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I'm not unhappy with this, as I primarily want a large black box that sits under a desk that will not tempt anyone and it won't sustain the accidental damage that a laptop is expose to. I would have preferred an HP mouse and an HP keyboard instead of the provided new keyboard and mouse, which appear to be the cheapest things available, but I still have my old mouse and keyboard to use, so this is not a huge issue. Initial set up was quick. Running updates and minor configuration took another hour (not bad). The inspector's checklist seemed to correspond to a different type of computer, as many of the items checked off as "pass" really were not applicable, so I won't rely on the inspection. This may have been a pricey machine when it was new on the market (the original software on it was Windows Vista downgraded to Windows XP, prior to being refurbished) and I expect it will last for a long time. There appears to be a good amount of room in the case to expand, if desired. There are a good number of ports. The power switch is recessed, so it is unlikely to power down by accident It is not flashy, but it will get the job done....
HP DC7900 2.66GHz 750GB MT Computer (Refurbished)
This HP DC7900 Minitower computer comes with an Intel Core 2 Duo 2.66GHz processor, 4GB of DDR2 memory, 750GB hard drive, DVD/CD-RW optical drive, integrated 10/100/1000 LAN and the Microsoft Windows 7 Professional operating system.
ITEM#: 14254920This HP DC7900 Minitower computer comes with an Intel Core 2 Duo 2.66GHz processor, 4GB of DDR2 memory, 750GB hard drive, DVD/CD-RW optical drive, integrated 10/100/1000 LAN and the Microsoft Windows 7 Professional operating system.
- Operating system: Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 32 bit
- Processor: 2.66GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
- Memory: 4GB DDR2
- Hard drive: 750GB
- Optical drive: DVD/CD-RW
- Graphics: Integrated Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500
- Audio: Integrated HD audio with AD1884A codec
- Networking: Integrated Intel 82567LM Gigabit Network Connection 10/100/1000
- Number of bays: 2 x 3.5" HDD (internal), 1 x 3.5" (external), 3 x 5.25" (external)
- Slots: 3 x PCI, 1 x PCIe x1, 2 x PCIe x16
- Ports: 8 x USB 2.0, 1 x VGA, 2 x 3.5mm audio line-in, 2 x 3.5mm audio line-out, 1 x parallel, 1 x serial
- Power supply: 365W
- Model: dc7900 MT
- Included items: Computer system, Keyboard, Mouse, Power cord
- Dimensions: 17.63 inches high x 7.0 inches wide x 17.8 inches deep
- Weight: 26.2 pounds
This high-quality item has been factory refurbished. Please click on the icon above for more information on quality factory-reconditioned merchandise.
Operating system DOES NOT include Microsoft Office
|CPU Type||Core 2 Duo|
|Computer Memory||4 GB|
|Hard Drive Capacity||750 GB|
|Operating System||Windows 7 Professional|
|Audio Card Type||Onboard|
|Graphics Card Type||Integrated AGP|
|Hard Drive Memory Type||Hard Disk Drive (HDD)|
|Installed RAM||4 GB|
|Processor Brand||Core 2 Duo|
|System Bus Speed in MHz||More than 2500 MHz|
|Dimensions||17.63 in. H x 7.0 in. W x 17.8 in. D|
|Warranty||1 year Distributor|
|Model Number||DC7900 MT|
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I'm not unhappy with this, as I primarily want a large black box that sits under a desk that will not tempt anyone and it won't sustain the accidental damage that a laptop is expose to. I would have preferred an HP mouse and an HP keyboard instead of the provided new keyboard and mouse, which appear to be the cheapest things available, but I still have my old mouse and keyboard to use, so this is not a huge issue. Initial set up was quick. Running updates and minor configuration took another hour (not bad). The inspector's checklist seemed to correspond to a different type of computer, as many of the items checked off as "pass" really were not applicable, so I won't rely on the inspection. This may have been a pricey machine when it was new on the market (the original software on it was Windows Vista downgraded to Windows XP, prior to being refurbished) and I expect it will last for a long time. There appears to be a good amount of room in the case to expand, if desired. There are a good number of ports. The power switch is recessed, so it is unlikely to power down by accident It is not flashy, but it will get the job done.Read More
the computer works fine but I was a little disapointed that it contained no software/programsRead More
I was pleasantly surprised at the general appearance and performance of the refurbished computer. It performed perfectly out-of-the-box. The inclusion of a set of system disks made it a more useful (and ultimately reliable) product than many new machines (which often do not include these disks). The total absence of "bloatware" was appreciated.Read More
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This computer was manufactured in 2009.
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