Summary: This is my last HP computer... and I was a long-time HP customer. This model was in a second home and barely ever used. The motherboard failed just out of warranty. Similar models are covered by the "HP Enhanced Warranty" due to exceptionally high motherboard failure rates but this one though...
Summary: I purchased two HP slimline computers, after one year I had to replace one power supply, and at two years, one went completely dead, will cost two much to repair, and about 2 1/2 years the other went completely dead. Both were lightly used.
Summary: HP slimline is not a good model.Lot of noise and my PC hanged even before an year of purchase. Customer service repaired but still problem persisted and currently running linux OS in the system.
Summary: Alright, I have worked on computers on the side for the last few years. This is what I have seen. Currently I am working on two of these slimline computer. Yes they are portable, but beyond that, completely useless.
Summary: This product seems fine, and did work well for two years, but two years and two months, dead as a door nail. Won't power on, and to make matters worse, sucker that I am, I had to have a PC, can't manage without on, went to Best Buy and got another one.
Summary: Had this unit for a little over a year (one year warranty of course) and the motherboard quit working. I've owned previous computers that have lasted much longer. This is product is decently priced for the specs you can get on it but not if it doesn't last.
Summary: The HP SLIMSLINE is a loud noisy machine. Mine didn't last much longer than a year. I would not recommend buying the model. Mine went bad just two weeks after warranty expiration with very minimal usage. The s5310f HP slimline has always been extremely noisy and unpredictable during start-up.