STANDARD DESKTOP COMPUTERS:
• Dell OptiPlex 7040
The Dell Optiplex 7040 is available in two chassis sizes: the Mini Tower (MT) and the Small Form Factor (SFF). The combination of power and small size makes the 7040 SFF a popular desktop option for many departments. The SFF is the smaller chassis size and can be placed directly on the desk, underneath, or beside the desk. The Mini Tower is the larger of the 2 chassis and is a good choice if you need to install more internal components (i.e. scientific instrumentation controllers, extra internal drives, higher end video cards, etc.) or just prefer a larger chassis size.
• Apple iMac
For Apple users, the Apple iMac is a popular campus computer. It is available in 21.5" and 27" display sizes.
STANDARD LAPTOP COMPUTERS:
• Dell Latitude E7470 or E7270
The Latitude E7470 and E7270 laptops are slim and lightweight and come with the 6th Gen Intel Core processors. They do not include an internal optical drive (external drive is optional). The E7450 has a 14" display, while the E7250 has a 12.5" display.
• Apple MacBook Pro or MacBook Air
The Apple MacBook Pro is available in 13" and 15" displays. The MacBook Air is a smaller and lighter computer with a slightly less powerful processor compared to the MacBook Pro models. The MacBook Air display size is 13.3". External optical drives are optional on all MacBook models
STANDARD ENTERPRISE PRINTERS:
• (B/W) HP LaserJet M605dn
The HP LaserJet M605dn is the campus standard (Tier 1) black and white printer that is designed for departmental printing (preferred way of printing on campus). The M605dn is fast, with high paper input capacity, and is capable of handling confidential print jobs through the use of personal identification numbers (PIN) assignments.
• (Color) HP Color LaserJet M651dn
The HP Color LaserJet M651dn is the campus standard (Tier 1) color printer that is designed for departmental printing (preferred way of printing on campus). The M651dn is fast, with high paper input capacity, and is capable of handling confidential print jobs through the use of personal identification numbers (PIN) assignments.
If the listed printer standards do not meet your needs, please review the Alternative (Tier 2) Printer Options.