November 1st 2010 4:23 pm

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PC Mag Dec 1, 2010

With a great bang-for-buck proposition and attractive design, the HP Omni 100 has an all-in-one allure that may make you take a pass on the tower PCs with bundled monitor. It's less complex than its stable mate the HP TouchSmart 310, but these days simple may be all you need.

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4.0
PC World Jan 18, 2011

HP’s Omni 100 is an extremely inexpensive all-in-one PC, but if you spend a little more elsewhere, you'll get a better deal.

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6.0
Expert Reviews Aug 18, 2012

While the absence of a touchscreen isn't a problem for an all-in-one, the underpowered processor means that the Omni 100 is designed for only light computing tasks.

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6.0
About Jan 20, 2012

HP's Omni 100 all-in-one is certainly designed for those on a budget. Its performance is certainly not going to be as high as more expensive systems but is sufficient for most users that just use their PC for the web, watching media and some productivity.

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7.0
aidancheddar aidancheddar

The design of the HP Omni is pretty nice, but the hardware kills the operating system sometimes, even if you're a Windows user. It's upgradeable is so-so, as I was able to change the RAM, but it took a while to get the back open and setting it down, due to it's weight.

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