Reviews and Problems with HP Pavilion 23 Touchsmart
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HP Pavilion 21" touch all in one
Alan H, Staples
2 March 2015
Excerpt: Unit was easy to set up, quick to get the included security up and running and seemed to work with all the peripherals that I already owned. Just wouldn't connect to our old XP easily. Screen is vivid, touch is easy to use.
Excerpt: I've used HP products for many years. This computer is easy to use, looks great and requires much less space than the standard desktop. The touch screen moves smoothly and responds well. The memory is non-expandable, with only 500 gb, but generally for home use, it's adequate.
Excerpt: We bought this as a second computer, and it works great. It doesn't have as much power as a tower, but doesn't have all the cables and wires either. It handles word processing, pictures, videos, Internet, and a lot of games just fine. We love it
Excerpt: Got the HP Pavilion for Christmas and I love it! Probably wouldn't get the touch screen next time - it good and all, but I never use it. Great performance and doesn't take up much room. My only complaint is that it did not come with a wireless keyboard and mouse.
Excerpt: This computer runs very smoothly out of the box and was a great value. The touchscreen monitor is very responsive and the resolution looks great. The shipping time was very prompt. The disk drive is in a good place on the side of the monitor.
Excerpt: I was looking for something other than a laptop that could be operated on a WiFi connection- this machine turned out to be perfect. I was concerned about the Windows 8 operating system but with the use of IOBit.com to convert to the Windows 7 screen format it works great.
Excerpt: Did not know how I would like a touchscreen, but it is easy to use and not a difficult transition. Takes getting used to the way windows 8 works, but not bad. Good tutorials and recovery disc easy to create. A keeper for sure.