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, and it's light enough to carry from place to place in the house without being bulky or seeming out of place.
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: It’s clear that HP sees the value in this category. The PC maker’s new TouchSmart is sleek, polished, and is the first all-in-one we’ve ever seen to feature a subwoofer-out jack. HP makes a subtle but valid point here: The truth about these systems is that, regardless of where we set them up—kitchen, living room, garage—we find ourselves frequently using them as music stations, so why not aim for higher audio fidelity?
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.