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    HP Pavilion Wave (600-a055na)

    Sleek, stylish and armed with B&O sound.
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    Re: HP Pavilion Wave (600-a055na)

    For some reason I want one,despite the relatively anaemic specs for the price!!

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    Re: HP Pavilion Wave (600-a055na)

    It's a cute little thing. One with a ryzen quad core APU would be really attractive

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    Re: HP Pavilion Wave (600-a055na)

    if i was in the market for a computer this size i would either go for the Intel Skull Canyon which is literally twice as fast and in the same price area and is semi upgradable or as the above poster says wait for the Ryzen Quad core APU.
    Literally the only advantage this has got is integrated (and pretty good) speakers.

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    Re: HP Pavilion Wave (600-a055na)

    Great system for those that only care about how it looks.

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    Re: HP Pavilion Wave (600-a055na)

    Quote Originally Posted by will19565 View Post
    if i was in the market for a computer this size i would either go for the Intel Skull Canyon which is literally twice as fast and in the same price area and is semi upgradable or as the above poster says wait for the Ryzen Quad core APU.
    Literally the only advantage this has got is integrated (and pretty good) speakers.
    Bingo ! and ditto what he said

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    Re: HP Pavilion Wave (600-a055na)

    Quote Originally Posted by will19565 View Post
    if i was in the market for a computer this size i would either go for the Intel Skull Canyon which is literally twice as fast and in the same price area and is semi upgradable or as the above poster says wait for the Ryzen Quad core APU.
    Literally the only advantage this has got is integrated (and pretty good) speakers.
    What do you mean *only*? Think how much energy efficiency it's gaining by not having a hot mess of LED lights! I doubt you can get such a suave chassis anywhere else, either.



    Still agree with everything said though.

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    Re: HP Pavilion Wave (600-a055na)

    Yet the dedicated case manufacturers still only produce the same towers with ever increasing number of LEDs.

    Good job HP for being different and innovative.

    Heck, even my HP workstation tower at work is better put together and easier to work with than my Corsair case at home.

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    Re: HP Pavilion Wave (600-a055na)

    Pretty much just echoing others here but yes, I love the design however couldn't justify paying so much for such low performance! It would give a good impression to customers if this was sat on top of a reception/customer services desk somewhere though I think.

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