HP TouchSmart 600

  • HP TouchSmart 600
78
Based on 31 scores, 43 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    5
  • Good:
    16
  • Average:
    7
  • Bad:
    3

Pros:

  • Bluray Drive And HDTV Tuner.
  • Strong Touch Software Suite.
  • Best-in-breed touchscreen.

Cons:

  • Mobile Processor Lags Behind Desktop Based AllInOnes.
  • Older, Slower NVIDIA Graphics.

Expert reviews and ratings

By T3 Magazine on 80

HP shows it hasn't lost touch with its ability to build some of the best touchscreen All in One (AiO) PCs on the market with its flagship Touchsmart 600. HP was the first outfit to craft a touchscreen PC in 2007 using Vista as the media centre...

By About.com on 80

Jan 24 2011 - If you are looking for a touchscreen based all-in-one that will double as a high definition media center, then the HP TouchSmart 600-1370 is the clear choice on the market right now. HP's TouchSmart software suite is the best touch...

By Trusted Reviews on 80

Over the years we’ve reviewed several iterations of HP’s Touchsmart line (most recently last year's ) and have watched with interest as it evolved over time. Each iteration has improved on the last and gradually dealt with niggling...

By HardwareGeeks on 100

If there is one thing your home can not be without, it’s the HP Touchsmart PC, I say that because it in my opinion is the central hub of the home. It’s a refrigerator door replacement. It’s your brand new Cook Book, it’s a radio...

By Maximum PC on 90

Not the fastest, but by far the best When we heard HP was building its latest TouchSmart with Intel’s Core i7 processor, we figured it was game-over for the competition: Lenovo and Sony use quad-cores, too, but they both tapped Intel’s Core...

By PC Advisor on 70

As is generally the case with all-in-ones, you'll pay more for the HP TouchSmart 600-1255qd and the other members of the HP TouchSmart 600 Quad line than you would for a less compact machine. If you still aren't sold on Windows 7's...

By PCWorld on 70

HP's latest TouchSmart packs a punch, delivering strong media-theater functionality and the line's signature TouchSmart style....

By Computer Shopper on 84

With freshly updated components, field-leading touch apps, a Blu-ray drive, and a bright 23-inch screen, this $1,799 TouchSmart is a top-choice all-in-one PC....

By PC Authority on 67

A decent touchscreen PC, but it’s a little too expensive for what it offers...

By Gear Live on

The HP TouchSmart 600-1055 is an attempt at bringing together computing and entertainment in a way that hasn’t really been done before. Incorporating the 64-bit flavor of Windows 7 Home Premium with a 1080p high definition display, HDTV playback,...

By Chip Chick on

In a nutshell, the TouchSmart manages to cover all of your multimedia and entertainment needs with aplomb: It offers easy access to Hulu, Netflix, live TV, it works as a DVR, DVD and Blu-Ray Player, as a display for your game console, and it works as...

By Chip Chick on

When the latest TouchSmart PCs were announced a few months back, we were quite taken with their spiffy software and impressive spec list. This month HP challenged us to see if we could use the HP Touchsmart 600 as a dedicated Entertainment Hub...

By Expert Reviews on 60

The screen's fantastic and it's a decent all round PC, but you can buy similarly-specified all-in-one computers with slightly smaller screens for a lot less....

By Maximum PC on 80

Now with fins! Evaluating successive generations of HP’s TouchSmart series reminds us of shopping for a new car. If you fall in love and buy this year’s model, you must never, ever visit the showroom to look at next year’s model or...

By techcrunch.com on

Short version: HP’s TouchSmart 600 isn’t the perfect solution for a touchscreen based home computer, but it comes pretty damn close. The TouchSmart system works well as an internet home appliance, but the thing that makes it special is also...

By PC Pro on 67

A good touchscreen PC that looks expensive when compared to the crowd...

By Digital Trends on 80

HP’s latest all-in-one touchscreen PC, the TouchSmart 600-1055, boasts impressive upgrades to both form and...

By PC Authority on 83

Touch enabled all-in-one that improves over the previous model and ticks almost all the boxes...

By RegHardware on 90

While the home computing market is full of business computers clumsily adapted with cheesy software and ugly peripherals, the HP TouchSmart 600 accurately targets what most people want at home: a very smart-looking, all-rounder with skilfully...

By HotHardware on

There is one last performance metric to mention, and it is one that more and more people are becoming concerned with: power consumption. We can’t tell you how owning a TouchSmart 600 is going to impact your carbon footprint, but we can tell you...