HP Thin Client - AMD G-Series GX-415GA Quad-core (4 Core) 1.50 GHz - Black
4 GB RAM DDR3L SDRAM - 8 GB SSD - AMD Radeon HD 8330E (512 MB - Gigabit Ethernet - HP ThinPro - DisplayPort - Network (RJ-45) - 8 Total USB Port(s) - 6 USB 2.0 Port(s) - 2 USB 3.0 Port(s) - 85 W - View Complete Details
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