Excerpt: While there are upgrades available for this computer, the starting setup is more than enough to make it a decent system on a budget. It has an Intel i3 dual-core processor for great speed and performance, as well as 8GB of RAM; while not mind-blowing, it's more than enough for common tasks and you can pay to upgrade to more memory or a faster CPU.
Conclusion: Not a performance machine, the Pavilion is meant to be a beautiful bargain, and by that measure it succeeds. Spend more on your main computer, the one you'll use for business-critical tasks. But for a family-room shared computer, what you want is a big screen and a small price tag. For that, this Pavilion delivers.
Pros: Bright 23-inch screen, Attractive design, Low price for a large-screen all-in-one system
Cons: No touch screen for Windows 8, No media extras such as Blu-ray support or TV tuner, Cheap keyboard and mouse, Sluggish performance in benchmark tests
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Summary: HP Pavilion 23 è un computer all-in-one equipaggiato con un display da 23 pollici, risoluzione 1920x1080 pixel, sistema operativo Windows 7, processore AMD o Intel Ivy Bridge, card reader e due porte USB 3.0