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Dell Vostro 410

Dell Vostro 410
alaScore 84

22 reviews

Dec, 2018

We have collected and analysed 6 expert reviews and 16 user reviews from international sources. Experts rate this product 79/100 and users rate it 94/100. The average review date is 07-09-2008. We have compared these reviews to 321681 reviews from other Desktop Computers. The alaScore™ for this product is 84/100 = Very good. Last update: 10-12-2018.

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Expert review by : Elias Plastiras (goodgearguide.com.au)

Dell Vostro 410

 

Too cool for school, but not the office

Standard ATX case, quad-core CPU, four USB ports on the front, looks stylish

Could use more PCI Express slots, runs 667MHz RAM instead of 800MHz, doesn't have eSATA, USB ports are not flush with the front panel and could be awkward to use if the unit is placed at floor level

This PC is worthy of consideration if you want something zippy and good-looking, not to mention easy to maintain and upgrade, for the office.

Aug, 2008

Expert review by : Joel Santo Domingo (pcmag.com)

Dell Vostro 410

 

With its high-end performance, the Dell Vostro 410 is a powerful PC for small businesses.

Minimal bloatware. Lots of expansion space. Quad-core performance. High-powered 3D. 15-month Internet Security subscription. Windows XP, or XP plus Vista discs to upgrade, are options.

One-year warranty. A little pricey. Could be more energy efficient. Included online storage is only one year.

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May, 2008

Expert review by : Elias Plastiras (pcworld.idg.com.au)

Dell Vostro 410

 

Too cool for school, but not the office

Standard ATX case, quad-core CPU, four USB ports on the front, looks stylish

Could use more PCI Express slots, runs 667MHz RAM instead of 800MHz, doesn't have eSATA, USB ports are not flush with the front panel and could be awkward to use if the unit is placed at floor level

Aug, 2008

Expert review by : ZDNet (zdnet.com)

Dell Vostro 410

 

The Vostro 410 scores highly on upgrade potential, performance and value, it's just a pity the energy efficiency is all spin.

Strong performance, Good value for money, Plenty of space for upgrades, If black is your colour, you'll like the design, Lots of USB ports

Wireless Bluetooth keyboard and mouse, Pre-installed Google Toolbar and Desktop, Energy efficiency savings is all spin

Jul, 2008

Expert review by : Alex Serpo (zdnet.com.au)

Dell Vostro 410

 

Dell claims its Vostro 410 is an energy efficient, high performance PC for small businesses. While Dell's efficiency claims seem to be hot air, the 410 is a sleek, zippy and good value PC.

Strong performance, Good value for money, Plenty of space for upgrades, If black is your colour, you'll like the design, Lots of USB ports

Wireless Bluetooth keyboard and mouse, Pre-installed Google Toolbar and Desktop, Energy efficiency savings is all spin

The Vostro 410 scores highly on upgrade potential, performance and value, it's just a pity the energy efficiency is all spin.

Jul, 2008

Expert review by : ComputerShopper (computershopper.com)

Expert Review

 

Dell expands its business-angled line of desktops with the performance-oriented Vostro 410, which offers a lot of power to match its fringe benefits.

Increased expandability, Good overall performance, Ample support and services included

Slot-based expansion marginal at best

Jun, 2008

Consumer review (dell.com)

Nice System at a Nice Price

 

As an IT professional, this computer is the best tool I have... The price was decent, the power is incredible, and performance is amazing! You will not be dissapointed!

This system has a nice balance of features and price. Q6600, 250GB HD, both Vista and XP, DVD R/W, ATI 3450 and Gigabit NIC. System supports more than 4GB RAM and has 6 SATA ports some with RAID support.

No Spdif header on the Motherboard.

Nov, 2008

Consumer review (dell.com)

it's a beast

 

great computer. Just need to see how it holds up over time. Hard drives are definitely the bottle neck - don't get a faster processor. Bought with quad core q6600, 3GB ram, ATI 3450 HD video card (Diamond(tm) card, which registers as 512MB ram, not...

extremely powerful

None really...

Nov, 2008

Consumer review (dell.com)

A great buy for those looking forward

 

This unit was replacing a failed PC, so the lack of an IDE port was definitely painful, and it lost 1 star overall for that. The lack of a floppy drive is annoying (for me) but not too bad. If you don't need the IDE or the floppy, buy with confidence!

This has turned out to be a very fast PC with plenty of headroom for the future. When I purchased, XP Pro was included (Yay!), as was a free upgrade to a Q6600 CPU. It arrived in perfect shape despite a crushed corner courtesy of FedEx, and booted up...

With the ammount of expansion bays available (3 CD-ROM drives??), I find it somewhat disappointing that I had to chose between a floppy or a memory card reader. There are certainly enough 3.5" bays available, but only 1 that is externally available....

Nov, 2008

Consumer review (dell.com)

Very disappointing

 

As a long time normally satisfied Dell customer I am very disappointed in my experience with this system. I ordered the Vostro 410 with XP, Core Duo, 3 GB of ram and from the moment I set it up I had problems. MS Office, first 2007, then (after...

Oct, 2008