After the announcement last week of the failure of HP webOS devices, HP has gone back to what it knows and unveiled a new all-in-one desktop PC system. The new HP Compaq 8200 Elite launched this week offers a wide range of configuration options allowing you to tailor the all-in-one desktop specifications to your exact requirements.
The Compaq 8200 Elite can be equipped with an Intel 2nd generation Core vPro Processor of your power choice, supported by up to 8GB of RAM. Its display is a HD LCD monitor with 1920 x 1080 resolution; 1000:1 contrast ratio; 250 nits typical image brightness; 160 degrees vertical viewing angle; and 170 degrees horizontal viewing angle.
Graphics power is provided by an Integrated Intel HD Graphics 2000/3000 and the systems can be fitted with an optional Intel 802.11a/b/g/n wireless 6205 PCIe minicard, together with any flavour of Windows 7 you desire or FreeLnx.
The new HP Compaq 8200 Elite is now available to order directly from the HP website starting at $999. For a full list of the available specification and hardware options jump over to the HP website.
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