HP EliteDesk 800-G1 Intel i5 Mini Desktop

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HP EliteDesk 800-G1 Intel i5 Mini Desktop
Price: $299.99
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The specs say:
Front I/O Ports:
(2) USB 3.0
(1) USB Type-C
but the picture shows no USB Type-C. Which is correct? I have an older, slower model of this that I love and might upgrade especially if there is a usb type-C port in the front.

hahahaha

No wireless or Bluetooth? Internal M.2 connector for a second SSD but no internal bay to house it? No pictures of the back of the unit to visually confirm the ports? Poor post.

Hey there, we updated to be a little more clear. It has 2 USB 3.0 ports. One of the ports has fast charging, which is a Type-C capability.

https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/31PTgnhw4%2BL.jpg

??? I believe you are confusing an M.2 SSD with a 2.5 inch SATA SSD Drive. An M.2 doesn’t require a bay to house it, it is essentially the size of a stick of chewing gum that mounts virtually flush with the motherboard into an M.2 socket and is held in place with a tiny screw on the other end.

Also, adding WiFi and Bluetooth is actually pretty simple. A WiFi / BT card is easily installed in a similar fashion as the M.2 Drive and there are punchouts on the back for a pair of external antenna which you can purchase from Amazon for just a few bucks. It actually makes for a fun project.

As for pictures of the back of this machine, just Google it.

description in features says it has an integrated wireless antenna, but then in the specs it says no for wireless & bluetooth.

does this mean there’s something hardware or software related missing that won’t allow you to use the antenna? or is the description for a different product in the line?

I bought the AMD version of this unit a few weeks back. I purchased the intel WIFI card and installed it. No Dice. I found there was no antenna installed in the unit. I’m sure I could have ordered one, but it required having to tear the entire unit apart to install it. I decided to just use an external USB WIFI adapter for it. This unit might have the antenna installed internally which would just require you to order the internal WIFI card, which is easy to install. It’s about 20 bucks on Amazon.

Anybody know if the displayport ports support embedded audio output?

Good clarification. I wasn’t familiar with the M.2 spec so thanks.

You’re welcome. There is quite a lot to learn about the m.2 spec. Check out this article from arstechnica that does a good job introducing the subject.

https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2015/02/understanding-m-2-the-interface-that-will-speed-up-your-next-ssd/