HP today introduced a slim desktop PC, The HP Compaq 6005 Pro. The HP Compaq 6005 Pro Ultra-slim Desktop PC is far better than ordinary desktop computers out there. The 6005 Pro PC based on AMD technologies and is designed for business users. The desktop PC has a couple of interesting features including a very small footprint, one that is no larger then a sheet of paper. The Compaq 6005 Pro is lightweight enough to be mounted on the back of an LCD display screen.
The desktop features AMD Business Class processor technology, AMD 785G chipset and ATI Radeon HD 4200 DirectX 10.1 graphics card. HP reports that its newest Compaq series desktop offers business users energy efficiency, productivity and security in a small, sleek design. Measuring 10 inches high and 2.6 inches wide, the approximate size of a ream of paper, the 6005 Pro USDT can be easily connected to the back of a display using the optional HP Integrated Work Center, promoting a clutter-free workspace. The AMD 785G chipset’s ATI Radeon HD 4200 integrated graphics are less impressive, scoring 1,771 in 3DMark06 and crawling at 3.3 fps in the formidable Unigine Heaven 2.0 benchmark. The quad-core CPU helped the 6005 Pro power through other benchmarks, rendering Cinebench R10′s sample scene in 90 seconds and posting a score of 8,680 in PCMark Vantage.
Measuring just 25.15 x 25.4 x 6.6 cm, the compact enterprise system is equipped with an AMD Sempron, Athlon II or Phenom II processor, up to 8GB of RAM, Radeon HD 4200 integrated graphics, a slim DVD-ROM or DVD writer, and a HDD or SSD for up to 250GB/80GB of storage space. HP 6005 Pro Ultra Slim also boasts Gigabit Ethernet, optional 802.11 b/g/n WiFi, a 1.2 TPM embedded security chip, a power supply with an efficiency of 87%, and D-Sub/DisplayPort outputs.
The 6005 Pro supports DASH , an industry standard for secure remote management akin to Intel’s vPro. The HP ProtectTools administrator console and end-user client offer friendly menus for implementing security functions such as encrypting the hard drive, managing passwords and credentials, and securely deleting files. HP Power Manager lets you enter your working hours and local electricity cost and tells you how much you’ll save by letting the program suspend the PC instead of leaving it running during downtime. Our test unit did supply some interesting utility software.
With the HP Compaq 6005 Pro, you can take advantage of Dynamic Voltage and Frequency Scaling, DASH 1.1 support for remote management, integrated side port memory, and AMD Cool’n’Quiet technology. Compaq 6005 Pro also gives you savings on cooling and power costs as it comes equipped with 87% energy efficient power supply. This is also one of the first Windows based business desktop PCs that are free from Polyvinyl chloride and brominated flame retardants. ultra-slim desktopThe HP Compaq 6005 Pro can be pre-loaded with Windows XP, Vista, 7, FreeDOS or SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 11, and will become available on April 26 starting at price $599.