Grow your business with the HP ProDesk 400 G2 MT equipped with the tools you need for everyday business. Features Windows 8.1 Pro or other operating systems available Configurations For Today And...
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This PC supports a 32-bit|64-bit processor operating modes, which is the most frequently supported processor operating modes on few processor cores computers that were launched more than a year ago.
HP has good average reviews for its few processor cores computers as well as across its entire personal computer range compared to other brands.
3 PCI Express Slots Version
This computer supports a 3 PCI Express slots version, which is the most commonly supported PCI Express slots version on desktop computers that have been available for more than a year.
10/100/1000Base-T(X) Cabling Technology
This PC has a 10/100/1000Base-T(X) cabling technology, which is typical of many personal computers of a comparable age and spec to it.
Three PCI Express X1 Slotss
The ProDesk 400 G2 is a three PCI Express x1 slots personal computer. Most of the other PCs of a similar age and type to the ProDesk 400 G2 only have between one and two PCI Express x1 slotss.
DVD Super Multi Optical Drive Type
The optical drive type of this PC is DVD Super Multi, which is typical of many personal computers of this age and spec.
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Quite Slow Memory Bandwidth Supported by Processor (max)
When compared to other computers of this spec and age, the memory bandwidth supported by processor (max) of the ProDesk 400 G2 of only 21.3 gigabytes per second is one of the slowest. The memory bandwidth supported by processor (max)s of PCs of this type and age range from 10GB/s to 35GB/s.
Only Two Processor Threadss
Most computers that were released around the same time as the ProDesk 400 G2 have between two and three processor threadss, including the ProDesk 400 G2 which has two processor threadss.
Quite Small Maximum On-Board Graphics Adapter Memory
When compared to other personal computers that have been available for more than a year that we have assessed, the maximum on-board graphics adapter memory of the ProDesk 400 G2 of only 1.024 gigabytes is one of the smallest. Across all the few processor cores computers that have been around for around the same time as the ProDesk 400 G2 the maximum on-board graphics adapter memorys range from 1GB to 16GB, and the average maximum on-board graphics adapter memory is 3.1GB.
Only Not Supported Wi-Fi Standards
This personal computer supports a Not supported wi-Fi standards, which is typical of many comparable spec desktop computers that are a similar age to it.
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Released Over a Year Ago
This computer was released over a year ago.
Average Processor Frequency
The ProDesk 400 G2 has a fairly average processor frequency (3.1 gigahertz) compared to most of the other personal computers that have been on the market for around the same time as the ProDesk 400 G2.
Average Total Storage Capacity
The ProDesk 400 G2 has a fairly standard total storage capacity (500 gigabytes) compared to most of the other computers of this type and age.
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Average Hard Drive Capacity
The ProDesk 400 G2 has a fairly typical hard drive capacity (500 gigabytes) compared to most of the other PCs of this age and type.
Average Internal Memory
With an internal memory of 4 gigabytes, the ProDesk 400 G2 has a pretty typical internal memory compared to most of the other PCs of a similar age and type to the ProDesk 400 G2.
It may also be worth also looking at one of the other 4GB memory PCs currently available including because of it's better review score, the Asus Chromebox[plb_2403418_price].
HDD Storage Media
The storage speed of this desktop computer is HDD, which is typical of many few processor cores computers that have been available for more than a year. 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.