The Compaq CQ2000 was a line of compact desktop computers manufactured by Compaq, a company that was later acquired by Hewlett-Packard (HP). The CQ2000 series was designed to provide a basic computing experience for home and small office users. These desktop computers featured energy-efficient processors, sufficient storage capacities, and integrated graphics solutions suitable for everyday tasks such as web browsing, word processing, and multimedia playback. The CQ2000 models typically came with pre-installed operating systems and a range of connectivity options, including USB ports, audio jacks, and sometimes built-in Wi-Fi. While the Compaq CQ2000 series offered affordable computing solutions, it became outdated as newer and more powerful desktop models were introduced to the market.