Not all all-in-one PCs are equal, so don’t make the mistake of thinking that just any one of them will do. You’ll want one that looks great and performs well, whether you want to use it for entertainment or business. When it comes to quality and reliability, HP is usually at the top of most consumers’ lists. If you really want a good deal on a spacious, yet sleekly designed AiO computer, the HP All-in-One 24-g020t has a lot to offer.
All you need to get it going is a power outlet and a few minutes to setup Windows. Available as a touch screen model, the 24-inch display offers an excellent viewing experience in high-definition. In-Plane switching technology delivers wide viewing angles (up to 180-degrees) so that the entire family can gather around and watch a movie or view photo albums.
There are a couple of ways to get networked with the g020t: first, with the built-in wireless adapter, and second, with the Rj-45 port in the back. You can connect the computer to an existing wireless network in your home or use it to create one.
This is a nice looking PC, as HP has introduced a stylish, Geniatech Touch Screen PC new elevated stand design and ripple pattern. The wireless setup allows for a clutter-free experience. The only thing that has to be plugged into an outlet is the power cord. Devices such as the printer, keyboard and mouse can be connected wirelessly. Four USB ports (2 x 2.0 and 2 x 3.0) are included just in case you need them.
The HP All-in-One 24-g020t comes with the following:
• Four-core Intel Celeron processor J3710 with 1.6GHz as standard frequency and up to 2.64GHz burst
• 23.8-inch full high-definition display / UWVA Brightview technology with LED-backlighting and anti-glare features (1920×1080 resolution)
• 4GB 2 SODIMM memory 1600 SDRAM
• Intel HD graphics
• 1TB SATA hard drive
• DVD-writer optical drive
• 3-in-1 media card reader
• HDMI connectivity
Display and Graphics for the HP All-in-One 24-g020t
A 65-W AC power adapter is included with this Energy Star certified AiO.
With a starting price of less than $500, the g020t can be considered a budget PC – especially considering it’s a 24-inch model with a full HD touch display. If you want a bit more out of a computer, some of the hardware is configurable and upgradable: you have the choice to go up to an AMD A8 processor and AMD Radeon graphics.
This is a recommended PC if you read the HP All-in-One 24-g020t reviews. Owners seem to love the ample storage bright and clear screen, white design, and compact size.