HP unveils EliteDesk 800 G3 Mini PCs with Windows 10
HP today announced two new EliteDesk Mini PCs powered by Windows 10, for commercial customers. They pack powerful performance in a tiny package that'll fit basically anywhere.
Alongside the new EliteDesks, HP unveiled the new EliteDesk 800 G3 and EliteDesk 800 G3 65w, packing even more performance.
The new EliteDesk 800 Mini PCs come with an Intel Core i7 CPU (with an optional 65w processor for even more power), 32GB of DDR4 RAM, and an HP Turbo drive. Also included are USB-C ports, DisplayPort, HDMI and VGA. These are two incredibly customizable and feature-filled PCs, especially considering their mini form factor.
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HP says the new EliteDesk Mini PCs are the smallest business class PCs on the market, and they are also HP's most durable ultra-small form factor desktops. With the 65w addition, HP claims that version is the most powerful mini PC desktop for businesses. The EliteDesk Mini PCs are available starting today at $829.
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Nice kit, pricing maybe set too high
Another ripoff of the Lenovo M-series Tiny boxes...
Honestly they all have their own version..its all enterprise WYSE terminals....Dell actually had the originals...They do look sweet though.
Too bad it's HP.
Horrible Product has gotten to the point of being considered one of the better PC manufactures to me. They have really upper their game during the last couple of years. The x360 line makes me REALLY want one.
I want one. Maybe I'll wait and snag one off Ebay in 6 months.