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15 reviews | 4.6 out of 5
This pc is great took a bit getting used to it but it works great has a lot more options then the windows 7 computers and does not get hot like my last touch screen after it has been on for more then an hour
I bought this computer to replace my old one. It meets every expectation i need & more . I am very happy with my purchase .
works like a charm well worth the price.real happy with it.
I love the speed of the Envy. The one thing I was disappointed about was the lack of Microsoft office on the computer. I had to purchase it additionally for 125.00. There was a little getting used to how to access programs and such as it wasn't in the Quick Start guide, but once I figured it out, I was completely pleased and impressed w/the Envy. Definitely glad we purchased it. :)
After countless hours and researching a new system, I finally decided on this HP Envy 20 Touch Screen, All in One model. In addition after using XP for years, it was also time to move up to Windows 8. When my system arrived I was Blown Away by it's Appearance. It is A Stunning piece of equipment. The set up took a Quick and Easy 5 minutes. New to Windows 8 and Touch Screen, I wasn't sure what to expect. It was a bit tricky at first to navigate, However I'm sure in time it will all come together. So far I am Very Pleased with my purchase of this Quality product from HP and highly recommend it.
When I first received this computer I was so amazed at all of the features and elated to figure it all out. I especially love the touch screen and the pulling from all four directions/the corners or edges to move between the desktop and the windows screen. It is compact and doesnt take up a lot of room this I truly love. I didn't have to reorganize my space to accomdate having a desktop again. I love it. Thanks for a great product, keep up the great work. I've been using HP products for years and will continue to do so.
This computer is perfect size for regular desk in a small room...the screen was bigger than I expected which was a nice surprise & very sleek looking..Setting up the computer took a couple minutes...amazing! It turns on very fast & the touch screen is very receptive. The clarity & colors on the screen is awesome. It's nice having the option of using wireless mouse or touch. Keyboard seemed really light so thought it would be flimsy but I love the feel of it when typing. The speakers on it are great & tilting the screen is so easy. So far am very impressed with the Envy. I own an HP Pavilion laptop that I love. Can't wait to start transferring my pics from camera & organizing them on my Envy.
My wife and I love this desktop. It boots up quickly, never hangs up, and is very user friendly. Using Windows 8 took some adjustment but is very easy to use. We have been HP customers for a very long time and would recommend this desktop to anyone looking for an excellent desktop for photos, music, videos, etc.
Very satisfied so far with HP all-in-one. Easy set-up. Looks great. Fast and powerful. System handles Windows 8 app focused array very well, especially with touch screen option. Like wireless keyboard and mouse, too. Like an upright laptop.
Uploaded all my photos from android phone easily. Good Audio a surprise. Your computer bested the competition on features and price. Liked that HP did not force extras at time of purchase. Suggest HDMI port and screen protector. Suggest personal call from HP several days after setup to check for satisfaction, issues and extras. Enjoyed an HP Pavilion desktop a long time ago and I am again an HP computer fan.
I am really enjoying this product. It has great features and is very elegant. Windows 8 works great with touch screen. Keyboard is the only drawback. Keyboard has no indications, its hard to tell if any locks are on and HP should have used lighted keyboard.
I like the large tiles apps and that I have access directly to my email and others at my finger tips..
Like the product, Ray
I love the touch screen, monitor size, and Windows 8. The only problem I'm having is maintaining my wireless connection and that has been frustrating to troubleshoot.
When I unpacked the machine I was impressed. It was solidly made and the base was weighted which gave it a stable solid feel. The styling was excellent. Installation could not have been simpler - one wire for power, a short startup sequence and I was done. But unfortunately, it wound up not meeting my needs and I returned it. Why?
I was looking for a kitchen computer. Right now I have a TV on the counter under some upper cabinets. I also have a laptop next to it, and wanted to combine them in one unit. This machine looked perfect. It is 16" tall and just fit under the upper cabinets, but I forgot that most of the time I would be standing to use it and looking down. The top inch or two of the screen is obscured by the cabinets. It also looked bulky. I guess 20" screens are bit too big for a kitchen computer. A 17" model would be just right.
The next problem was the display. Since I use the machine standing a lot, you are looking slightly down on the screen. Many web pages (especially Googles) are gray on white and were washed out, almost invisible. You had to crouch down and look at the screen straight on to get a good image quality. Tilting the screen made the ceiling lights reflect in the glass. Ugh. (Looking UP at the screen is also fine. I wonder if HP installed the display module upside down?)
To get TV on the PCs in the house I have a Silicon Dust HomeRun unit on the network. It takes cable input and a cable card, and sends HD video over the ethernet to all the PCs in the house. It really works well. Except on Windows 8. It uses Windows Media Center to view the TV, but Microsoft has removed it from Windows 8. They claim there is a free download so I did all that but it didn't work. I found out later it is because the free version only works on Windows 8 Pro. So I'd have to pay for an upgrade and do all the hard work associated with that. I declined. So - no TV. Since there is no HDMI input I cannot even attach a cable box to it.
Then the family tried to do a Google search. I tap the IE tile and set the home page to Google. Trouble is, each time you tap the IE tile it returns to the page you last viewed and there is no Home button! Never did solve that conundrum. So we switched to the desktop view. That sort of worked until we wanted to look at some pictures from a memory card. It would not open so we went to the Start button to open it manually. But there is no Start button on the desktop now!
At this point the negatives were overwhelming and it went back to HP.
It could have been great. I am still searching for the perfect touchscreen kitchen computer / TV.