There are supercharged computers then there are turbo boost computers, there are many of them with lots of powers and huge storage space but do we really need them? In this era, you can not say that you do not need a computer but what you need a computer according to your requirements. If you are having a family, you typically work 40 hours a week. Of course you will not spend to have a computer which is good for 3D games or with lots of power. You will rather look something which is lighter and more economic and trusting but has the power to handle multiple tasks at a time. It has to be more family sort of computer which can do research, photo edits.
It's a family deal; HP Pavilion Slimline s5650z is not a huge box which worries you for the space. You can fix this slim gleaming casing anywhere easily. It looks good and it works very efficiently, it is a multitask supporting machine on which you can run multiple applications at the same time like you are having a video chat on Skype and you are scanning some documents. Soon you will be finishing the PowerPoint presentation for which you were getting help through a video call. It will run all these application without annoying you and will perform the task smoothly.
It comes up with AMD Athlon 3.0GHz, 2MB L2, up to 4000MHz bus with the memory 3GB and a free upgrade 4GB from 3GB, storage of 320GB SATA hard drive with a free upgrade 640GB from 320GB. The starting price of $ 429.99 now with these specs and you are getting free up gradations, you get genuine Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit. These are the base configurations, but most of the time we all think that why not spend a bit more and get more of it.
HP is always very helpful with customization, and always has given the wide range for customization you can increase memory up to 8GB it has got 4 DIMM slots, not happy with storage you can have up to 1.5TB same with the processor. You can have AMD Phenom 2.9GHz, 2MB L2 + 6MB L3 shared, up to 4000MHz with more cache. But HP Pavilion Slimline s5650z with these configurations can process several applications running same time with an ease.