GREAT DEAL: HP Pavilion 560 Desktop, $650 for limited time. A powerful gaming machine (Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, ATI Radeon RX480 and 1TB HDD)

Posted by B. Johnson
HP Pavilion 560 desktop
2 days go, there was an interesting deal from HP which was HP Pavilion 15t Power Laptop that cost only $650 ($200 off) if you're looking for a powerful gaming laptop at affordable price. But apparently, that was not the only deal that's worth checking out. Today, you can get a powerful gaming desktop, HP Pavilion 560-p015HVR at the same $650 price tag. The coolest thing is, this is a VR-ready desktop.

First of all, you need to know that, HP Pavilion 560 is a desktop, NOT a laptop. And keep in mind that desktop consumes a lot of power from the electricity of your house. So if you don't want to significantly increase your monthly electric bill, you might want to skip this offer and get a laptop instead.

Okay, so HP Pavilion 560 desktop will get its price slashed down to just $650 today. But this offer is only available for limited time. So if you don't want to miss this deal, you better act fast and make a purchase.

But in order to get the $150 discount for this awesome desktop, be sure to apply the promo code "HVR200" on the checkout page before you make a payment.

In regular days, this HP's desktop is originally priced at $800. So a $150 discount price surely makes this desktop look more appealing to desktop hunters out there.

But what's so special about HP Pavilion 560 desktop that makes us want to recommend this bad boy to you?

Well, HP Pavilion 560 is a powerful desktop, especially when it comes to performance. In fact, with the internal hardware that it comes with, this desktop is definitely more than capable to be your next gaming desktop.

It's powered by an Intel Core i5-6400 processor, with the memory of 8GB and ATI Radeon RX480 (4GB) VGA handling all the graphical tasks thrown on this device. So for today's standards, this hardware package definitely looks really impressive on paper, right?

Basically, with this type of hardware, you can run many latest next-gen games released today like Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and many more. And these 2 games were just released around 2 to 3 months ago. So we're are more than sure this HP Pavilion 560 is well-equipped for playing most of today's PC games, if not all.

There's more.

So HP Pavilion 560 comes equipped with 128GB SSD (solid-state-drive) as well as a huge 1TB hard drive on board. So if you want to keep many of your media files like movies or music, yes, you can totally do that on this machine.

HP Pavilion 560 desktop
When it comes to design, HP Pavilion 560 actually looks quite elegant and classy. And it's also pretty compact as a desktop, measuring around 14.3-inches tall and 6.5-inches across.

The other great thing about this HP desktop is, HP Pavilion 560 is well-prepared for VR gaming. So if you happen to own a Virtual Reality device like Oculus Rift or HTC Vive at your disposal, you're totally allowed to use it on this desktop to play VR-supported games - like Edge of Nowhere (a third-person horror/monster game), Dead and Buried, and many more.

HP Pavilion 560 includes all integral components of a desktop. You'll get USB ports, USB-Type-C ports and there's even DVD burner equipped on this device, allowing you to burn blank DVDs for your data or media files like movies, music, etc.

So, what are you waiting for?

If you're currently still wondering what desktop to buy for your home, look no further, HP Pavilion 560 desktop can be one of the best options out there.

It will cost you $650 ($150 off from regular price), but this deal is for limited time. So act fast, head over to HP official store and apply the promo code "HVR200" on the checkout page.

http://store.hp.com/us/en/ConfigureView?langId=-1&storeId=10151&catEntryId=1501157&jumpid=af_gen_nc_ns
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