After yesterday’s Slate news, HP has announced three new desktop models of the more old-school variety. The Pavilion Slimline s5305z, s5350z offer affordable desktop computing — they come with a variety of different AMD processors and ATI or NVIDIA graphics, up to 4GB RAM and 750GB storage on the s5305z and 8GB RAM and 1.5TB storage on the s5350z.
Meanwhile, the Pavilion Elite HPE-190t is aimed towards hardcore users, with a 3.33GHz Core i7-980X Extreme Edition CPU, 3TB storage, up to 24GB RAM, and either an NVIDIA GeForce GT 220 GPU or AN ATI Radeon HD 5570 or 4850. Now that’s a beefy machine.
The HP Pavilion models are available now with the s5305z at $299.99, the s5350z at $479.99, and the Elite HPE-190t at $1,899.99.
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