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Now I am on the other side of the CPU table as I prefer AMD.
I venture to point out a couple of things with the systems.
Hp apparently has a slower CPU then the Centaurus
Hp has 8 gigs of memory while Centaurus only has 2 gigs
Hp has a 750 gig HD while Centaurus only has 320 gig HD
Hp has Vista 64 bit while Centaurus only has Win 7 64 bit 30 day trial.
Hp has a 769 meg video while Centaurus has a 512 meg video
HP has a Blu-Ray dvd drive while Centaurus has a standard Dvd drive
As you stated on the Centaurus you can change the components but that will increase the price.
Nicole88 you might try to match the Centaurus system to the HP ssytem and see what the price will be then. Keep the cpu but upgrade the video, memory, HD and the OS to a full 64 bit version.
I myself think the HP is better but as Digerati points out it may have proprietary software installed which takes up a lot of room.
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