Dell 3240 21.5" i7, 256GB SSD AIO Desktop

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Dell 3240 21.5" i7, 256GB SSD AIO Desktop
Price: $599.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 3-5 business days. (Friday, Feb 02 to Wednesday, Feb 07) + transit
Condition: Refurbished

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Specs say “USB Keyboard and mouse” but the photo makes it look like they are wireless/Bluetooth. I assume the specs are correct.

Yes. We use stock photos and manufacturers love to remove cords from photos. These are wired.

Is this thing wall-mountable?

Anything is wall mountable if you try hard enough.

Is the SSD replaceable? By that I mean, can it be replaced with another drive, OR an additional drive? How difficult is that with this system?

Looking aroud the web, it looks like the SSD and the memory are easily accessable through a door in the back.

There’s information on removing the VESA mount in the manuals, but it looks like the mount is under the back cover. Like the guy before, I can’t get a definitive answer if this would be wall mountable. That’s a show-stopper for me.

This looks like a good deal in a solid AIO.

Funny thing, the Dell site (https://goo.gl/EiNBNS) doesn’t list the I7 as one of the processor options.

Is there a way to plug in a printer to this computer

http://topics-cdn.dell.com/pdf/optiplex-3240-aio_owner’s%20manual_en-us.pdf

Most printers these days are USB. This has plenty of USB ports.

SPEC call for 6 USB ports, so yes.