HP exhibits slim personal computer

The US tech giant HP has presented a new slim computer that belongs to the company’s Flexible line and is known as t620. The new device targets businesses and enterprises that do not want to use classic desktop computers thus saving on electricity and space.

The new HP product is based on a quad-core AMD GX-415GA APU at 1.5 GHz (a Radeon HD 8330E graphics core is built inside) but the HP t620 Plus modification makes use of a quad-core AMD GX-420CA APU at 2 GHz and an AMD Radeon HD 8400E GPU. The HP slim PC supports up to four displays with a separate graphics card and two monitors with an integrated GPU and offers an Ethernet adapter, a TPM module, and a VGA port. You can also get an optional 802.11ac Wi-Fi adapter. The new device also excels in the virtualization field and allows for enhanced security and productivity.

The HP t620 will be on the market by the end of December 2013. The pricing of the device is still unknown.


Source: HP

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