Review: HP's Pavilion s5180a proves that cheap and cheerful isn't everything

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Review: HP's Pavilion s5180a proves that cheap and cheerful isn't everything

The HP Pavilion s5180a punches above its weight and provides a welcoming entry point for a starter or low-end upgrade system.

In comparison to the Acer Aspire X5810, opposite, the exterior of the HP Slimline Desktop is a little more friendly and welcoming. From the gentle blue glow of the on/off button and the highlight stripe at the top of the chassis, through to the curved and bevelled piano-black front panel, ...

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