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On average HP few processor core desktop computers have good reviews compared to other manufacturers as do all computers manufactured by HP.
64-Bit Processor Operating Mode
This computer supports a 64-bit processor operating mode, which is the most frequently supported processor operating mode on similar spec computers that have been around for around the same time as it.
Fairly Fast Processor Clock Speed
At 3.6 gigahertz, the HP 280 G1 has a quite fast processor clock speed compared to most of the other personal computers of this type and age. The processor clock speeds of PCs that were launched around the same time as the 280 G1 range from 1GHz to 3.9GHz.
If you are looking for a faster processor clock speed then you might also want to consider the Asus M32AD (£441.04) (3.7GHz).
L3 Processor Cache Level
This PC has a L3 processor cache level, which is typical of many similar spec desktop computers that came out more than a year ago.
3 PCI Express Slots Version
This PC supports a 3 PCI Express slots version, which is the most commonly supported PCI Express slots version on similar spec desktop computers that are a comparable age to it.
Six USB 2.0 Ports
Most few processor core desktop computers that have been around for a similar time to the 280 G1 have between one and nine USB 2.0 ports, including the HP 280 G1 which has six USB 2.0 ports.
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DDR3L-SDRAM Internal Memory Type
The HP 280 G1 has a DDR3L-SDRAM internal memory type which is newer than the DDR3-SDRAM internal memory type found on most personal computers of a similar spec and age to it.
A DDR3L-SDRAM internal memory type is actually the best internal memory type across all few processor core desktop computers that were launched around the same time as the 280 G1.
An LPDDR3-SDRAM internal memory type is the worst internal memory type across comparable types of desktop computer.
Four Processor Threads
The HP 280 G1 is a four processor thread PC.
DVD Super Multi Optical Drive Type
The optical drive type of this desktop computer is DVD Super Multi, which is the most commonly found optical drive type on few processor core desktop computers that have been on the market for around the same time as it.
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Only One 3.5" Bay
Most PCs that have been around for a comparable time to the 280 G1 have between one and five 3.5" bays, including the HP 280 G1 which has one 3.5" bay.
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Released Over a Year Ago
This desktop computer has been on the market for over a year.
Average Total Storage Capacity
The HP 280 G1 has a relatively average total storage capacity (500 gigabytes) compared to most of the other computers that were released around the same time as the 280 G1.
If you would prefer a personal computer with a bigger total storage capacity then you might want to consider the Lenovo H30 (£349.97) (1TB).
Average Hard Drive Capacity
At 500 gigabytes, the HP 280 G1 has a relatively standard hard drive capacity compared to most of the other PCs of a similar spec and age to the 280 G1.
Desktop computers with a bigger hard drive capacity that might also be worth looking at include the Lenovo H30 (£349.97) (1TB).
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Average Internal Memory
With an internal memory of 4 gigabytes, the HP 280 G1 has a relatively typical internal memory compared to most of the other desktop computers of a comparable spec and age to the 280 G1.
If this computer internal memory is not big enough for you then you might also want to look at the Acer Aspire XC-605 (£557.95) (6GB), or the Asus M32AD (£441.04) (6GB).
HDD Storage Medium
The storage speed of this PC is HDD, which is typical of many PCs of a similar type and age to it. A Hard Disk Drive (HDD) is the traditional storage method for computers. A HDD stores the information on magnetic disks. HDD drives are cheap, but they are slower than Flash and SSD bases storage systems.