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What is the best mini pc to buy: HP Elitedesk 705 G4 Ryz5 or HP Prodesk 600 G4 Desktop Mini I7-8700T

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Hello, Im from Portugal, and I would like some help to understant, what is the best mini pc betwen this two, can you help me? Thanks. HP Elitedesk 705 G4, AMD Ryzen™ 5 PRO 2400G with Radeon™ RX Vega 11, RAM 8 GB. DDR4 - 2.666 MHz, AMD M4 B350 Socket, 256 GB. SSD M.2 2280. Or HP Prodesk 600 G4 Desktop Mini I7-8700T, 8GB RAM, 256GB M.2 Nvme.

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@MartaGama , welcome to the forum.


It is very difficult to say that either of these computers is better.  They are both great computers.  The major difference is the processor.  The ProDesk has an Intel processor and the EliteDesk has an AMD processor.


Here are both computers at Amazon:


ProDesk 600:


EliteDesk 750 (2020):


I suggest opening the ads side by side to compare the components.  You can select the different combinations of components in the ads to see how the price differs.  I guess it actually comes down to personal preference and what you do with a computer.  You can do a bit of research on the components to see which one meets your needs better.


They are Configure To Order (CTO) models according to the Product Specifications page:






This means that you can go to HP's Store and choose the components that you want to buy.


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