You can also look into Logitech’s Touch Mouse M600 or its Wireless Touchpad, although Logitech has not yet confirmed whether both devices will also receive Windows 8 gesture updates. В связи с возросшей активностью нежелательных ботов на Hotlineс зарубежных IP-адресов, пожалуйста, подтвердите, что вы не являетесь таковым. The core specs aren’t that remarkable, and HP again proves stingy with HDMI inputs, but you can chalk all of that up to this PC’s $699 price tag. I expect that low-cost, 23-inch all-in-ones like this one will be a new battleground among mainstream PC makers.
That won’t bother everyone interested in this PC, but an HDMI port is such a useful extra that HP looks stingy leaving it off. Добро пожаловать!Отличное предложение для тех, кто заботится об улучшении своего интернет-магазина! CNET Editors’ Rating 7.2 Overall Design 6.0 Features 9.0 Performance 6.0 Support 7.0 Hewlett-Packard’s Pavilion 23 is one of the first 23-inch all-in-one PCs to hit the sub-$700 mark for its starting price. You can certainly find games that aren’t playable on this system, but it handled Skyrim at low settings well enough. Without the HDMI port, the HP is doomed to a PC-only existence.
The black-with-gray-accents design will fit unobtrusively in with any decor. If you’re in the «anti» camp of the Great Glossy Screen Wars, you’ll be glad to know that while the bezel surrounding the display has a sheen to it, the screen itself is reflection-free. The design of the Pavilion 23 is neither particularly impressive nor offensive. It’s a close replica of the 27-inch HP Omni 27 Quad I reviewed earlier this year, only without the keyboard tray underneath the screen. The one noticeable absence is an HDMI port on the Pavilion 23. The Acer and Toshiba systems both have one, making them far more versatile in that you can use them as a standalone display for a game console or a cable box.