HP Elite 8200 SFF i5 3.1GHz 4GB 250GB DVD Win 7

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HP Elite 8200 SFF i5 3.1GHz 4GB 250GB DVD-ROM W7

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HP Elite 8200 SFF Desktop

Ex lease business machine

Note: Re-installed & tested (excellent working condition) has some marks, wear and tear from previous use but no damage otherwise in excellent working condition. Excellent for Business, Home or students.

* Processor: Intel Core i5-2400 Processor 3.1GHz (6M Cache Intel Core processor with vPro technology)
* 4 cores @ 3.3Ghz each
* Threads: 4
* Intel Q67 Express Chipset
* Memory: 4GB DDR3 Synch DRAM
* Maximum Upgradable to 16GB
* Hard Drive: 250GB HDD
* Optical Drive: DVD-ROM
* Intel Integrated HD Graphics
* Integrated Realtek 4-channel ALC261 High Definition audio
* Broadcom LAN 10/100/1000
* High Definition Audio
* 10 USB Ports
* VGA video
* PS/2 keyboard
* PS/2 mouse
* RJ-45
* microphone/headphone jack
* line in
* line out

Software installed:
* Windows 7 Pro 64 Bit (COA Attached)
* Adobe Reader
* Antivirus
* All drivers installed

Broadband ready Just plug and play

Items Included:
HP Elite 8200 SFF Desktop
1 X Power Cable

* photo sample only

* 90 Days Hardware Warranty excludes software (RTB)

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Some Features:
HP Elite 8200 SFF Desktop has rear I/O which includes (6) USB 2.0 ports, serial port, PS/2 mouse and keyboard ports, RJ-45 network interface, DisplayPort v1.1a and VGA video interfaces, and 3.5 mm audio in/out jacks. It has Intel Q67 Express chipset.

The HP Elite 8200 SFF Desktop is a fine desktop choice for businesses who work primarily over the Web or a network (such as in the database, information analysis, or Web design fields). It lacks backward compatibility with old-school hardware like PCI cards and peripherals that connect via serial ports, but it compensates with speedy quad-core processing and forward-looking components. It’s ideal for either a startup or an enterprise department that has finally thrown off the shackles of legacy hardware.

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