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:
Conclusion: The HP TouchSmart 610-1150y, still the best touch-screen PC on the market today, updates with a second-generation Intel Core i processors and a lower price.
Pros: Blu-ray. TV Tuner. TouchSmart interface is great. Screen tilts and reclines. Large, responsive touch-screen panel. Wireless keyboard and mouse. Entertainment options well integrated into touch interface. HP LinkUp remote control software. Beats Audio enhancements make the system sound great. True...
Cons: No HDMI. No USB 3.0. Only 60-days subscription to Norton Internet Security updates. No eSATA. No unified media purchase system. External power brick. Some bloatware.
Conclusion: Thanks to some amazing innovations, the quad-core-equipped HP TouchSmart 610-1065qd all-in-one desktop moves the touch screen from the novelty phase to the seriously usable phase, and that's worth full marks in my book.
Pros: Tilting and reclining screen. Large touch screen panel. Blu-ray. Wireless keyboard and mouse. Massive entertainment possibilities. USB 3.0. Quad core power. Two HDMI-in ports. 15-month subscription to Norton Internet Security. Responsive touchscreen. Great touch interface. HP LinkUp remote contro...
Cons: No eSATA. No unified media purchase system. External power brick.
Summary: Die Touch-Bedienung von All-in-Ones krankte bisher daran, dass der Arm schnell ermüdet, wenn man ihn ständig vor dem vertikalen Display halten muss. Beim TouchSmart 610 kann das Display nun abgesenkt und nach hinten geneigt werden.