HP dx5150 Small Form Factor review

£369
Price when reviewed

For businesses, the dx5150 range offers an impressively flexible set of specifications, as well as an incredibly tempting price. The downside is that ATi simply doesn’t have Intel’s proven track record when it comes to producing motherboard chipsets, and that will cause understandable caution over any large-scale rollout. There’s also nothing to compare with Intel’s comprehensive remote management features, all of which leaves Dell’s significantly more expensive OptiPlex 620 USFF on the A List. For smaller installations, though, it’s a far less serious concern, especially as HP includes a three-year on-site warranty and took the PC Award in our Reliability & Service survey. And it isn’t only businesses that will find the dx5150 an appealing proposition; it will be just as comfortable at home as in the office. For those without business accounts, www.dabs.com is selling this configuration for £392 exc VAT.

HP dx5150 Small Form Factor review

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