HP Not Through with PCs Yet, Announces 8200 Elite All-in-one

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JohnP

Not a damn word about the printer business. Is that included with the PC deal or is it completely off the table?

 

Got it, NON-PRINTING CONSUMER HARDWARE from a Wired article...

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Engelsstaub

Doesn't seem "well-specced" to me. " "...starts at only $1000?"

I'd rather have an "over-priced" (as I hear over and over) iMac which starts with an i3 and doesn't use laptop mobos/CPUs. I could run Win7 on it and cover the Apple logo with a piece of duct tape so as not to offend some :P

Really? Are we plugging a sell-out company that ties Dell for the worst possible customer service after they have your money??

I'd look into an Asus or something if I were in the market for an all in one Windows-based PC. Just me.

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TechW

Why in the world would anyone buy from HP now? They have shown that they cannot be trusted and said that they do not even want to be in the PC business. Perhaps when they sell this for 80% off retail it might be worth looking at just like the Touchpads.

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d3v

Yeah that's why the stock price tanked. If your going to sell your PC business don't make your intentions public until you've found a buyer and finalised the sale. Otherwise consumers and investors will loose confidence in your products.

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JohnP

Well said...

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yackman01

Did i miss something here?  There is no Core i2 Processor.....may wanna fix that.

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Dman222123222

Think they fixed it

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michaelsonline

It could be the rumored i2d2 processor (codenamed starwars).

HP going out with a bang! (cue music, cue deathstar explosion scene)

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