Buy HP Mini Tower: Slim Desktop at the best price

Watching videos, working on projects, and staying in touch with family and friends are just a few of the things you can do quickly and easily with the HP Slim Desktop S01-aF2001ng. The integrated Intel technology consisting of a processor and onboard graphics chip as well as an SSD memory predestine the slim tower for office work as well as for casual gaming. Notebooksbilliger (NBB) has various HP products on sale as part of the “HP Winter Deals” sales campaign (from January 18 to 31, 2023). Including currently the slim mini-tower from Hewlett Packard for only 299 euros – including shipping costs (all information – as of January 18, 2023).

HP Slim Desktop S01-aF2001ng on sale at NBB

The desktop computer is powered by the Intel processor Pentium Silver J5040. This is one of Intel’s mobile processors, has 4 cores with 4 threads and is based on the 9th generation of the Intel Pentium series. It’s not the fastest, but it’s still sufficient for office work, surfing the Internet or using chat programs. 8 gigabytes (GB) are available as main memory (RAM), which can be expanded to a maximum of 16 gigabytes. A 256 GB SSD in the form of an M.2 bar ensures quick access to files.

The following interfaces can be found in the HP desktop: 4x USB 3.2 Gen1 – 5Gb/s, 2x USB 2.0, line-in, line-out microphone & headphones, Bluetooth 5.0, Ethernet LAN, WLAN-ac. FreeDOS is used as the operating system. A Windows operating system is not included.

  • processor: Intel Pentium J5040 – up to 3.20GHz
  • random access memory: 8GB
  • data storage: 256GB SSD
  • graphic: Intel UHD Graphics 605
  • she save 20 euros compared to the competition

Office PC: HP Slim Desktop S01-aF2001ng at

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