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HP Media Center With Intel® Pentium® D930 3.0GHz with 21" HDTV Wide Flat Panel

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I received this HP's FLAG SHIP Media Center and 21" Wide Screen HDTV ready flat panel monitor as a form of payment from a client of mine. Its STILL BRAND NEW, NEVER OPEND as you will see in the pictures below.

Computer Specs

Processor and Memory:

Intel® Pentium® D Processor 930 featuring two processing cores

Processor speed: 3.0GHz

L2 Cache: 2X2MB

Front Side Bus: 800MHz

1.5GB PC2-4200 DDR2 SDRAM memory (3x512MB for ultimate performance)(expandable to 4GB)

4 Dimm (240-pin, DDR2) (one available) memory slots

Hard Drive and Multi-Media Drives:

300GB 7200RPM Serial ATA hard drive

DVD SuperMulti Drive with LightScribe Technology: 16x DVD±R, 8x DVD+RW, 6x DVD-RW, 8x DVD+R DL, 4x DVD-R,DVD-R DL, 5x DVD-RAM, 16x DVD-ROM, 40x CDR, 32x CDRW, 40x CD-ROM

DVD-ROM drive 16x max speed

Includes 1 blank HP LightScribe CD-R disc

Audio, Video, and Graphics:

Intel High Definition Audio with up to 7.1 surround sound capabilities

ATI Radeon X1300 Pro graphics card with up to 256MB DDR video memory, TV out and DVI capabilities

TV Tuner (NTSC) with personal video recorder and FM tuner (antenna included)

Data, Fax, and Modem:

Integrated 10/100Base-T network interface

56k modem

Expansion Slots:

3 PCI Slots (1 available)

1 PCI Express x16 (occupied)

Expansion Bays:

2 external 5.25”( occupied)

1 external 3.5”( occupied)

1 HP Personal Media Drive Bay (available)

External Ports:

Front panel 9-in-1 memory card reader – supports Smart Media, xD, MultiMedia Card, Secure Digital (SD), Compact Flash I, Compact Flash II, Micro Drive, Memory Stick and Memory Stick Pro

7 USB 2.0 ports (3 front, 4 back)

2 FireWire® (IEEE 1394) ports (1 front, 1 back)

1 parallel, 2 PS/2 ports

Microphone/line-in/line-out (front)

Front panel composite video, S-Video and audio inputs

Keyboard, Mouse, Monitor and Remote Control:

HP Wireless keyboard and optical mouse with extended range (up to 16 feet)

HP f2105 21” wide flat panel monitor with integrated speakers

HP Media Center remote control with IR receiver


Microsoft® Windows® XP Media Center Edition 2005

HP Image Zone

Sonic DigitalMedia Plus

muvee™ autoProducer

InterVideo WinDVD 5 player

Sonic MyDVD

Real Player

Microsoft® Works 8

MSN® Encarta Standard Online

Adobe® Acrobat Reader 7.0

Quicken 2006 New User Edition

Microsoft® Money 2005

Dimensions and Weight:

Dimensions Packaged Bundle: 25.75"H x 20"W x 28.88"D (approx.)

Weight Packaged Bundle: 68 lbs. (approx.)



HDTV-ready1 f2105.

Size 21"

Viewable area 200 sq in

Dot pitch 0.270 mm

Maximum resolution 1680 x 1050 @60Hz

ENERGY STAR compliant No

Plug and play compatible Yes

Built-in microphone No

On-screen display Yes

Pre-programmed modes Yes

Speaker hangers No

Dimensions 23.1 x 13.5x3.5

• View in crystal clarity with the high definition that supports a whopping resolution of 1680 x 1050 and 16.7 million colors; view razor-sharp video from your PC

• Bring DVD movies brilliantly alive and enjoy bright, awesome graphics with the wide aspect ratio and super-high resolution

• Get lost in video games with the enhanced scaling and optimization plus response times as fast as 12 MS

• View two letter-size documents side by side, making it easier to scroll, edit graphics, and work with spreadsheets

• Get premium sound with spatial separation via the integrated speakers; listen privately with the integrated headphone jack

• Work and play in comfort with the height-adjustable, dual-hinged stand

• Save space on your desk with the slim profile, or remove the detachable base for wall-mounting2

• Connect to USB devices fast via the two high-speed USB 2.0 ports

• Camouflage your attached components with the connector cover






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How much?!?

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1650.00 gets you the whole package. If anyones interested, give me a call. 651-707-6276

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This is HP's flagship media center and is a 2000.00 system

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    • Sushilicious
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    • Sushilicious
      So dad, my bro, n I started fishing at 4pm last Sunday (crane). We caught 21 eyes, 4 sauger, n a 10in. Perch. We were fortunate enough that 12 eyes, 2 saugers n the perch were keepers. We also had the pleasure of throwing back two 18", a 22" and a 24" eye. We ended up fishing  for 5 hours. There were 2 thing we noticed that affected r fishing. (A) the lack of water ment lack of current which is fundamental the first 3 weeks of opener. (B) we seen 14+ eyes surface as well as 6-7 mayflies in the boat. Getanet I hate 2 state the obvious but from my quick look at kab u weren't even close to a spot I would think would be good this time of year. The best 4 types of spots the first 3 weeks of eyes opener in vnp r current, current, current, n sand. I've never fished kab this time of year but I know Sullivan bay/ash river is the best spot.
    • Sushilicious
      Guessing u aren't from the 218. I went 2 the Virginia n Chisholm lucky 7s today n both locations had shiners. 
    • Wanderer
      I used to fish the City lakes quite a bit many years ago.  Calhoun was a go to for me to have a fun bass fishing day.  I can’t tell you how things are now but back then (1990’s) I’d not only expect numbers but at least one 5 lbr each outing.  My best from there was 6lb 4oz caught on a 10 inch black/blue Power Worm.  We used Carolina Rigged lizards as our second best bait.  We lost some of those to the muskies though. Lake of the Isles was not as good to us but had more interesting Muskie stories than Calhoun did.   Heck, is it even called “Calhoun” anymore?
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      On our way up for the weekend.  Live or frozen shiners?   Best place to get them?  thanks
    • Raven77
      Really enjoyed your video.  Thanks for sharing!
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      Any reports from Frazier bay at all? I’m thinking of making a run in my little boat the narrows. I’m itching to catch some walleye for the frying pan and think heading east may be my best bet but want to see if there’s any info out there before I make the 45 minutes trip!
    • Harv
      Saturday opener was great on Basswood for 3 of us.  Well, bitter sweet.  We brought 10 fish home; but due to the slot of only 1 over 20 inches we had to let 10 fish go.  Some  big eyes that afternoon
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      it definitely is a good area! i appreciate the advice i''ll definitely get out there a couple times to give it a try. Yes, i do have a kayak. My friend is always talking about st johns.   Side note: Has anyone ever had a chance to get out to Calhoun or Lake of isles?  I heard the bass are there in fairly large size..