Released in 2003, the Dell Dimension 2350 was one of the entries in the Dell company's series of entry-level desktop computers targeted at casual consumers. It has since been discontinued, with the entire Dimension line giving way to the Dell Inspiron.
The Dell Dimension 2530 had two choices of microprocessors, both from Intel. The Intel Pentium 4 ran at 1.8, 2.0, 2.4 or 2.5 GHz internally; while the Intel Celeron ran at 1.7, 2.0, 2.1, 2.2 or 2.3 GHz internally. Both ran at an external speed of 400 MHz.
Using two connectors and DDR SDRAM architecture, the Dell Dimension 2350 had memory capacities of 128, 256, or 512 MB. Users had the option of expanding memory to a maximum of 1 GB.
Audio, Video and Network
Intel provided the Dell Dimension 2350 with an integrated graphics card called 3D Extreme Graphics. The audio and 10/100 Ethernet controllers were integrated as well.
Ports and Connectors
The ports and connectors of the Dell Dimension 2350 included six USB 2.0 inputs, two at the front panel and four at the back panel; two 6-pin mini-DIN connectors for the keyboard and mouse; RJ-45 connector for computer networking, line-in, line-out and microphone jacks.
Size and Weight
Weighing 23 lbs., the Dell Dimension 2350 was around 15-inches high, 7-inches wide and 17-inches thick.