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Standard Computer Builds

Description of standard Windows and Mac computer builds available to Cornell staff.


We offer standard configurations of Apple and Windows laptops and desktops. Please see the list below. If these systems do not meet your needs, please include a business case and a manager's approval with your request. 

Windows Systems

See our System Specifications article for technical details. Visit Cornell's eShop Dell Punchout for the latest prices and configuration options.

Desktop

Dell Optiplex 5050 - This system comes in three Form Factors: Micro, Small, and Mini-Tower.
The specifications and price are the same for all three. Does not include monitor.

Laptop

Dell Latitude 7390 - A 13" screen and 2.9 pound weight.

Dell Latitude 7490 - A 14" screen and 3.5 pound weight.

Dell Latitude 7390 2 in 1 – A 13” Touch Screen laptop with stylus. 3.2 pounds.

External Display and Accessories

Dell UltraSharp 24 Monitor - U2415 24" Widescreen Monitor, HDMI, DisplayPort, Mini DisplayPort inputs.

Dell USB-C Dock – WD15. For use with Dell Latitude laptops listed above.

Mac Systems

See our System Specifications article for technical details. Visit Cornell's eShop Dell Punchout for the latest prices and configuration options.

Desktop

iMac - 27" screen

Laptop

MacBook Pro 15 - 15" High-resolution display, Touch-ID, 4.5 pounds. USB-C ports only.

MacBook Pro 13 - 13" High-resolution display, Touch-ID, 3.0 pounds, USB-C ports only.

External Display and Accessories

Dell UltraSharp 24 Monitor - U2415 24" Widescreen Monitor, HDMI, DisplayPort, Mini DisplayPort inputs. 

SMK Link USB-C Hub - To connect one hdmi display, ethernet, Usb-a.

USB-C to Ethernet - To connect the network over a wire.

USB-C to VGA - To connect to VGA monitor or projector.

USB-C to HDMI multiport adapter - To connect an external monitor, to USB-A, and to USB-C.

USB-C to USB-A – Connect legacy style USB devices.

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