Best HP desktop PC reviews

We round up the best HP PCs we've reviewed in 2010

HP desktop PCs include Compaq, Pavilion and TouchSmart models. We've rounded up all the models we tested in 2010, so you can comapare the best PC for your needs.

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HP TouchSmart 9100 Business PC (WM112PA)

The HP TouchSmart 9100 Business PC is designed for business users, but it's actually a pretty neat solution for a home user. Its TouchSmart software is useful for playing multimedia files and its touchscreen is accurate and easy to use. It's not ideal for a typical office unless software specifically designed for the touchscreen can be used, but it can be a great PC on which to give presentations.

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  • 27th Aug., 2010
  • Elias Plastiras
  • HP
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  • Pros:
  • Great touchscreen, neat all-in-one solution, cordless keyboard and mouse
  • Cons:
  • Uses an old CPU, glossy finish, placement of optical drive could be better

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