home : hot deals & information involving: Hewlett Packard Sunday, March 19, 2017
- HP Proliant Tower Server for $200 (expired)
HP ProLiant ML10 V2 Tower Server with Intel Core i3-4150 3.5GHz Dual-Core processor, 8GB memory (2x4GB non-ECC), and 500GB 7200rpm hard drive for $200.
Compatible with most monitors, keyboards, and mice, but none are included.
Has a gigabit ethernet port, four USB3.0 ports, and four PCIe expansion slots (one x16, two x8, and a x4 PCIe slot).
This is meant to be a server for a home or small office.
Install your own Linux (free) or Windows operating system, and configure as a web server, file server, email server, or whatever you want.
According to the product specs and product detail page, it has a Integrated Lights-Out management (iLO) built-in.
Lights-Out lets you remotely control the power (for remote rebooting) and console of the server, a useful feature when a server is located in a datacenter.
Apply coupon code EMCSRDBB6 to get $10 off.
Purchase price is $70.
Get ready to hand-write in very small (and legible) print.
When the monitor arrives, fill out the rebate form as legibly as you can in the tiny spaces provided, cut out the UPC barcode from the package, and wait 3 months to get a $30 rebate check from HP.
The condition says "Grade-A", so this refurbished product should be fully functional without any major scratches or functional problems.
Also includes a full 1-year warranty.
- Mini Desktop PC with Core i3-6300T $380
HP ProDesk 600-G2 Mini Desktop PC with Intel Core i3-6300T 3.3GHz Dual-Core CPU, 8GB of DDR4 memory, 180GB Solid State Drive, Intel HD 530 graphics (HD display), Wifi, Gigabit Ethernet, Bluetooth, 4 USB3.0 ports, 2 Display Pot video outputs, 1 VGA video output, Windows 7 Pro 64-bit installed, a Windows 10 license, and a 3-year warranty.
Also includes a keyboard and mouse.
A mini PC with these specs would normally sell for about $500.
The i3-6300T is a mini/laptop version of a 6th generation Intel Core i3 processor, with a benchmark score of 5,204.
The specs show its single-threaded (per-core) performance should be only slightly slower than a modern desktop computer's Quad-Core CPU.
It is dual-core, not quad-core found in most desktop computers, but that only means its gaming and multi-tasking performance will be slower.
So, it's a very powerful little computer that can easily hook up to any monitor or HDTV.