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Pros: Size is nice, SD storage option is very good, price if you get this free is good
Cons: Text is very small and hard to read - I increased font size to 126% which helps
Windows 10 is frustrating to anyone used to 7 etc. esp on this tablet with touch interface
Tapping often fails to do anything -THIS IS REALLY BAD
Other Thoughts: I cannot recommend this to anyone unless you want tons of frustrationsREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: This is a first class Intel Corei5 system housed in HP's microtower case, which is much higher quality than the current HP 400 G1 computers, whose main advantage is USB 3.0, which the Elite 8200 does not have.
Windows 7 is also a far better choice for those who work with computers seriously, since Windows 8, 8.1, and 10 have strayed too far in the tablet direction, and are a huge waste of time in addition to having serious compatibility problems still.
The refurbishers have done an excellent job. If you need more RAM or more storage, the costs are lower than ever.
Cons: Lacks USB 3.0
Other Thoughts: Many of these HP Refurbished Business models are sturdy, reliable, relatively fast for office work and thus are excellent deals when they come with Windows 7.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This computer is perfect for someone who only wants e-mail or internet access, not for anyone doing any heavy duty stuff such as video editing or serious gaming.
It comes with Win 7 64bit and as the enclosed note says - a stable OS, no need to upgrade to Win 10 (which is an attempt to give get back to Win 7, but fails). I agree wholeheartedly - forget about Win 10 it stinks for anyone other than a total beginner who does not need access to various OS settings which the experienced user needs to find.
Other Thoughts: These HP computers (6000 series) come with an excellent solid high quality case with lots of room in a smaller tower case.
Note that a standard mATA motherboard will not work because of the HP layout -the I/O end is on the shorter horizontal end of the motherboard.