The HP Pavilion AMD Phenom II 1TB Desktop, Model: p6320f is the perfect desktop for editing photographs, playing video games or surfing the web due to its advanced features and technologies. This HP Pavilion p6320f Desktop will provide you with the latest in processing technologies, a massive hard drive and additional features to support even advanced-level users. This HP Pavilion p6320f Desktop demands an average price of $650, and it can be purchased anywhere HP Pavilion desktops are sold.
Processor: 4.5/5 Stars
Hard Drive: 5/5 Stars
Value for Price: 5/5 Stars
Overall Rating: 4.5/5 Stars
Processor and Hard Drive:
This HP Pavilion p6320f Desktop comes equipped with the AMD Phenom II Quad-Core Processor (820). This processor will provide you with a total of four independent processing cores that work together to streamline your requests. You will be able to run numerous high-performance applications at a single time without experiencing a lack in performance.
The hard drive capacity within this HP Pavilion p6320f Desktop measures 1TB, which will give you the flexibility to constantly evolve your music, movie and photo library without the constraints smaller hard drives provide. Even creative professionals who must use editing software suites will find this hard drive to be ample in size and capability.
This HP Pavilion p6320f Desktop will provide you with a dual-layer optical drive that gives you the flexibility to easily read and write CDs and DVDs as well as create laser-etched labels directly onto your discs through the LightScribe Technology System.
This HP Pavilion p6320f Desktop will also allow the freedom to connect to the internet through two different manners. These include the 10/100Base Ethernet connection as well as through the wireless 802.11/a/b/gn wireless interface.
As for other connectivity options, this HP Pavilion p6320f Desktop features a total of six USB 2.0 ports, one FireWire Port as well as a VGA-out port. You can easily upload all of your digital photographs and videos through the 15-in-1 media card reader, which is located upfront on the computing tower.