NEC launches VL750/HS desktop computer

Users looking for a new PC are in for a treat by NEC – the Japanese company is launching a new desktop computer under the VL750/HS name.

The novelty belongs to the VALUESTAR L line and is based on a H61 Express chipset motherboard and a 22 nm quad-core Core i7-3770S processor on the Ivy Bridge architecture, running at 3.10 GHz.

NEC Valuestar VL750 HS

Other specs include 8 GB of DDR3 memory, a 2 TB hard drive, Blu-Ray drive, a card reader and an NVIDIA GeForce GT 435M graphics card. The package also includes a 23-inch NEC display with support for Full HD and working resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.

The novelty works under Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 and costs 2625 USD.


Source: Hi-news.ru

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