HP Compaq dc7800 Desktop PC ~ GAMES AND GADGETS

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Wednesday, January 30, 2008

HP Compaq dc7800 Desktop PC

HP has recently introduced the first desktop PC with a solid state hard drive, the HP Compaq dc7800 Desktop PC. Solid State hard drives are what PCs and laptops are becoming since solid state drives have no moving parts and could actually increase the boot-up time for your PC. This feature on the HP Compaq dc7800 will make it appeal to those individuals always in a hurry and have no time to waste waiting for their PCs to boot up.

According to HP, the HP Compaq dc7800 is one the smallest desktop PCs around, forty six percent smaller than other models and also has low power consumption. Though the HP Compaq dc7800 is small, its design is not really sexy or beautiful. Hate the ridges.

The basic configuration or specifications of the HP Compaq dc7800 are: Intel Pentium Dual Core E2160 processor, 1GB DDR2 RAM, 80GB SATA hard disk drive, and a DVD ROM drive. You can upgrade to the 16GB SATA solid state hard drive by adding $330 and you can also change your processor to an Intel Core 2 Duo processor.

The HP Compaq dc7800 will start selling February of 2008 and has a starting price of $729 for the basic configuration (no solid state drive).

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