The HP Pavilion 23-p010 All-in-One PC helps you keep up with your most demanding tasks thanks to the speed and responsiveness of an Intel Core processor. See it all clearly with a 23” Full HD touchscreen display and enjoy the nuances of face-to-face conversations with an HP TrueVision HD Webcam. This all-in-one PC also features a DVD player and HP Connected software that keeps up with your digital world.

Key Specs

Key Specs

Product Overview

All the right features. Just the right touch.

Keep entertainment and productivity at your fingertips with the sleek, space-saving HP Pavilion 23 All-in-One. The Full HD screen and DTS Sound+ Audio provide a full sensory experience, while quick setup and an impressive 10-point capacitive touchscreen help you accomplish more in less time.

This Product Has

IPS full HD touchscreen

Tap, swipe and pinch in vibrant Full HD with IPS technology

HP TrueVision HD Webcam

Capture all the details with vibrant clarity, even in low light

HP Connected Photo

All your memories. All in sync. All in one place.

HP Connected Music

All the music you own, all the music you stream, all in one place

HP SimplePass

Access online accounts with a single password or PIN

3-in-1 digital media reader

Easily transfer photos, music and other files

Do more with your PC


Instantly watch TV episodes and movies over the Internet on your PC. (Internet access required and not included.)

McAfee LiveSafe

Free 30-day Trial of McAfee LiveSafe service included. McAfee LiveSafe service enriches your digital life by protecting your data, identity and all your devices so you can connect with confidence. (Internet access required and not included. Subscription required after 30 days trial period.)

Store, sync, share

HP Connected Drive

All your music, all your files, all your photos, all in one place.*

*Supported on Android, Windows, and iOS operating systems. Internet service required and not included. Available only in the US. Optional features sold separately or as add-on features.

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Included Features

All-in-one design

Say goodbye to clutter with this sleek all-in-one PC


Surf the web without cables; connect to wireless printers and other devices



Intel Core i3-4130T

Operating system

Windows 8.1

Integrated display

10-point touch-enabled 23” diagonal widescreen IPS Full HD LED backlit display

Memory (RAM)

6GB PC3-12800 DDR3

Hard drive

1TB (7200RPM) SATA


Wireless LAN 802.11b/g/n featuring Single-band (2.4Ghz) 1×1

Optical drive

Slim Tray SuperMulti DVD Burner

Video graphics

Intel HD Graphics 4400. Up to 1792MB Total Available Graphics Memory as allocated by Windows 8

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Sync photos snapped on your smartphone or tablet

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Discover music in a whole new way

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Access your online accounts with a single password or PIN

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Always look your best, even in low light

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Connect and share via an existing wireless network

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Rich sounds for a concert-like experience

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Watch videos with exceptional clarity

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Easily tap, touch, and swipe, right on your screen


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2 thoughts on “HP Pavilion 23-p010 23-Inch Touchscreen All in One Desktop

  1. G.I Gurdjieff "gurdjieff" says:

    This Makes Desktops Seem Cool This HP desktop has somewhat restored my faith in the future of stationary personal computers.I honestly wasn’t sure I was going to ‘take’ to this. I am a lover of light and portable devices and view keyboards as pretty much a thing of the past. Also,and this is key, I haven’t used Windows (any gen) in over two years.I was concerned when this arrived at my front door. The shipping box was sort of smooshed at one end. Once opened and all the padding was removed, an interior box slid out. Everything was tightly packed in secure styrofoam like trays that were seemingly indestructable.0nce unpacked, I found the desktop. Also included were two long cords meant to be coupled and attached to the PC, a very nice optical mouse, a very light keyboard, and a start-up guide which was so small I have yet to really look at it.Everything connected. I pressed the on switch. Set up was unbelievably fast. I attached to my wireless network, followed a series of prompts, and…

  2. Technology Guy says:

    A Small Footprint Touchscreen Desktop Designed like a Laptop that Operates Like a Tablet HP Pavilion 23-p010 23-Inch Touchscreen All in One DesktopA Small Footprint Touchscreen Desktop Designed like a Laptop that Operates Like a TabletAll-in-one PCs have been around for years now. Borrowing technology from laptops, all-in-ones offer a complete PC in a package that isn’t much bigger than a standard monitor – instead of building the technology into a separate roomy computer tower case, it has all been moved into the monitor case (except for the power supply). This makes all-in-ones particularly well suited for locations with very limited space. The HP Pavilion 23-p010 adds something new to the mix with a multi-touch screen and Windows 8 allowing you to operate the PC in the usual manner with the included keyboard and mouse OR more like a tablet with the touch screen which makes it even easier to use in very small spaces since you can ditch the keyboard and mouse. All this miniaturization typically comes at the cost of more humble performance and much more…

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