HP slips out new all-in-one Compaq PC

By on April 16, 2010, 8:00 PM
HP has pushed out a new Compaq-branded all-in-one desktop computer, the Presario CQ1-1020. Equipped with Intel's lightweight Atom D410, there's no denying that the 18.5-inch system is intended for very basic use (read: Web browsing).

The CQ1-120 also houses a gig of DDR2 RAM (4GB max), a 160GB 7200RPM hard drive, and a DVD burner. Connectivity includes Ethernet, 802.11b/g/n wireless, a six-in-one memory card reader, eight USB 2.0 ports, and audio jacks. Oddly, the machine comes with Windows XP Home Edition SP3 preinstalled, rather than Windows 7 or even Windows 7 Starter.


The CQ1-1020 is shipping to grandmas everywhere -- so many in fact, that the system is currently out of stock. HP backs the machine with a one-year warranty and it's priced at $429.99 with few if any configuration options available.




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thatguyandrew92 said:

Hmm 1GB memory? Should be 2GB

theoscentral said:

Did they take it down? The HP site is a 404

z0k! said:

the screen certainly seems to show as if it ships with win7

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