HP TouchSmart 520

80
Global
Score
80

There's a lot to like about this in spite of a few flaws.

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TechSpot says:

Overall, the HP TouchSmart 520 is a really nice all-in-one and probably one of the best I’ve spent time with thus far, with a classy design and a powerful processor that ensures it will remain relevant for several years. A system like this would likely work best as a family PC, an office replacement where mid-level content creation happens or a college dorm room where space is extremely limited.
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Breakdown

Size and weight
6.7
Speed and features
8.0
Power consumption
8.0
Expandability
7.8
Noise
8.0
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Specs

TouchSmart

Type
All-in-one
Bundled OS
Windows
Processor speed
2.8 GHz
Video outputs
HDMI
System RAM
8 GB
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Specs

TouchSmart

Type
All-in-one
Bundled OS
Windows
Processor speed
2.8 GHz
Video outputs
HDMI
System RAM
8 GB
View Full Specs
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