HP Pavilion a6710t Series
Released January, 2009
The Pros:Easy to access the interior, just a single screw to deal with. Runs fairly cool during normal operation, never overheats. Plenty of room inside for future updates.
The Cons:Optical drive can't handle Blu-ray discs. Some fan noise can be heard, although it's only an irritation if you plan on using it as a home theater PC. Only has a 250w power supply, which restricts your options for video card upgrades.
The HP Pavilion a6710t Series is a desktop PC from HP's Everyday Computing PC lineup for personal and home office use. The system is a step up from the a6700z series, featuring a 2.4GHz Intel Dual-Core processor, an up to 1TB hard drive, and up to 4GB of DDR2 RAM.
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It includes an integrated NVIDIA GeForce graphics card and built-in 7.1 channel sound with front audio ports for connecting headphones. The Pavilion a6710t Series has a 16x DVD burner, ethernet connectivity, and operates on Windows Vista Home Premium. It includes 6 USB ports and is available with optional wireless-LAN or a 15-in-1 card reader. The series also comes with a keyboard and optical mouse and has the additional options of adding a monitor and speakers to create a full system. The Pavilion a6710t Series has a base configuration price of $350 and comes with a 1 year limited warranty.
- Intel Pentium Dual-Core processor E2220 [2.4GHz]
- 3GB DDR2 SDRAM (Upgradeable to 4GB)
- Integrated Graphics (NVIDIA GeForce 7100) [VGA]
- 250GB 7200RPM SATA hard drive (Upgradeable to 1TB)
- LightScribe 16x SuperMulti DVD Burner
- Integrated 10/100 Ethernet
- Optional Wireless-LAN
- Integrated 7.1 channel sound with front audio ports
- Optional 15-in-1 Card Reader
- Comes with keyboard and optical mouse
- Genuine Windows Vista Home Premium 32-Bit
- Inputs/Outputs: 6 x USB, 1 x FireWire, 2 x PS/2
- Dimensions: 16.28"(L) x 6.89"(W) x 15.24"(H)
- 1 year limited warranty
User Reviews (2)
easy to access the interior, just a single screw to deal with
runs fairly cool during normal operation, never overheats
plenty of room inside for future updates
can handle plenty of applications running simultaneously without lag, quick operation
optical drive can't handle Blu-ray discs
some fan noise can be heard, although it's only an irritation if you plan on using it as a home theater PC
only has a 250w power supply, which restricts your options for video card upgrades
can't handle gaming duties, notenough graphics processing power
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