HP Desktop Computer Quad Core i5 16GB RAM 128GB SSD 2TB HDD Win10 Pro Dual 24\" For Sale

HP Desktop Computer Quad Core i5 16GB RAM 128GB SSD 2TB HDD Win10 Pro Dual 24\
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HP Desktop Computer Quad Core i5 16GB RAM 128GB SSD 2TB HDD Win10 Pro Dual 24\":
$294.99

Detailed Specifications:

Type:
Business DesktopForm:Small Form Factror (SFF)Desktop Models:HP EliteComputer Desktop SFFPCProcessor:Intel Core i5-3770 3rd Gen up to 3.90 GHzMemory:Standard Memory16GBMemory TechnologyDDR3Screen Size:Dual 24\" Anti-Glare LED Monitor Screen (brand may vary)Display:Display Resolution1920 x 1080Display InterfaceDisplayPortStorage:Storage Capacity128GBStorage Capacity2.5\" Solid State DriveStorage Capacity2TBStorage Interface3.5\" Hard Disk DrivePorts:USB 3.0 PortsYesUSB 2.0 PortsYesDisplayPortYesVGA PortYesEthernet PortYesAudio PortsYesSoftware:Operating SystemWindows 10 ProfessionalOperating System Architecture64-bitAccessories included:Power Cord
Brand New Wi-Fi Adapter
Brand New Keyboard
Brand New MouseYes
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