HP TouchSmart 610-1030a (BZ524AA) all-in-one PC

HP TouchSmart 610-1030a review: A touchscreen PC with great specifications and an excellent design

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  • Expert Rating

    3.50 / 5
  • User Rating

    4.50 / 5 (of 8 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 2,699.00 (AUD)

User Reviews:

DjArgestes

5.0

1

Pros
Big screen,fast,powerfull,designe
Cons
no 5.1 support,no 2nd screen option,
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I love this computer,it is fast,big hdd,looking good,awsome!!!!!!Highly recomended.

David

5.0

2

Pros
love the HD screen.Does everything I ask of it and more
Cons
found 2 problems,,,,when it goes into sleep mode , on the odd occasion it will not come back to life and I have no choice but to re-boot . The other problem is the in-accurate keyboard. I type and sometimes letters dont work and i have to go back and check my spelling
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Overall I love this computer. But beware , if you want to upgrade the CPU you can't apparently. But for me this is plenty fast :-)

Sue

0.0

3

Pros
Hell
Cons
North pole
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Bought this ~8/11. Set it up and the TV tuner didn't work. Spent hours and hours and even days on the phone with hp. They didn't and couldn't help. The unit came with no real user guide...none of the ports were labeled. There were lots of other issues trust me...stay away...they did offer a refund but after the time invested it seemed like they owed me more...won't ever buy from hp again.

Ali Jabein

4.5

4

Pros
Good performance, quality build
Cons
missing port for 2nd monitor
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Bought the top of the range on sale for $1899, great value (never pay inflated full price).

Excellent unit and perfect for any user type.

I am an IT professional and wished for a 2nd monitor option but there is no such port. otherwise, an excellent and capable unit. highly recommended

Phoebe

5.0

5

Pros
Everything!
Cons
Nothing
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Buying this computer was the best thing I ever did! I love it, I highly recommend buying this computer!

kathryn jago

5.0

6

Pros
EVERYTHING its one amazing computer
Cons
If you have the chance buy one
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This was a replacement and it was the best thing HP did. Its one awsum computer. Love the big screen. Also have the option of touch if you like to. There is no hard drive its all the back of the screen. Wireless mouse, keyboard. So there is less cords around the back. It is also wireless connection. I love this computer. You will not be dissapionted

kathryn jago

5.0

7

Pros
Love everything about it
Cons
There is nothing i dont like about it
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I now have a HP 610 . It was a brand new replacement for another computer we bought of HP. I have found the computer to be very quick. Love the big screen. And also the touch is a great option. So easy to use just love it

Doug

4.5

8

Pros
The tilt capability and Dre Beats Audio system, touchsreen features and wireless keyboard and mouse.
Cons
In the back of the computer there is a tray you have to flip out to connect your usb, and accesories to.
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I love it and wish everyone has the same pleasure and fun as I do.

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