Builtin WirelessN networking, TV tuner, Excellent pricetoperformance ratio.
Sleek, compact design, Bluray optical drive, HDMI output, Excellent performance
All of the features we'd want in a living-room-friendly slim tower; fast computing performance; budget video card will play HD video and most 3D games.
No optical audio out, Lots of bloatware installed
No FireWire or eSATA ports; power hog.
By Dev Hardware on March 03, 2011
In the market for a new desktop tower computer? Today we'll look at two machines in this niche, the HP Pavilion Slimline s5660f and the Gateway FX 6840-15e. Size isn't everything, as you'll see when we check out how well these two computers...-
By PCWorld on January 14, 2011
Its small, its inexpensive, and its not upgradable--but why would you want to rip the Blu-ray player out of this superskinny system anyway? The networking, however, is another story....70
By TechReviewSource on November 18, 2010
The HP Pavilion Slimline s5660f PC is a slim desktop computer with a good selection of multimedia features, including a Blu-ray drive and a TV tuner. It also has dedicated graphics, a 2.9GHz AMD CPU and 6GB of RAM. Because of this, it makes an...90
By cnet on November 16, 2010
From fast performance, to a Blu-ray drive, to plentiful other features, HP's Pavilion Slimline includes almost everything we'd ask for in our ideal living-room slim tower PC. It will seem expensive if you're more inclined to get a Nettop or...77