Reviews and Problems with HP Pavilion 23 Touchsmart All-in-One
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20 March 2015
Summary: - For those that want a low cost desktop all-in-one system, the HP Pavilion 23-b390 is a good overall option. It offers some decent performance from its AMD quad core processor and better than average integrated graphics.
HP TouchSmart Pavilion 23 -- f260xt All-In-One Desktop Review
17 April 2014
Summary: The Pavilion 23 All-In-One is a desktop that is built to perform for both work and play, but the touch screen feature really makes this unit shine. Of course you are not going to use touch screen mode every time you use your desktop, but it does come in handy for gaming, navigating through web...
Pros: No Hassle Setup:, Touch Capabilities:, Daring Display:, Customize Your Desktop:, Decent Audio:
Cons: Minor Grievances:, Graphics Lacking:, Dated Design:
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...
HP Pavilion TouchSmart 23-f260xt: This clunky-looking budget all-in-one will save you money and space
4 September 2013
Excerpt: I love the sturdy, rectangular stands on the Toshiba and Dell all-in-ones, but I must admit they're not exactly space efficient. HP's Pavilion TouchSmart 23, which costs $800 as of 8/29/13, might not be the most attractive AIO of the bunch, but its signature picture-frame design certainly helps it...