HP Omni 200-5320a: Stylish Desktop:
It seems the all-in-one desktop PC is the next big thing for big-name computer vendors, with HP’s Omni 200-5320a Desktop PC the latest to make an appearance in our Labs. Aimed those looking for a stylish, compact desktop system, all-in-one PCs rarely offer cutting-edge performance, and that’s the case here.
The Omni 200 features a dated 3.2GHz Intel Pentium Dual-Core, not surprisingly, its application performance can be described as moderate at best as.
The Omni 200 features a 21.5in widescreen LED-backlit, non-touch LCD panel.
With only a GeForce G210 graphics chip or videocard, little better than Intel’s integrated graphics and just passable for very casual gaming.
There’s no built-in TV tuner, either. Because they don’t have to bother with so many extras like Touchscreen, Blu-ray drive, monster GPU or surround sound – practicality is the gist of AIO PC.
There will be no problem during the operation. HP Omni 200-5320a boot up so fast yet a very quiet and draws 26W.
With a razor-sharp and lively LED Backlit that runs at 1,920 x 1,080. This AIO PC has 4GB of RAM that can store several files. Whereas the previous model of CPU fastens at 3.2GHz it can surf, edit some documents and can store entertainment programs.
Experience a rich digital multimedia world with HP MediaSmart software: get easy access to the music, movies and TV shows you love in YouTube and get acquainted through Skype.
Enjoy the built-in webcam with microphone for video chats with friends and family.
A disadvantage of the Omni however is that it is not good enough when your thinking of using it for gaming purposes, unless the games you’d like to play are the simple Facebook apps and other usual computer games.
But it is really a great piece when it comes to capacity. Its price however is $1,299, rather expensive; hopefully such will drop to make it really good buy portability.