HP TouchSmart 620
Released December, 2011
The Pros:3D gaming offers excellent depth and colors.
The Cons:They're obviously not concerned with making this affordable. Way too much bloatware seems to slow the system down. Lack of centralized 3D control software.
The HP TouchSmart 620 is an all-in-one computer combining the functionality of the desktop computer with the intuitive ease of use of touchscreen technology. This TouchSmart 620 model is very similar to the HP TouchSmart 610 but with the added benefit of 3D technology to enhance movie watching, game playing or photograph taking using the built-in 3D camera.
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This HP TouchSmart 620 has a 23 inch full HD 1080p widescreen with touchscreen, making navigating windows and other programs even easier and instinctive. The screen unit has a slim and stylish design which can tilt and adjust through 65 degrees for the comfort of the user. This all-in-one system uses DDD TriDef 3D software and stereoscopic 3D glasses to provide 3D visuals for games and 3D Blu-ray movies, and HPs 3D Cinema Technology brings 3D cinema experiences into the home. This technology can also be used to create your own 3D stills and videos using the PC's 3D webcam. This TouchSmart 620 also comes with the AMD Radeon HD 6670A discrete graphics processor for enhanced game playing and video graphics. This all-in-one comes equipped with a Core i5 CPU, 8GB of RAM and a huge 1.5TB HDD of file storage. With a wireless mouse/keyboard configuration coupled with the touchscreen technology, this PC is both compact and convenient for using anywhere around the home while packing a 3D punch.
- 23 inch full HD 1080p widescreen
- touchscreen technology
- 3D compatible
- All-in-one design
- Tilting screen: 5 degrees forward tilt, 60 degrees backwards tilt
- Core i5 CPU
- AMD Radeon HD 6670A discrete graphics processor
- 8GB of RAM
- 1.5TB HDD
- 3D camera built-in
- wireless mouse/keyboard
- Windows 7 Home-Premium 64 bit installed
- Comes with 1 pair of active shutter 3D glasses
User Reviews (1)
3D gaming offers excellent depth and colors
They're obviously not concerned with making this affordable
Way too much bloatware seems to slow the system down
Lack of centralized 3D control software
You are paying a serious premium for the 3D version (the Touchsmart 610xt is $500 less)
Somewhat complicated to actually play video games in 3D form
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