HP Firebird 802 Review

Posted: Mar 26 2009, 1:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:36pm CDT, in News | I4U Gadget Reviews

 
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Our review partner Digital Trends got the HP Firebird 802 into their testing lab and published a review. The HP Firebird 802 is a highly compact gaming PC and has found love at Digital Trends as they gave it their Editors' Choice Award.

Quote from the review: "After leaving traces of drool on HP's tiny-yet-powerful Firebird on the show floor at CES, we couldn't wait to get (a clean) one home and put it through all the rigors of real-world gaming. The computer's hybrid design combines components from both the powerful desktop and compact notebook realms in an attempt to wring both performance and efficiency from a compact desktop you wouldn't be ashamed to show off. It's a unique approach that flies in the face of the typical over-the-top gaming rigs that emphasize computational grunt above all else. But can scavenged notebook pieces really compete in a field dominated by shameless watt guzzlers? We set up our freshly acquired Firebird up in the DT labs to find out."
Read the full HP Firebird 802 Review.

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