Reviews and Problems with HP Business Desktop Dc5800
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Value for money 10
Overall quality 10
11 July 2013
Summary: My wife was complaining about how slow her old computer was. I got this one and she love how much faster it is and how much smaller it is than the old monster. I have also added a 64gb SSD as the boot drive and things open even faster. She is happy and now I am happy. At work we use the same computers so that is why I went with it.
Summary: Bought this PC to replace old XP machine my elderly mother has used for years. Her PC had gotten old and tired. After getting used to working with Win 7, mom keeps remarking to me about how fast this PC is compared to her old one. She (and I) are very satisfied.
Summary: This was a replacement PC for me. I needed a quick inexpensive replacement that would be ready to do what I needed it to do on short notice. This PC did all that for me. It has been problem free for over a month now. I would recommend these PCs to anyone that needs it for a good home office PC.
Summary: Bought this to replace an old P-C that was pretty fast except for booting up and running complex programs. So far this one has been excellent. It is very fast and comes with a keyboard and mouse. They are old-school hook up (ps2 not usb) but plenty of usb ports 6 back 2 front. Low profile but that's no biggy. Highly recommend.
Summary: This was a replacement for the wife's computer that bit the big one. She did not have the time for me to build her a new one, so I found this off-lease HP. The computer worked right out of the box. I had to build a video card bracket for a dual monitor video card, since this computer was a low profile, while her old one was a standard tower. But that was no big deal. The computer was running minutes after receiving it. So far, the wife is very happy with it.
Summary: Bought on Cyber Monday as a Christmas gift for my father to replace his old failing emachines. We just set it up last night, but it seems to run nicely out of the box. He hasn't had it long enough to be able to accurately review it's performance in the long term, but I have no reason to believe there will be any problems.