HP TouchSmart user interface.
Wireless dongle pre-installed.
Some 3D prowess.
Great general performance.
Quad Core Desktop Processor.
Large Terabyte Hard Drive.
Two Year warranty.
Only 60-day subscription to Internet Security.
No USB 3,0.
No vesa mount included.
Slightly sluggish when multi-tasking.
Weak graphics performance.
Screen Is Very Reflective.
Could Really Use HDMI Input.
Other all-in-one PCs in its price range have larger screens.
By PC Mag on November 04, 2011
The HP TouchSmart 320-1030 is the one to look at if you're shopping for your first touch-screen PC, or your first all-in-one desktop. It marries a great bang for the buck processor and a sleek new chassis to give us our next Editors? Choice...80
By IT Reviews on April 01, 2011
HP has packed a number of features into this all-in-one, including a TV tuner plus remote control. The TouchSmart software is slick too, but you do pay for all of this - the £799 price tag seems a bit steep given the 20in screen size. Still, this...80
By eTech Reviews on March 19, 2011
HP TouchSmart 300 is a good performer in terms of productivity but it is not as good as the higher end HP TouchSmart 600. I did some multitasking and was pretty satisfied with what the machine had to offer. Compared to the Acer Aspire Z5610, the HP...-
By Dev Hardware on March 18, 2010
The appeal of the HP TouchSmart 300-1200 really depends on the consumer. It serves its purpose as an all-inclusive computing device, but its price tag seems a bit inflated. This is especially true when you consider that you can get a...-
By Tech2 on March 15, 2010
PerformanceAs far as applications as concerned, this machine is comparable to a mainstream desktop PC. While office applications and other operating system chores are a smooth sail, the multimedia experience is very good. We watched 1080p movie clips...90
By Good Gear Guide on February 16, 2010
The TouchSmart 300-1060a is one of HP’s most affordable touch-screen PCs, and it’s a reasonable choice if you want to use the TouchSmart interface. For normal Windows use, however, the lower resolution and smaller display make it a poor...70
By PCWorld on January 25, 2010
TouchSmart style and design shines, but sluggish custom software and small screen size hamper an otherwise solid package....60
By About.com on January 01, 2010
Pros: Quad Core Desktop Processor, Large Terabyte Hard Drive, Touchscreen Display With Touch Enabled Software
Cons: Integrated Graphics Processor, Screen Is Very Reflective, Could Really Use HDMI Input80
By PC Advisor on December 28, 2009
That being said, if you're in the market for a touch-friendly all-in-one and want something with a 20-inch screen size, you would do well to consider the HP TouchSmart 300. If you're up for spending a bit more, users less interested in touch...70
By cnet on December 04, 2009
With a small screen for its price, we can't justify the TouchSmart 300 as a home entertainment all-in-one PC. It's also slower than more affordable midtowers, so you can spend less for more productivity. The leaves HP's touch-based software...66