Summary: I bought this computer and really enjoyed it at the beginning. I wanted the lightscribe for my photo dvds and thought that was cool. However I started to notice within 3 months or so my disc drive wasnt refreshing in the my computer section. I called them up a short time later and we went through some steps and for a while it worked normally.
Summary: I bought this computer in December, and for the reasons I bought it I was worth the purchase. It fit the limited space I was using for the PC. A couple of months after use, the computer starting restarting on it's own, and became too persistent to be able to use the machine. At that point I called support.
Summary: I wasn't looking for a heavy duty PC, but something simple and to get the job done. I am a photographer and do minor editing to my works so I didn't need anything major. It has been almost 2 months now since I've had the computer and there hasn't been one issue. I can't say the same for the Dell laptop that replaced this. The first month I had the Dell laptop and there were issues right away.
Summary: Good computer. Easy to unpack and set up. I can run Napster, Explorer, Word, etc. at the same time without experiencing any slowdown. So far it's been fine for my pedestrian needs and it is an attractive computer.
Generally good; problem with dvd drive; big problem with HP telephone help
Primrose Hill, Amazon
9 January 2010
Summary: Shortly before Thanksgiving I helped a relative whose previous desktop was on its last legs to pick out a new computer, and we decided that an all-in-one would be good for her small desk and very modest computing needs. We had not tried the HP brand before, but she was not happy with her previous Gateway or Toshiba, so took a chance (as this was really the only all-in-one at a price point she was willing to consider).
Summary: I have been using now for about six weeks. Wanted to wait before posting a review. Easy set up and does the job without the tower. This is an in between type computer-not a laptop but no longer has the tower. HP advertises this product as such. In use in my office, so I have the space for a tower but this takes care of that with the all in one unit. I had to call HP service for one problem and it was handled to my satisfaction.
Summary: What a great buy. Great space saver. Comes fully loaded, all I had to do was plug it in. Easy! More manufacturers should build an all-in-one wireless that's not a laptop at such a very reasonable price.
Summary: Well a year later I am thoroughly disgusted. Most of the software were trial periods and are now expired, I have a worthless computer with no usable software. HUGE PIECE OF CRAP. so much for my research. I did quite a bit of research before I decided to buy this particular computer. It was wrapped and put under the tree so I had to wait almost a month to open it. I have to say that we are VERY happy with this computer.
Summary: Bought this to be used at a kitchen built in desk with limited space. Added my own wireless keyboard and mouse to minimize all the wires that come with having a PC. It is very attractive where it sits with only one hard wire, the power cord, that is well concealed behind the computer. I had to buy HP's Windows 7 driver to connect to my wireless printer that is in the library. Worth it, sleek and compact.
Pros: Easy To Setup, Easy To Use, Fast, Sleek Design
Summary: I bought this all-in-one because I could not afford the forbbiden fruit version. I am very happy with my decision. My impteus in buying an all-in-one is that we have a smaller desk now and I needed something with compact profile & minimal external components. The HP All-In-One serves all my home computing needs & I love the fact that it has built in wireless as we don't have our guest room/office hardwired.