Summary: I wasn't a big fan of HP until I was talked into this computer. I haven't regretted this purchase...........EVER. I have owned my HP Touch screen for 3 years now. All I can say is I will have another one if anything happens to it. I even have gone through the Vista 64 bit/32 bit problem. This baby has memory and speed. Picture quality is superior, it's like watching your TV at home I promise. I don't use the touch screen all the time but it's awesome to have.
Summary: It is pretty amazing when HP started the AIO concept, a flock of others (Lenovo, Toshiba, Intel, Samsung...)do the same, without any sense of marketing or user studies. With AIO, whenever a component goes bad (motherboard, drive, display, CPU, memory) the whole thing is dead. A particular red flag is the LCD, most given only 1 year warranty. With a desktop, you can just buy another $100 LCD. But with AIO, sorry no luck. You can get very good LCD warranty service (e.g.
Summary: Overall this is a great computer and for a good price. I am the furthest thing from computer savvy and just bought my first computer in 11 yrs and i feel like i have owned this computer all my life. The only draw back is i believe in this day and age we live in there would be more software included in a computer of this level. In the end I would recommend this for anyone who is interested in getting a new computer, HD screen is amazing!!
Pros: Easy To Setup, Fast, Great Display, Great Extras, Quiet
Summary: I have had this in our family office for about 4 months now and it has been rock-solid. Very fast, very sleek - the wireless keyboard and mouse work perfectly and reduce the clutter of cables dramatically. Poor man's iMac? I'll take it anytime!
Summary: I wasn't planning to replace my dead laptop with a desktop all-in-one, but this machine was priced at $599 at Staples as a closeout, so it made it easier to decide. Ironically my computer tech guy recommended a Touchsmart 300 to me for a potential computer because I like entertainment style computers for what I do. Initially, I thought the Touchsmart wouldn't be quite right for me. I was wrong and he was right.
Summary: Love it! Beautiful large screen, wireless keyboard and mouse. This is a replacement for a 6-yr old Dell and I love getting rid of the separate speakers, floor unit and all the cables. Its fast and easy to use. Have not used much of the "touch screen" capability yet. Windows 7 Home Premium so far seems pretty easy to get used to. The only thing I'm not crazy about is the dinky CD/DVD read/write unit that pops out on the side when you push the button.
Summary: This computer is terrific in the kitchen. The screen is responsive and fun to use, and the HP TouchSmart software is also really fun. (There was a lot of "cool!" as we were figuring it out.) The recipe component of the TouchSmart app in particular seems really good, and the netflix app is well-designed and fun to use.