do not buy unless you want all of your personal information compromised Hewlett Packard monitors all of your personal informatio
John D. Young "jyparkway", Amazon
25 January 2014
Summary: Please do not buy unless you want all of your personal information compromised Hewlett Packard which is own and operated in the USA. monitors all of your personal information in India The Technicians have the skill of a mouse and the tongue of a snake. All your Credit Card information is not secure even on a HTTPS: server passwords credit cards and Facebook and tweets are all stored in India and they state that since you purchased through AMAZON the warranty provided is...
Summary: I purchased my 320-1050 March 11, 2012. One year and 11 days later it went into a coma. After several days and a $50 diagnostic, it fired up and lasted until May 28th. My serviceman found out the following. HP has discontinued the entire 320 model line and has no motherboards available anywhere. Worse, they don't plan on making any more parts available, including motherboards, once the current supply is gone.
Summary: I may have just gotten a lemon, but I've had mine only 4 months and I got a black screen. Seems like one of the memory modules went bad. Very disappointing. HP is going to fix it, but it will take weeks, I've lost my files (thankfully not all), and I'm not feeling reassured about its reliability. I've had such great experience with Dell, but they didn't have a touch screen in my price range, so based on the reviews I bought HP.
Summary: It worked to one month after the warranty ran out...bought 6/11...broke 7/12. It could not be repaired. No more large dollar items for Amazon purchases, I'll stick with books and CDS&DVDS, and no more Gateway products. Just not as good as it once was. I had a Gateway for 9 years and it was great! I am heartbroken. I now have a Tosheba.
Summary: bought this computer, brought it home and have nothing but trouble. It freezes up, ticks, and goes blank. A few days it was fine and now back to these terrible issues with alot of messages this morning that there was a complete system failure. Returning it today which is a complete bummer. All my emails are set up and software installed. what an inconvenience.
Summary: I bought this unit I have had nothing but issues with it since the day I opened the box. I have had an issue with the unit not saving my default setting changes. I called HP support in India that was a joke and a half. Only slightly better was the esculation tech support here in the US. I have explained to them repeatedly the problem with the unit was the machine is working we will not repair it or fix the problem.
Summary: I was really excited about this computer. It looked great, and started up fine. I started going through the set up procedures (naming the computer, registering the computer with HP, etc), but when I was on the registration page, entering my email address and the other required information, the computer suddenly shut down. It just died, like it had been unplugged. I tried turning it back on, but it did not respond.
Summary: Update: After 6 months I began having the blue screen of death. After having that fixed. I went ahead and had that fixed. Now under a year later I call HP because the computer is running extremely slow and all they can say is it's a software problem with the Windows and wanted to charge me a total of $300. This computer is not worth it in the long run. I purchased this computer because I wanted less wires, more space, and the touch screen use.
Summary: This particular computer was a lemon. We unpacked and set it up; connected to home network, added printer. In less than an hour the computer had froze/locked up approx. 5 times. Contacted HP Support, they were very helpful and they assisted with a series of system hardware/software tests and helped with a system recovery. Following the system recovery, the computer locked up two more times and the monitor was frozen with a striped, pixilated pattern.