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HP Pavilion TouchSmart 23-f260xt review: This clunky-looking budget all-in-one will save you money and space

PCWorld HP Pavilion Touchsmart review

At a Glance

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  • HP Pavilion TouchSmart 23-f260xt
    3/5
    $800.00
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    HP resurrected the all-in-one concept many years ago, but there's nothing particularly great about this model. Here's hoping the company shakes the industry up again soon.

At a Glance

HP resurrected the all-in-one concept many years ago, but there's nothing particularly great about this model. Here's hoping the company shakes the industry up again soon.

Price when rated: $800
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Pros

  • Slim, space-saving design
  • Comfortable keyboard

Cons

  • Design looks clunky and dated
  • Mediocre performance
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