Reviews and Problems with HP Pavilion p66XX series
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HP Pavilion p6610f
25 October 2010
Conclusion: Aside from some bloatware, the HP Pavilion p6610f is a prime example of a successful budget desktop PC. It supplies strong performance for the price, thanks to its quad-core chip, inside an attractive and functional case.
Pros: Strong performer for the price. Nice-looking case. Roomy 750GB hard drive. Wi-Fi included.
Conclusion: The bundled display is on the small side, but the HP Pavilion p6616f-b comes up big with its specs, supplying a speedy quad-core AMD Phenom II processor, ample RAM, and a roomy hard drive inside an attractive desktop enclosure.
Pros: Decent application performance for the price. Roomy hard drive. Attractive, uniform design for both desktop tower and bundled display.
Cons: Bundled display is only 20-inches. Integrated graphics. Bloatware.
Conclusion: The HP Pavilion p6654y offers very good bang-for-the-buck with its excellent performance for a budget desktop. The only downside is the overwhelming amount of preinstalled bloatware and a 250-watt power supply that will put a damper on future graphics card upgrades.
Pros: Excellent performance for a budget desktop. Spacious 750GB hard drive. Wi-Fi included. Good upgrade potential.
Conclusion: The HP Pavilion p6627c-b is a complete system in a box: desktop tower, large 23-inch monitor, and everything else you need in one package. It's a little more complicated than an all-in-one desktop, but you have the added benefit of extra inputs for the monitor to give you more bang for your buck.
Pros: Feature rich monitor. 23-inch screen. Quad-core CPU. Two-year warranty on monitor and desktop. 640GB hard drive.
Cons: VGA-only desktop. Bloatware. Ancient integrated graphics chipset.
Conclusion: The HP Pavilion p6687c-b offers some nice features, including a 25-inch monitor and a massive hard drive, but it's missing a few, too. Despite its quad-core CPU, its performance is merely average.
Pros: Monitor included. Spacious hard drive. Two-year warranty.
Cons: Integrated graphics. No Blu-ray drive. Bloatware.
HP Pavillion p6645br tem um bom custo-benefício na categoria
1 December 2010
Conclusion: O HP Pavillion p6645br é indicado para quem quer ter a verasitilidade e a competência de um desktop, para quem gosta da segurança de comprar marcas reconhecidas no mercado e não quer pagar uma fortuna por isso.
Pros: Disco rígido espaçoso, Boa placa gráfica, Vem com drive Blu-ray