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Student
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HP Pavilion H8-1240T Desktop Computer Ports and Mobo Slots

Does anyone have one of these computers?

 

I'm thinking of buying either it or one up from it. Problem is, tech specs either don't exist or are really well hidden. Info sheet says there are two USB (2/3?) ports on the front of the computer. Is that all??? How many USB2/3 ports are there total? If there are only two USB ports, are there any standard PCI expansion slots available on the mobo (as opposed to PCIE slots) so that one or more USB expansion cards can be added?

 

Thanx for your help...

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Re: HP Pavilion H8-1240T Desktop Computer Ports and Mobo Slots

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Re: HP Pavilion H8-1240T Desktop Computer Ports and Mobo Slots

I bought one of these from Costco. It has 4 USB2 and 2 USB3 on the back (6 total), 2 USB3 on top, and 2 USB2 on the front.  So 6 total on the back, and 4 total for ad hoc use for a total of 10.  No Firewire.

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Re: HP Pavilion H8-1240T Desktop Computer Ports and Mobo Slots

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Hi,

 

HP h8-1240t specifications.  Motherboard specifications (Formosa).

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