Compaq EVO D510
Released November, 2008
The Pros:Drives can be upgraded without opening the chassis - this is convenient. Compact form factor actually does save space. Low price point makes this affordable as a potential network group for small businesses.
The Cons:Processor and RAM types/capacities are dated. No open drive bays makes expansion difficult. 20GB or 40GB hard drive will eventually fill up.
The Compaq EVO D510 is a series of compact desktop PCs designed to be a space saving, affordable, all-around computer. There are four versions available which are a small form factor, ultra-slim desktop, convertible minitower and e-pc, none of which come with an included monitor.
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There are four processor options including an Intel Celeron and three Intel Pentium 4 processor options, with speeds from 1.7 GHz up to 2.8 GHz. Hard drive sizes vary from 20 GB to 80 GB, and memory options range from 128 MB to 2 GB of DDR Synch Dram PC2100. All models have a built in internal speaker, 1.44 MB diskette drive and MultiBay Drives except the e-pc, and all models have a USB Disk-on-Key. There are several CD-Rom options, although the ultra-slim model can not support any CD drives. These PCs come with Windows 2000, XP professional or XP home.
- Small Form Factor
- Ultra-Slim Desktop
- Convertible Minitower
- Intel Pentium 4 and Celeron processors
- Intel 845G chipset with Intel Extreme integrated graphics
- Integrated Intel 10/100 NIC
- 400- and 533-MHz Front Side Bus
- SMART III Ultra/ATA Hard Drives
- Integrated audio with internal speaker
- Standard MultiPort for optional Wireless or Bluetooth connectivity on Ultra-slim Desktop
- Optional MultiBay Drive Adapter on Convertible Minitower and Small Form Factor
- Intelligent Manageability
- Energy Star compliant with energy-saving features
- Protected by Compaq Services, including a 3-3-3, standard warranty. Terms and conditions vary by country. Certain restrictions and exclusions apply.
User Reviews (13)
Drives can be upgraded without opening the chassis - this is convenient
Compact form factor actually does save space
Low price point makes this affordable as a potential network group for small businesses
Streamlined and stylish aesthetic
Easy access to interior components
Inclusion of "Intelligent Manageability Software" has convenient features for business/public use
Processor and RAM types/capacities are dated
No open drive bays makes expansion difficult
20GB or 40GB hard drive will eventually fill up
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