HP Pavilion All-In-One Desktop

Last updated: October 14, 2020

AMD Radeon R5 graphics makes this desktop computer ideal for video games, along with everything else you plan to do. The affordable price makes it appealing to the typical user, and the all-in-one design streamlines it to make it easy to fit on your desk. One of the best features of this desktop, though, is that it's touchscreen.

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Product Details

Key Takeaway: With top-notch graphics, this desktop computer is perfect for video games.

In our analysis of 51 expert reviews, the HP Pavilion All-In-One Desktop placed 3rd when we looked at the top 12 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

The centerpiece of your modern family. Gather around and experience the power of your family’s new centerpiece. The HP Pavilion All-in-One brings style and performance to the center of your home.

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Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

It is suitable for high-performance gaming.
Runs quietly and handles operations quickly. Streaming video is no problems for this all-in-one.Screen is good-sized with clear, crisp display.
the Pavilion All-in-One is highly configurable with different options for processors, discrete graphics, RAM and storage.
It comes installed with Windows 10 and includes AMD Radeon R5 graphics, which enables up to 4,333 MB total graphics memory. It also arrives with the keyboard and mouse. This set up saves on space since all the components are built into the monitor.

What reviewers didn't like

This desktop has fewer USB ports than others.
An annoying amount of bloatware comes with this PC. Not enough USB ports for many users. DVD cart is difficult to access. Keyboard and mouse can suffer from spotty operation.
Plastic back looks cheap
Some Users May Not Like Touch Screen
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