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High capacity hard drive.
Large, bright screen.
Good productivity performance.
Large-screen PC at a relatively low price.
Fairly strong performance.
HDMI-in with "Game Mode".
15 month subscription to Norton Internet Security.
Quad Core Multimedia performance.
Reflects a lot of glare at certain angles.
Lack of a touch screen makes a future Windows 8 upgrade less appealing.
Blu-ray drive costs $100 extra.
Competing Dell and Apple systems offer higher resolution.
High-end configuration is pricier than similar Asus model.
No discrete graphics card.
By Maximum PC on November 27, 2012
We used to get excited when HP would send us its latest all-in-one. Each new model seemed to add some cool innovation or new feature that no other manufacturer had. The Omni 27-1015T has us wondering if the all-in-one pioneer has tired of pushing the...
By PC Mag on August 14, 2012
The HP Omni 27-1015t has plenty of great features. Big screen, great sound, faster processor? Check, check, check. But, where's the Blu-ray...
By TopTenREVIEWS on August 08, 2012
By PCWorld on July 06, 2012
The HP Omni 27 101-T is a great all-in-one for use as a media streamer or a makeshift HDTV, but don't expect much computing performance....
By DigitalVersus on June 22, 2012
With the standard specs reviewed here, the Omni 27 just looks like another 27" TouchSmart that can't compete with Asus' and Apple's models. Where the Omni 27 starts to get interesting is when you look into the optimised versions with added...
By Computer Shopper on June 05, 2012
Students, families, and multimedia fans will find the new Ivy Bridge version of HP's Omni 27 even more tempting, but it faces formidable competition—not least from HP's Windows 8-ready touch-screen all-in-ones....
By G4tv.com on May 03, 2012
Video Review: The HP Omni 27 PC is an all-in-one desktop featuring a 27' screen, a powerful quad-core processor, 8 GB of RAM and built-in Beats audio. So how perfect would this PC be for your office or home? Matt Mira and Kevin Pereira take a...
By Computer Shopper on April 05, 2012
Those looking for a big-screen machine at a relatively low price will find a lot to like with HP’s Omni 27. But its lack of a touch screen will make an eventual Windows 8 upgrade less appealing....
By Smarthouse on April 02, 2012
Right from the start, HP's Omni 27 is already endowed with a competitive advantage as it runs Microsoft Windows. Despite the rising popularity of Apple's OS X, Windows remains the dominant OS and still benefits from unwavering software (and...
By Channel News Australia on April 02, 2012
The all in one PC has metamorphosed from a dreary home office essential into a device that?s versed in top-notch multimedia. Up until now, Apple?s iMac has dominated the 27? segment, motivating customers to abandon the Windows operating system for...
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