Summary: We were very impressed by the Touchsmart 610 -- it's a system that beautifully designed, and it's both robust with its power and innovative with its functionality. The computer's specs are packed in a slim, compact frame that can take virtually everything you throw at it without any slowdown issues,...
Pros: Very Strong Performance:, System Design:, Recline Functionality:, Magic Canvas (When Everything Works Perfectly):, Display Quality:, HP Linkup:, Beats Audio:
Cons: Magic Canvas (When It Doesn't Work Well):, No USB 3.0:
Excerpt: Touch screens are all the rage with mobile technology, but touch-enabled desktops are still few and far between. HP originally led the way with the first TouchSmart PC back in 2008 , and since then they’ve been continually innovating the line.
Conclusion: This computer is a tour-de-force for modern touchscreen desktops. It throws everything that one could imagine at the task at hand. It has fast hardware, a brilliant display, a custom touch interface, and a unique hinge that makes it possible to angle the entire touchscreen in numerous ways for easy...
Pros: Beautiful 1080p display, Touch input is responsive, Fast hardware, Unique hinge works well
Cons: Expensive, No HDMI out, Touch input is of questionable use
Excerpt: Is it just us or do all-in-ones seem to be having a moment? Over the past two months, we've seen Toshiba make a belated jump into the market, while Lenovo went and added one to its family of Think-branded laptops and desktops.
Pros: Gorgeous 1080p touchscreen, Innovative and useful sliding hinge design, Great performance and specs for the price
Cons: Design has a few chintzy bits, Takes up more space than competing models, The keyboard isn't our favorite