HP t630 Thin Client AMD GX-420GI 2.00GHz 4GB Ram 16GB SSD Flash Wifi - W7E For Sale

HP t630 Thin Client AMD GX-420GI 2.00GHz 4GB Ram 16GB SSD Flash Wifi - W7E


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HP t630 Thin Client AMD GX-420GI 2.00GHz 4GB Ram 16GB SSD Flash Wifi - W7E:
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HP t630 Thin Client - AMD GX-420GI 2.00GHz - 4GB RAM - 16GB Flash - Gigabit Ethernet - DisplayPort - AMD Radeon R6E Graphics - Wifi/Bluetooth - USB Keyboard & Mouse - Windows Embedded Standard 7E - W5Z03UA#ABA GUARANTEED TO BE IN PERFECT WORKING AND COSMETIC CONDITION Brand Name HP Product Name t630 Thin Client Processor & Chipset: Processor Manufacturer AMD Processor Type G-Series Processor Model GX-420GI Processor Core Quad-core (4 Core) Processor Speed 2 GHz Memory: Standard Memory 4 GB Memory Technology DDR4 SDRAM Flash Memory 16 GB Network & Communication: Ethernet Technology Gigabit Ethernet Interfaces/Ports: Total Number of USB Ports 7 Number of USB 2.0 Ports 4 Number of USB 3.0 Ports 3 Network (RJ-45) Yes DisplayPort Yes Software: Operating System Windows 7 Embedded Power Description: Input Voltage 120 V AC
230 V AC Maximum Power Supply Wattage 65 W Physical Characteristics: Height 9.9" Width 4.7" Depth 8.7" Weight (Approximate) 3.35 lb Miscellaneous: What's in the box
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