Practically priced and feature-rich, no wonder everyone loves it! Related
Practically priced and feature-rich, no wonder everyone loves it!
Unfortunately it’s less than the sum of it’s parts We needed another computer here at home, so I was happy to be offered the HP 20-e010 19.45-Inch All-in-One Desktop to review as part of the Amazon Vine program. I own several HP products, and I’ve found them to be of good quality and to perform well. This computer is for my wife, who typically uses a computer to read email, surf the internet, and move/store pictures, so she doesn’t need a high (or even middle) end powered machine. An economically priced all-in-one seemed to be just the thing for her. It has the convenience and overall small footprint of a laptop and the larger screen of a desktop. So, how did we like it? Read on … .For starters, HP advertises this as “practically priced and feature rich”. On the surface, at least, this is very true. It comes with a nicely-sized 19.45 inch screen, a discrete video card with 2 GB (which means that it does much/most of the graphics work, vice the CPU, which lessens the load on the CPU),…
Absolute worst computer every.
Great computer! I LOVE this computer, right out of the box. To start with, HP has thought of every feature a savvy computer buyer is interested in, starting with efficient packaging that holds everything together perfectly in minimal packing in order to ship it. It is all easy to see, and easy to set up. Just plug it in and turn it on. Get the setup done and you are ready to use it, that fast. I love a desktop, even though I also love my laptop. This desktop is so cool, because there is no huge tower taking up valuable space. I don’t play games on my computer, I just use it to cruise the internet and work on various projects so this works great for me.I can see how this would be a great first computer to get started learning. It is big and easy to see and easy to use, even for a novice. My only regret is that this is the version without a touch screen, it has a mouse included. I don’t really mind using a mouse, there is something old school about pointing and clicking, but a…
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