HP Pavilion Slimline s7600e Video
From fast performance, to a Blu-ray drive, to plentiful other features, HP's Pavilion Slimline includes almost everything we'd ask for in our ideal living room slim tower PC. It will seem expensive if you're more inclined to a Nettop or a set-top box, but for committed PC media enthusiasts, this HP offers the complete package.
HP's small-form-factor Pavilion s7500y Slimline is compact andconfigurable, with features such as a TV tuner, but we wish the upgradeoptions included newer, more powerful CPUs.
HP's new Pavilion Slimline s3020n leads the small-PC field overall with its attractive, glossy, black chassis and its added expandability, plus a new keyboard.
The HP Pavilion Slimline S3330f delivers a remarkable combination of features, value, and flexibility. It excels as both a traditional desktop and a full-fledged living room PC, complete with a Blu-ray and HD DVD drive.
HP's Pavilion Elite 190T isn't the most innovative desktop, nor the best-looking. It does, however, offer Intel's six-core Core i7 980X Extreme CPU, currently the fastest desktop chip on the market. Anyone with demanding productivity needs should find this desktop a worthwhile investment.
At CES 2007, we take a look at the HP Pavilion tx1000. This laptop converts into a tablet that can be controlled with your fingertips and comes with a nice glossy screen, a remote control, and two headphone jacks.
HP's Pavilion p6110y isn't necessarily an offensive system, and its case might even entice you to give it a second look. We just wish HP had taken a more substantive approach to help this desktop stand out. Its FireWire port might sway you, but otherwise you can find more interesting features from other PCs on the shelf.
As much as we've appreciated HP's efforts in bringing the slim tower to the mainstream, we cannot recommend this off-the-shelf Pavilion Slimline s5120y. Even considering its low price, its design, features, and performance all come up short next to its retail competition.
The Envision EN7600 won't break any molds, but it performs reasonably well, and it's inexpensive.
Despite a few flaws, this is a good digital camera for starter snapshooters who crave simplicity and a helping hand but don't want to sacrifice picture quality.