however.
Offers Windows 10 Pro - their latest and greatest.
Really a very capable desktop - highly recommend!
A very solid PC and a great value