The eyeball grabber
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A stylishly crafted desktop that comes with a great set of features
Get everything you need— monitor, hard drive, processor, webcam, speakers and more—in one streamlined desktop PC from Hewlett-Packard (HP). Omni 220 PC is the latest all-in-one which saves on footprint and is a presentable and sleek desktop replacement from HP. This desktop is crafted to perfection and complements your home or office space beautifully with its brilliant design that is sure to grab eyeballs. You need not worry about clutter and wires as all the components of this desktop are integrated into one stylish unit. This desktop is designed to meet both your personal and professional computing requirements with utmost efficiency.
Elegant and compact with a piano-black and chrome finish, the HP Omni 220 has a streamlined cantilever design with a 21.5-inch HD display and runs second generation Intel quad-core processor, Intel Corei5 2400s (2.50 GHz) and 1 GB Intel Graphics Media Accelerator X4500 dedicated graphics. It provides extra performance when you need it; Intel Turbo Boost technology, which automatically speeds up the system when the PC needs extra performance; multitask processing; and larger cache size for even more responsiveness.
Other basic hardware specifications include 2 GB DDR3 RAM, 1TB HDD. The Omni 220-1020 features built-in speakers (Beats Audio) which are good enough for home use. The monitor has 21.5-inches true high definition LCD display with 1080p (1920 x 1080) resolution. Other features include fast, easy, Web browsing with Windows Internet Explorer, a sophisticated non-glare display with LED back lighting plus platinum metal trim and rounded corners and a free 60-day Norton Internet Security subscription, optimised for your PC.
This all-in-one features an integrated design with single power cord and easy setup. This means that it requires only one power cable for the entire unit. The product saves the clutter from wires as both the keyboard and mouse operate through the Bluetooth dongle, which takes up one permanent slot from the 4 regular USB 2.0 slots on the back of the unit. There are internal antennas for 802.11 Wi-Fi and a built-in webcam and mic. Two additional USB 3.0 slots are available on the side along with card reader slot. There is a R/W DVD drive on the right side of the unit, inbuilt webcam and a microphone. The overall performance of the machine was decent even with a high-end game like COD MW-3 running effortlessly.
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