HP Blackbird 002 set to ship
Are you thinking of getting a brand new PC sometime in the near future? Well, if you happen to have the budget for something big and powerful, you can always consider the HP Blackbird 002 which will be available in an exclusive configuration at Amazon.com, Newegg.com and select Best Buy, Circuit City, J&R and Micro Center retail stores and online shops this summer. This landmark event also marks the first time the HP Blackbird 002 will be made available in retail stores, allowing more customers to experience it up close and personal before they make up their mind about purchasing it. Of course, the retail configuration won’t disappoint when it comes to cutting-edge design and performance elements, since this is a thoroughbred machine that is meant to be set apart from the other desktop PCs in its class. Retail displays will also include video demonstrations of the system while offering live play.
What makes the Blackbird 002 so special? Well, it boasts Voodoo DNA which has won many bouquets over the years, and has the ability to handle extreme computing challenges, ranging from next-generation games to demanding professional applications courtesy of its isolated thermal chambers, tool-free accessibility, and cable-free hard drive installation. Design-wise, it is pretty much up there, guaranteed to drop the jaws of whoever sees it. Pricing starts from $3,299 upwards, and below are the specifications.
- Intel Core 2 Quad Processor Q9450
- Genuine Windows Vista® Home Premium 64-bit edition with Service Pack 1
- Quiet, liquid cooled CPU
- NVIDIA nForce SLI motherboard with RAID support
- Dual SLI NVIDIA GeForce 9800 GT graphics cards with support for Microsoft® DirectX 10
- 4,096 MB Corsair Dominator system memory with DHX technology
- 500 GB 7,200 rpm SATA hard drive
- Five internal, hot-swappable hard drive bays
- 7.1 onboard HD audio
- Concealed USB, FireWire® and audio ports, plus 15-in-1 memory card reader
- 900 watt power plant
- One-year HP limited warranty and toll-free phone support