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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...
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...
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...
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...
By PCWorld on January 25, 2010
TouchSmart style and design shines, but sluggish custom software and small screen size hamper an otherwise solid package....
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 Input
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...
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...
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