Pros It's was small and had wireless built in
Cons EVERYTHING ELSE
Summary Notice I speak in the present tense? That would be because mine is no longer operating! After 4 months it's dead and needs major repairs from what I can't tell you because HP never told me or helped me for that matter. I had problems right from the start as well and HP kept telling me to do this and that and that it must be a software issue or because I had spyware and virus issues (i do not) when I it ceased to function at all for the second time I told them enough give me a new one as promised and guess what...They told me Sorry, you are outside of the 90 day warranty for software so we will try to repair it but you may need to buy a new OS!!!
Bottom Line, I initiated a chargeback and my credit card company is dealing with it. I bought a different PC and will never buy a damn thing from them again!
Pros slim and not much else going for it
Cons no printer port
Summary If you are considering this thing be warned that there is NO standard printer port. Also ships with Vista which can be a nightmare with incompatiable programs (which is is just about any program in practice). Getting monitor to work properly was a headache.
Pros compact design
Cons if it worked, maybe I would have more pros or cons
Summary the computer has been returned to HP twice and now will be going back a 3rd time, on both returns the computer did not work again correctly upon return. The customer service is awful, they are either incompetent or are just liars. I will never buy another HP computer.
Pros Adequate Speed (X2 Version) , Small Size
Cons Modem instead of 802.11 Wireless, DVI Omitted
Summary The HP Slimline s76xxe family is sold with many CPU/memory variations. I got a top-of-the-line s7627c. This is an almost perfect PC for users who don't need the blinding speed and graphics of an all-out gaming machine. The s76xx chassis may not be the most attractive around, but the entire PC can be put on its side - onto thoughtfully-provided rubber bumpers.
There is only one PCI slot. In my s7627c configuration, this is taken up by a modem. What was HP thinking by including a slow 56K modem ?!? Unfortunately, the PCI slot needs a half-height PCI card bracket, but 802.11g wireless cards with half-height brackets are scarce.
There is an spare connector for a 2nd SOTA hard drive, but space is so cramped under the 1st hard drive a 2nd drive would be hard to fit.
According to reports, the ASUS-provided A8N-BR motherboard was originally laid out for a DVI output socket, but HP cheaped out a few cents and omitted the DVI. The s76xxe's closest competing machine - Acer's AP1000 -has a DVI socket.
The s7627c build version is not widely sold in the USA. Sam's Club, where I got mine, may be the only USA retail outlet at this time. Best Buy in Canada sells the s7627c. The s7627c comes bundled with a good-looking 19" HP vs19b monitor.
Pros small footprint, quiet, large storage capacity, wireless
Cons Windows Vista
Summary I read, with surprise, some of the negative comments on this machine; it appears most of the negative rants were from Mac owners. The machine does what it was designed to do - compute. It works well and we have it in a law office environment where it takes a beating. I agree with the comments that the editors made concerning the ball mouse - dump it and get a wireless mouse. It is an exceptional value and very quiet. The drawback is that runes Windows Vista - one has to get used to the fact that the operating system is a memory hog and is resplendent with annoyingprompt questions, such as do you really want to exit this program and go to this program.... All in all, we have operated over 50 computers in our office and this is the best besides the old gateway 2000's.