Compact. Inexpensive. Limited bloatware. FireFox Virtual Browser and Virtual PCXP Mode.
Compact, Inexpensive, Limited bloatware, FireFox Virtual Browser and Virtual PC-XP Mode.
Attractive and businessready, Bright screen with good viewing angles.
Attractive, compact design; decent audio output
Slow on multimedia creation tasks. Not true 1080p HD. External power brick.
Slow on multimedia creation tasks, Not true 1080p HD, External power brick.
Sluggish performance; one-year warranty is short for a business PC; no Webcam; bundled keyboard is very low-end
By HardwareGeeks on May 29, 2011
Small business is big business for a lot of OEMS like HP, so they have lines designed specifically for the small business user. In fact some of their small business products look like their consumer products and vice versa as they from time to time...100
By TechReviewSource on May 27, 2011
4.00 HP is becoming the master of all-in-one . In addition to its more innovative (and expensive) TouchSmart models, the HP 100B All-in-One PC ($499.99 list) shows that HP can produce a business desktop that is both full-featured and economical....80
By PC Mag on May 26, 2011
The HP 100 B All-in-One PC is one of the least expensive ways to get a PC on your workers' desks. It's a true business PC with AMD Fusion guts, which makes it both simple and economical....80
By PCWorld on April 05, 2011
The HP 100B has a nice, bright screen, but it fails to deliver on performance and features. HP 100B All-In-One: Energy-Saving All-in-One Desktop Stumbles on Speed HP 100B All-in-One Review, by Sarah Jacobsson Purewal April 5, 2011 If you're looking...40
By Computer Shopper on April 01, 2011
This all-in-one has an enticing price and a space-saving design, but it's underpowered for all but the most basic tasks, and its warranty is short for a business PC....45