For starters, it is one of the few all-in-one PC’s that have opted to use a 1.5GHz AMD Athlon 64 X2 CPU rather than the Intel Atom processor. Another improvement is the computer’s super-sized memory and storage capacity. The MS214 comes equipped with 2 gigabytes of DDR2, twice the average amount. The PC’s storage capacity is just as high, with 300 GB of storage.
The HP MS214 also includes integrated wireless-n and gigabit LAN connectivity. Both of these greatly facilitate the transferring of files. Lastly, the PC is complete with the addition of a DVD burner.
The only pitfalls of this all-in-one PC are that it doesn’t offer any kind of touch screen capabilities and has a meager six USB ports, two of which will likely be hogged by a keyboard and mouse. Overall, HP’s all-in-one PC offers a lot of bang for $600 bucks.
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The Acer Ferrari One netbook is finally available for purchase. Some specs of this fully-loaded 11.6″ netbook include:
- 1.2GHz AMD Athlon 64 X2 processor
- AMD M780G chipset
- ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3200 graphics chipset
- High-definition widescreen display
- 250 GB hard drive
- Built-in optical drive
- Optional WLAN
- Windows 7 Home Premium
The netbook’s weight falls roughly around 3.31 pounds and its height is about one inch. To learn more, check out one of our previous articles.
You can get your very own Acer Ferrari One netbook with a 6-cell battery for a higher-than-average $599.99.