Review: HP Omni 100 All-In-One PC

PCWorld: Review – HP Omni 100 All-In-One PC

PC World gives the HP Omni 100 all-in-one PC 2.5 stars out of 5. While it’s inexpensive (under $600) it ranked at the bottom on performance for this class of product. All-in-one models from Acer and Lenovo offer better value, the reviewer says.

“HP’s 20-inch Omni 100 all-in-one desktop sports an extremely low asking price for an all-in-one of this size ($559, as of 1/18/2010), but we’re still hard pressed to recommend its admittedly lackluster combination of features, for all but the most dedicated of bargain-shoppers.

Although its AMD Athlon II X2 250u processor is a 1.6-GHz, dual-core CPU, that does little to assist HP’s 20-inch all-in-one in its attempt to climb over the very bottom rung of our all-in-one desktop charts. Its score of 70 on our WorldBench 6 series of tests — nearly tied with the 68 put forth by Lenovo’s IdeaCentre C315 — sits at the very bottom of our performance rankings. For a higher-performance AIO desktop, we’d much rather cough up the extra $200 and pick up Gateway’s ZX4300-01e (97 in WorldBench).”

Small Business Computing Staff
Small Business Computing Staff
Small Business Computing addresses the technology needs of small businesses, which are defined as businesses with fewer than 500 employees and/or less than $7 million in annual sales.

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