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Recertified: HP Pavilion A6803W(NC890AAR) Athlon X2 4850e(2.5GHz) 3GB DDR2 500GB NVIDIA GeForce 6150 SE Windows Vista Home Premium 32-bit

Recertified: HP Pavilion A6803W(NC890AAR) Athlon X2 4850e(2.5GHz) 3GB DDR2 500GB NVIDIA GeForce 6150 SE Windows Vista Home Premium 32-bit
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6 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 6 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the value for money, whereas many are critical about the usability.

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On average, users rate this product 60/100.

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Became a parts computer.


Anyone can get bad hardware, especially from a oem company.

It was all ways

After one week the motherboard died. We had to replace the desktop with one of our more expiensive systems, and we just parted out the good hardware

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Ripped Off


NewEgg should have stated better on the phone how they work and if a replacement was there I didn't know until I called a second time a week after the first time that I wasn't getting what I ordered

I would like to say there were Pros but computer never booted up

after going through the return prosses and getting an RMA I was under the impresion I would be getting another computer back but as it turns out they don't tell you in any E-mails that and I end up eating the 24.99 for shipping and not having anything...

Consumer review by:

Power button sticks


Good pc for my son & father.

cheap, large hard drive, decent memory, extemely happy that it had a free Windows 7 upgrade (Vista slow & painful)

comes with a PS/2 mouse & keyboard -they work, just old school. Power button on top has a nasty habit of sticking, have to pop it up to get pc to turn on sometimes


Consumer review by:

Solid performance for the money


This was a pretty great birthday gift. :D

This is a great system for the price, which offers decent expandability. It comes Phenom II ready (I intend to upgrade in the near future), and fits dual height video cards. (Though you'd need a new PSU for that, of course.) ; For basic computing--web...

It comes with 32-bit Vista, and the motherboard fits just 4GB of DDR2 RAM. You can get more on both fronts, plus quad-core, for another $100. Look elsewhere if you need those out of the box ; On this PC, Vista comes loaded with HP bloatware. Wasn't fun...

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- this was a present for my wife, who will NEVER play any games on it. - simply home/business use - and for that this Desktop is perfect.

Relatively Cheap. Looks Great. Comes with Upgrade Option to Windows 7 (Free). Keyboard looks great as well. (Not a standard cheap kind, but multimedia keyboard) ; Small


Consumer review by:

good comp for cheap


its worth the money. if your a casual computer user, you need no more than this offers. If you are a gamer, you can buy this and slap in a $50 graphics card to run all current games at max or high settings. admittedly though, that wont last long....

cheap. good case/build quality. good performance for price

onboard video, vista home, only upgradeable to 4GB of ram and uses a slower type of ram