The Dell Inspiron Desktop Micro is a small computer with Intel Celeron or Pentium J2900 and J1800 running Windows 8.1 with Bing.

Today it is no longer necessary to have a bulky PC to perform the majority of desktop applications. Users who do not want to buy a notebook can choose the new Dell Inspiron Desktop Micro. These mini computers are obviously not suited to the game or video editing, but can be used for the classical office tasks. The US producer two different configurations based on Intel processors, both with Windows 8.1 with Bing.

The Dell Inspiron Desktop Micro has the shape of a parallelepiped of black color. Design and dimensions are very similar to those of the Chromebox of the same company, but Chrome OS has been replaced by the Microsoft operating system that, almost certainly, will be upgraded to Windows 10. The only difference between the two models is the processor: Intel Celeron J1800 (1 MB cache, up to 2.58 GHz) or Intel Pentium J2900 (2 MB cache, up to 2.67 GHz). The remaining specifications provide 2 GB of RAM DDR3L to 1,600 MHz, Intel HD Graphics GPU and 32GB SSD.

Both also incorporate three USB 2.0 ports, a USB 3.0 port, HDMI and DisplayPort outputs, module Bluetooth 4.0 and WiFi 802.11ac dual band, SD card reader, headphone jack and Ethernet port. The size of the storage and supply of RAM is not high, but it is possible to upgrade or connect an external hard drive. Dell also offers 20 GB of free storage on Dropbox for a year.

The version with Intel Celeron costs $ 179, while the one with Intel Pentium is priced at $ 229. Dell also offers bundled with keyboard, mouse and monitor at prices between 200 and 380 dollars.