Good image contrasts deliver detail, WirelessN connectivity, Inexpensive.
Sleek, compact design, Budget price, Large hard drive, Solid performance
Compact all-in-one. Attractive design. Great bang for buck. Speedier than Atom-powered desktops. Tool-less, easy to get into, chassis.
Poor general performance, 10/100 Ethernet connection.
No HDMI or Bluray, No TV tuner, Screen isn't 1080p HD
Not true 1080p HD. Only 60-day Norton Internet Security. Wired keyboard and mouse. A bit of bloatware.
By PC Advisor on January 19, 2011
At some point, a company can only strip so much away from a desktop-or all-in-one-before the little joy it offers completely overshadows whatever amounts you're saving in the process. In the HP Omni 100's case, spending just a bit more can get...50
By PCWorld on January 18, 2011
Don’t let this system’s price fool you: HP’s Omni 100 is an uber-bargain all-in-one desktop, but spend a little more and you'll get a better deal....50
By TechReviewSource on December 30, 2010
The HP Omni 100-5050 is an all-in-one desktop PC that has a 20-inch HD display, a dual-core 1.8GHz AMD Athlon CPU and 3GB of memory all for a budget price. Besides all that, you also some multimedia features, including a 6-in-1 memory card...70
By PC Mag on December 01, 2010
With a great bang-for-buck proposition and attractive design, the HP Omni 100 has an all-in-one allure that may make you take a pass on the tower PCs with bundled monitor. It's less complex than its stable mate the HP TouchSmart 310, but these days...90
By Expert Reviews on November 09, 2010
While the absence of a touchscreen isn't a problem for an all-in-one, the underpowered processor means that the Omni 100 is designed for only light computing tasks....60
By Hardware.Info on February 19, 2011
Wat moeten we van dit systeem vinden? Om met de positieve punten te beginnen: het is een compleet systeem dat netjes is afgewerkt. Alles zit op de juiste plaats en zelfs het toetsenbord en muis voelen niet niet aan alsof ze voor een habbekrats zijn...-