HP 8200 Elite Review

HP 8200 Elite Review

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HP announced today not only all the new laptops and printers, but it also has a few goodies for cube monkeys. Just released by the company are three desktops and a pair of monitors geared toward businesses. Compaq’s Elite 8300 PC is targeted at large businesses and comes with a broad range of IT-friendly tools like LANdesk and Intel’s vPro technology, as well as TPM for enterprise security. While the Compaq Pro 4300 targets small businesses through its compact form factor and features like HP’s Chassis Security Kit, it offers many features comparable to those found in the HP P630. Compaq’s midrange Pro 6300 aims to please both groups with a TPM protection module, Bios solutions from HP and the 15-month service program that is included with its higher-end 8300 counterpart. With these models, you’ll find the newest generation of Ivy Bridge processors coupled with integrated graphics from Intel. You should expect both the 6300 and 8300 to be available on June 4th. They will cost Though the 4300 will take a bit longer to come, there is good news Upon its arrival in Asia on the 22nd, it will be headed to the United States sometime in the One of those monitors will feature a touchscreen, and another more nondescript model will be released by HP. 

 

The screen has a 72 percent color gamut, a brightness level of 250 nits, and a viewing angle of 170 degrees across the screen and 160 degrees vertically. For $269, the LA2405x is available today or for $279 when the finger-friendly L2206tm is released on June 4th. After the break, you can find the full press release with more details.