It seems as if HP are keen to jump on the AMD Fusion APU bandwagon, earlier we revealed the HP Pavilion DM1, now we have an All-In-One to tell you about which also uses AMD’s new platform, this is the HP 100B.
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You can see this AIO above (more here), as you can see the form factor is similar to other HP models, however underneath you have some impressive technical specifications which should make this an impressive piece of kit whilst using a relatively low amount of energy, that said the focus has been to make this a small form-factor PC, which obviously has affect on some of the internal hardware choices.
In terms of specifications you get the E-350 dual-core 1.6GHz processor, up to 8GB of RAM, Radeon HD 6310 graphics, up to a 750GB HDD, a DVD writer, WiFi b/g/n and a 20-inch display which supports a resolution of 1900 x 1600.
Less important specs include six USB 2.0 ports, built-in stereo speakers and gigabit Ethernet, it runs Windows 7 as standard, however you can choose Red Flag Linux or FreeDOS if you prefer.
The HP 100B is well-worth checking out if you are worried about power consumption, also its price tag is pretty impressive starting at just $499 when it becomes available in February, do you think you will buy one?