HP Pavilion 23 Series
Bright 23-inch screen.
Low price for a large-screen all-in-one system.
USB 2,0 ports.
External power brick.
No touch screen for Windows 8.
No media extras such as Blu-ray support or TV tuner.
Cheap keyboard and mouse.
Sluggish performance in benchmark tests.
The low price means slow performance and few extras.
The lack of an HDMI input hurts the most.
By TopTenREVIEWS on January 09, 2013
By PC Mag on December 20, 2012
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