The HP DX2400 was a desktop PC that the Hewlett-Packard Company made available in 2009. It was designed as a business-oriented computer offered with an entry-level price and specifications, and sub-branded under HP's budget subsidiary Compaq.
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OS, Processor, Memory and Drives
The HP DX2400 had the Microsoft Windows Vista Business operating system and a 2.2-GHz Intel Celeron dual-core E1500 processor, with an Intel G33 Express chipset. Installed memory measured at 1 GB with 800-MHz DDR2 SDRAM architecture. Also included in the DX2400 was an 80-GB 7,200-rpm hard drive, and a SuperMulti DVD+/-RW optical drive with 16x speed and LightScribe technology.
Audio, Video and Modem
The HP DX2000 had a Realtek ALC888S high-definition audio codec for its audio capabilities, and integrated Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 3100 controller for its video and graphics. Also included was a high-speed 56k modem and 10/100/1000 network interface controller.
Available only in black and weighing about 9.98kg, the HP DX2400 measured 6.5 inches x 16.10 inches x 14.88 inches in width, depth and height, respectively. Its ports and slots included six USB 2.0 ports, four PCI card slots, two PS/2 connectors, one VGA connector, one RJ-45 connector, two microphone jacks, one line-in jack and two line-out/headphone jacks.
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