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The HP Compaq 6000 Pro is an all-in-one business PC with enterprise-class features coupled with great performance in an attractive package.
The HP Compaq 6000 joins a somewhat concise rundown of business-driven holding nothing back ones. At $1139 (as of February 15, 2011) its not exactly as practical as a portion of the buyer arranged plan towers or in with no reservations ones on our diagrams, to say nothing of the Sandy Bridge-prepared offerings on our standard diagram -the Micro Express MicroFlex 25B dips as low as $850. That said, the Compaq 6000 Pro has a couple of IT-accommodating traps up its sleeve.
Pressed behind the 21.5-inch presentation is a 3GHz Core 2 Duo processor- -a stalwart, however emphatically antiquated, segment. Coupled with 4GB of DDR3 RAM, that CPU helped the PC procure a WorldBench 6 score of 116. From an execution point of view, the Compaq 6000 grounds comfortable top of the monetary allowance in with no reservations one classification.
The capacity limit is far less great -the Compaq 6000 has a small 500GB, though some of its shopper arranged rivalry has edged more like 1TB. In case you're working in a little business environment that depends on system stockpiling, this won't be a lot of an issue, however remember this confinement. As befitting a business desktop, the Compaq 6000 runs the 64-bit adaptation of Windows 7 Professional.
Representation execution is astonishing. The machine packs a Nvidia GT 230 GPU, a huge venture up from the incorporated Intel design we're by and large used to seeing. It arrived at 35 casings every second on our Unreal Tournament benchmark (1680 by 1050 determination, most noteworthy settings), outpacing its rival by a reasonable edge: The HP All-In-One 200, MSI Wind Top AE2220, and HP TouchSmart 310 all neglected to post playable casing rates.
By and large we need to discount gaming while testing business machines (and most holding nothing back ones), yet the Compaq 6000 superior to normal execution looks good for anybody looking to get a touch of design escalated work done.
Show quality is okay; nothing awesome is at play here. Shading propagation is exact, however not particularly energetic. The splendor controls sit on the right half of the machine, nearby the DVD copier. Feature playback is impeccable (of course, given the representation equipment). Too bad, this specific showcase is not a touchscreen. On the off chance that poking at a screen is fundamental to your work process, the Lenovo ThinkCentre M90z offers a multitouch show, in a bigger shell. The implicit speakers are satisfactory. While uproarious, they don't exactly fill a room, which is fine for an office domain (ideal, even). They sound rather decent, as well -some more bass would be incredible, however the sound is clear and fresh.
The Compaq 6000 network choices are about normal for the class. On the left, you'll discover the multiformat card peruser, a couple of USB ports, the earphone and mouthpiece jacks, and a four-pin FireWire port. The back offers five more USB ports; in case you're not kidding about security and you require those to be handicapped every now and then, you'll additionally discover PS/2 serial connectors for a mouse and console. Varying media ports comprise of a DisplayPort connector and a sound yield jack. The gigabit ethernet port is supplemented by implicit 802.11n network; both are standard supplements for the classification.
Anyway here's something that isn't standard: Lay the Compaq 6000 all over (after you've stopped it, obviously), and you can utilize a flathead screwdriver to pop off the back board. It's not as exquisite as the ThinkCentre M90z's apparatus free get to, yet at the same time an exceedingly uncommon peculiarity for holding nothing back ones.
Inner access is a gimmick that is ostensibly essential for breaking into the business market. In the event that that dark tower around your work area quits chugging along one day, you (or your IT pro) can pop off the cover and tinker inside, making practical overhauls or repairs without being obligated to the organization you obtained the machine from. The Compaq 6000 isn't about as agreeable to changes as a legitimate tower stage seems to be, however its groups in front of the greater part of the holding nothing back ones that go through our labs.
Inside, you'll have the capacity to swap out the RAM, hard commute, and optical commute by evacuating boards that cover areas on the back of the skeleton. The framework doesn't have space for embeddings extra parts, however in the event that you'd like to supplant the DVD copier with an extra Blu-beam drive, you'll be fine. The whole unit is additionally VESA-mount agreeable, for strapping to an articulating arm or appending to a divider.
The Compaq 6000 doesn't offer much in the method for additional items. The packaged console and mouse are remote, interfacing through a dongle (which takes up one of the accessible USB ports). They're standard HP charge: The console offers some media-playback controls and is genuinely agreeable to sort on, while the mouse is plain however utilitarian. You'll discover minimal physical documentation, however a spate of nonexclusive manuals are accessible on the machine as PDF documents. Programming incorporates HP's Protect Tools and a trial of HP's Virtual Rooms programming for community oriented undertakings.
In the event that your office need a bigger hard commute, propelled integration choices like FireWire and eSATA, or even only a touchscreen, you'll discover a lot of alternatives on our financial plan and extra large screen in with no reservations one outlines. The HP Compaq 6000 succeeds as a serious workhorse, conveying solid execution and usefulness in a svelte shell.
It looks a lot like Apple iMac. I got it as a gift so I think it's pretty good. It has a 21" widescreen monitor which is pretty good and enough for most things, but it is not so big that you may have problems running games on its native resolution. You get a wireless keyboard with it and you get 5 usb 2.0 ports (and there are 7 in total). You also get display port, card reader, firewire, 2 sets of audio ports. Also its Core 2 Duo processor was more than enough for my work and an occasional game. 4 GiG's of RAM DDR3 memory. Although its 320GB HDD (in my unit) was a bit limiting. But you can customize HDD processor, memory and wireless networking. You also get lots of HP bloatware on it. At least I think it's bloatware.
Also it's graphics card isn't very good if you plan on running some games. You can maybe play CS, Call of Duty 2 or some older titles, while you can't even think of running the newer games.
I also like it's portability. Because its All in one factor, you can easily move it from one desk to another. I also like the space under the display which allows you to slide the keyboard under it and free up some space on your desk for papers (I have lots of papers so I find it really useful). A thing I would like to see on this PC is touchscreen capability of its display, I think it would really round a pretty good work PC.