Summary: The system works as expected except that the DVD drive sounds like a jet engine when it powers up. It eventually subsides, but it's ridiculously loud. The other complaint is a cheap lightweight keyboard, but I had already had a replacement ready for that. I'll probably just replace the DVD drive.
Summary: Tower arrived without keyboard or mouse..When I inquired as to their whereabouts, I was asked if I wanted to buy them....Both keyboard and mouse are clearly listed on the contents label on the box but were not included.......
Summary: I do like my new HP Pavilion HPE Computer but there are a few things I find annoying. Firstly access to the USB ports at the front of the computer is not easy. They are hidden behind a low wall at the top of the tower and they are facing backwards so it's a hit and miss efforts to locate and plug in...
Summary: Here's a review HP failed to post on their website. If you spend over $1000 to custom order a PC, you should expect to receive a quality product. HP is in the habit of skimping on components that they believe the average customer would not notice.
Summary: This PC is ok for your standard school or office work but it is very bad if you're a gamer or work whit software that require a better graphics card. You can update the graphics card with a better one which will cost you around $150.
Summary: I bought one of these from Sam's Club three months ago and everything was fine. The videocard in this systemn is weak but ok. The processor more than makes up for it. There is not much room for expansion cards on the motherboard.
Summary: I purchased this directly from HP using their online store. I did this because I wanted it customized with a Blue-ray player, wireless keyboard, extra memory etc. It arrived and I set it up without any problem. The trouble began when the wireless keyboard stopped working at boot up.