The HP 8300 USDT is a power house of a PC packed into a tiny package. According to CNET (see below), this computer sold for $1,463.09. This is not a consumer grade PC you could buy at the mall. This machine was engineered to last many years in a business environment. It has 10 (count them, 10) USB ports, Gigabit NIC, VGA and Display port, PS2, an optical drive and more. We are selling this computer for 10 cents on the dollar of the price new! But that's what we do. Oh, and don't forget, we warranty it for a year for free.
The HP USDT (Ultra Slim Desktop) is perfect for POS integration and can be found in thousands of medical offices. Anywhere space is a concern the HP 8300 USDT is the solution.
Buy 2 or more and save another $5 each. Buy 10+ and the price drops $10. We can put up to 80 of these on a single pallet. Upgrade all you want. We will still ship today. If you need something special or extra large quantities just email or call. We will help you out.
Here is the HP 8300 USDT User Guide.
If you are not from Central Texas you may not know our reputation. We have been voted best computer shop by the Austin Chronicle Readers Poll year after year and have been on the Inc 5000 list of Fastest Growing Businesses in the US for 6 years in a row.
One Year Parts & Labor Warranty Yes it is strange to see a warranty that long on something used or refurbished and even stranger to see it coming from a retailer rather than a manufacturer but that is what separates us from the crowd of computer retailers. Service after the sale and our warranty is what this company is all about.
HP 8300 USDT Specifications:
- Intel Quad Core i5-3470s 2.9Ghz (Turbo Boost up to 3.6Ghz)
- 4GB DDR3 Memory
- 160GB Hard Drive
- VGA and Display Port
- 10/100/1000 Ethernet Card
- Intel HD Graphics
- 4x Front USB 2.0 Ports,
- 4x Rear USB 3.0 Ports, 2x Rear USB 2.0 Ports
- Windows 7 Professional Pre-Installed
- Includes Restore Recovery Partition.
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As advertised. Fast delivery. Warranty is better than buying new.
Retrospectively, I probably should have bought a lightly larger unit with a stronger video capability. Maybe an AMD-based system. Do not get me wrong, this is a FAST little machine with a SSD and 8GB of RAM. But as an i5 the video is limited to the Intel 2500 integrated on-board video, and it can not be upgraded. I am not a gamer, so I did not think it mattered that much. That is why it is not a five. But for the money, the compromise was OK.