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Affordably priced, Nice display, Supports USB 3.0
Giant, 23-inch display
Large 23-inch display
'The screen is bright and handles action well: It displayed a decent, streak-free1080p picture on our test discs like X-Men: The Last Stand and Mission Impossible .'
'The interface is responsive, and is the benchmark for upcoming Windows 7 all-in-one PCs from Acer, Asus, Dell, Gateway, and MSI.'
'speedy 64GB solid-state drive'
'the newer TouchSmarts are far more media-centric than previous generations - frankly, that's a good thing.'
'Speedier than Atom-powered desktops. '
'Limited upgrade potential.'
'plentiful storage space'
Why this PC is unique.
'The integrated speakers are passable for everyday use, but they won't fill a room with sound.'
'very low price point'
'robust, low-cost AMD chip'
'The hard drive within this HP All-in-One Desktop Computer is slightly disappointing.'
'the MS214's 18.5-inch (1366-by-768 resolution) screen doesn't do 1080p, the matte panel offers excellent contrasts without any of the unfortunate glare found on glossy-based systems.'
'good deal more performance'
'unique and futuristic exterior appearance'
'the screen is bright and sharp, with vivid colors and crisp text and icons.'
'Dual Core Netbook Processor.'
'If you're looking for a very slim PC to set in a non-standard location, such as a kitchen, HP's answer to the eMachines model might be a good place to look. '
'low, low price'
'However, note this is not quite meet a genuine desktop performance levels. '
'Great general performance'
'The mouse and keyboard are wireless, so she can easily move them out of the way, and do a lot with the touch screen.'
'Text is extremely readable, and interacting with the display by touching it elicits a crisp response.'
'very high desktop computer'
'15-inch LCD monitor looks sharp and bright'
'lack internal hard drives or other storage media'
'The Evo D510 Series brings reliable, efficient computing to the enterprise business'
'Expansion is available through six USB 2.0 ports (two on the front), as well as the built-in MultiBay, which came with a 24X CD-ROM drive.'
'There's also slot for the new Pocket Media Bay drive, which is notebook-sized and increases the IQ770's storage in 80GB and 160GB increments'
'Mobile components turn in mediocre performance.'
'intriguing touch-screen interface'
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