Zoostorm 7877-0317 Small Form Factor Desktop PC (Intel Core i3-3220 3.3GHz Processor, 6GB DDR3, 500GB HDD, DVD-RW, 6x USB 2.0, DVI-D, VGA, 5.1 Audio, Windows 7 Professional)
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All Zoostorm Business PCs are designed around the principles of productivity and longevity. These PCs are also designed to be space saving and configured to work with business applications such as office, database and communication.
All Zoostorm business PCs are ready to network out of the box and feature Windows 8 Pro. A durable keyboard and mouse are also provided with the package.
The Zoostorm 7877-0317 Business Desktop PC (case type: Small Form Factor Case)- powered by CPU Intel Core i3-3220 (3.30 Ghz) is designed for entertainment. Featuring 2 x DDR3 memory sockets and memory supplied = 6 GB DDR3 1,333 MHz, it includes operating system Windows 7 Professional, storage interface: 4 x S-ATA/300 (2 Free), hard drive supplied: 1TB S-ATA/300, optical drive: DVD supermulti also. You can view your photos and films with Intel HD graphics.
There are numerous connection options with this PC including a chipset: Intel H61 Express, audio: 5.1, LAN Speed: 10/100/1000. You can also connect your USB devices easily, thanks to front I/O: 4 x USB 2.0 ports, rear I/O: 2 x USB 2.0 ports, 1 x PS/2 Keyboard, 1 x LAN, 1 x DVI-D, 1 x VGA. It is provided with PSU Size: 300 Watts, product width: 90 mm, product height: 330 mm and gross weight: 11.5Kg.
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I set the machine up to dual boot because I have already paid the Microsoft tax, so might as well keep the Windows partition around. Ubuntu finds all the hardware without any problem, apart from the driver for the ethernet, which is a Realtek 8168. A bit of a bummer because in order to download the driver, I'd have to get on the internet, which does not work. Not a problem, I downloaded it from another machine and transferred it via a USB drive. Hey presto, all is well.