Summary: I bought this computer on May 4, 2014. It immediately started dropping the WiFi connection. I kept fixing it until it was not something I could do. I contacted customer support and we fixed it. It was back to dropping WiFi withing 2 days. I worked with customer support again and fixed it.
Summary: Beware the Warranty Limitations! We had this computer forseveral months then it started crashing a few minutes after using it. We have another computer of this model that is functioning without problems. Amazon will not allow us to return it since we had it 90 days.
Summary: The all-in-one has a nice clear screen. Any you don't have the separate tower taking up room. However that's about all the good I can say about it. You rarely use the touch capability. Using the traditional mouse is much more efficient than moving your hand to the screen to perform an operation.
Summary: The wireless card in this computer is totally worthless. After about six hours over three days of trying to understand the broken English of HP technical support (support? Hah! Can't even screen employees for ability to speak English) here was what I was told: The wireless card in this computer has...
Summary: The first one was DOA. To put it simply I needed a touch screen all in one with a HDMI port so I could hook up my DirecTV satellite receiver. HP assured me that this model did. Of course it doesn't. Then after consulting with the HP tech department they built me one supposedly with the port.