The OptiPlex SX260, from Dell Computer Corp., is the smallest desktop computer Dell has ever made. Ideally suited for space-conscious customers (such as schools), the SX260 weighs less than eight pounds and measures less than 10 inches long and wide. It easily can be mounted horizontally or vertically underneath a desk, to a wall, or behind a flat-panel monitor, giving schools a great deal of flexibility.

The system’s hot-swappable media bay accommodates any module from Dell’s Latitude C-Family of notebook computers, allowing users to share modules—such as a CD-RW drive—from a mix of Latitude and SX260 systems. The SX260’s security...

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