HP ProDesk 600 Intel 256GB Mini Desktop
Shipping Options:: $6 Standard OR $12 Two-Day
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Tuesday, Oct 02 to Wednesday, Oct 03) + transit
Condition: Factory Reconditioned
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I like to have one
It’s a slightly older model (the G2 has front-panel USB C), but still, a decent computer at a decent price.
For comparison though, it’s a 4th generation i7 - the current ones are 7th generation. This one won’t handle 4k media as gracefully as something newer. It has an M.2 slot, but this version is SATA rather than NVMe.
And for just $399.99, it can be yours.
I have hundreds of both these and the newer G3 models on my network, and have had very little issues with them.
Staff here really like them.
Is the video card changeable?
NVMe = envy me. Hmmmmmmmm.
also woot your link to the Bargain bin doesnt work.
The bargain bin link from the woot app and daily deals.
Ooops. Heh. Nothing to see here. That was a booboo.
Does anyone know if these will fit in the Vesa mounting bracket for a Lenovo Tiny PC (Lenovo ThinkCentre Tiny VESA Mount II (4XF0N03161))?
Am I reading the specs right? No wifi card?
Complaining about this being a 4th gen i7 should fall on deaf ears. What differentiates is performance. This particular i7 scores over 9000 in PassMark. This is better than many of the mini PCs that come through this site.
To put this into perspective, I still use an old Dell laptop with a 4th gen i5 on a daily basis and it more than holds its own against my 8th gen i7 work laptop.
Another comparison: I have a fanless PC with a 4th gen i3. It runs VMWare and 4 VMs simultaneously, including my home’s firewall. No problems with bandwidth. Yes, this kind of workload isn’t really for a non-business-class PC, but its performance is more than adequate.