Conclusion: The HP Compaq 8200 Elite USDT is a compact desktop that isn't burdened by legacy hardware, which makes it a good choice for businesses dealing mainly with information on the LAN or on the Internet.
Pros: Compact form factor. Includes MXM card slot. SSD option available.
Cons: Uses notebook-class hard and optical drives, external power supply. Not expandable. No HDMI, USB 3.0, eSATA ports. Limited capacity storage. Replacing hard drive somewhat involved.
Conclusion: If you were to quibble, you could complain about the limited upgrade potential—though this is a given among compact desktops at this size. You could also gripe about the PS/2 input devices, but those are easily (and cheaply) replaced with USB versions or ones you have around your office.
Pros: Performs well for price, Compact design, Supports Intel vPro technology, Eco-friendly manufacturing, Above-average warranty
Cons: Limited upgrade potential, Bundled keyboard, mouse use PS/2