Dell Inspiron 660s i660s-2002BK Desktop (Black)

July 26, 2013 - Comment

Small in stature, but big in features, the space-saving Inspiron 660s helps you quickly connect to your friends, family and multimedia. Dell Inspiron 660s Desktop: Small size. Big impression. The space-saving Inspiron™ 660s helps you quickly connect to your friends, family and multimedia.Processor: Intel® Pentium® G2020 processor (2.9GHz)Memory (RAM): 4GBStorage (hard drive): 500GB (7200 RPM)Optical

Small in stature, but big in features, the space-saving Inspiron 660s helps you quickly connect to your friends, family and multimedia.

Dell Inspiron 660s Desktop: Small size. Big impression.

The space-saving Inspiron™ 660s helps you quickly connect to your friends, family and multimedia.Intel® Pentium® processorProcessor: Intel® Pentium® G2020 processor (2.9GHz)Memory (RAM): 4GBStorage (hard drive): 500GB (7200 RPM)Optical drive: 16x DVD+RWColor: BlackDell P/N: i660s-2002BK

Dell Inspiron 660s Desktop: Power, save, and connect.

Power your projects.From term papers to social networking, your priorities are easier to tackle with Intel® Pentium® processors, Windows® 8 operating system and 4GB of memory.

Save your space.The Inspiron 660s packs full-size technology into a compact tower. Experience advanced performance from a desktop PC that won’t take over your desk.

Get connected.Make the Inspiron 660s your communications hub. With two USB 3.0 and six USB 2.0 ports, an 8-in-1 media card reader and HDMI capabilities, connecting to cameras, MP3 players, printers and other peripherals and accessories is quick and easy.

Dell Inspiron 660s Desktop: Dominate and maximize.

Dominate the Internet.The Inspiron 660s puts you in the fast lane to the web with integrated 802.11b/g/n WiFi. Email, your social networks and everything else is just a few quick clicks away.

Max out your media.With room for even the most impressive digital media collection, the Inspiron 660s has impressive hard drive capacity options to store your music, movies, photos, videos and more.

Dell Inspiron 660s Desktop: Complete the experience.

Complete your Inspiron 660s experience.Your Inspiron 660s comes pre-loaded with Skype™ for video chatting, McAfee Anti-Virus and lots more.

Dell Inspiron 660s Desktop

Inspiron 660s (i660s-2002BK)
at a glance…Processor: Intel® Pentium® G2020 processor (2.9GHz, 3MB cache)Operating system: Windows® 8Memory (RAM): 4GB DDR3 SDRAM (1600 MHz)Storage (hard drive): 500GB SATA (7200 RPM), 3.5″Optical drive: Tray Load Drive, 16x DVD+RWVideo graphics: Integrated Intel® HD GraphicsMedia card reader: 8-in-1Audio: Integrated 5.1 audioPreinstalled software: McAfee® SecurityCenter (30-day trial), Cyberlink Media Suite EssentialsIncluded hardware: Dell USB keyboard and USB optical mouse (wired)
i660s-2002BK datasheet
(PDF, 1.4MB)i660s-2002BK datasheet

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Comments

L. Brooks says:

Works perfectly I bought another version of this computer for myself a few months ago. It runs perfectly for gaming and internet. I bought this one for my daughter. It runs perfectly for her needs: watching videos and playing games. It has usb ports and a disk drive, the fan isn’t noisy.It doesn’t come with Office, but there is an app that will take you right to the purchase screen for download if you happen to need Office.As for Windows 8, which is not what is being reviewed, just watch a tutorial before you buy or while you set up your new computer. It looks a bit intimidating, but it’s not. If you truly dislike the Windows 8 apps screen, just bypass it and use the familiar desktop screen instead.I think this machine is a very good deal for the price.

Marc says:

Great little machine Works great for my media server, runs blu-ray, 3d and anything else I can throw at it. I also love windows 8 (even though it said it came with Windows 7)

Kbarr says:

Overall great Overall I’m pleased with this desktop. My only complaint is that the McAfee it comes with as a trial version on (which I do not want to purchase the full version of) is extremely invasive and tends to pop up reminders or the web browser while I’m in the middle of something, I will have to figure out how to disable the program. Otherwise the graphics are great, it runs anything I throw at it quickly and with ease.

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