|Screen Size||27 inches|
|Processor||2.5 GHz Core i5-2400s|
|RAM||6 GB DDR3|
|Hard Drive||1 TB SATA|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel HD Graphics 2000|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||1696 MB|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||5|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||2|
HP Omni 27-1054 27-Inch Desktop (Black) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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The HP Omni 27-1054 Desktop All-in-One PC is a full-featured desktop, fused into a simplified all-in-one PC. A wireless keyboard eliminates messy cables and the large 27" diagonal widescreen HD LED backlit display gives you extra room for work and fun. Watch Blu-ray movies in widescreen format and enjoy exceptional sound with exclusive Beats Audio. The HP Omni 27-1054 has a 2nd Generation Intel Core i5-2400S Processor, a 1TB hard drive with 6GB memory, and wireless networking with support for Bluetooth. This desktop computer also features HP Magic Canvas, which transforms your desktop into a fun and interactive interface where you can open, organize and play with an unlimited amount of HP and Windows files and applications-all on your own personalized background. You can import high-definition content to your big screen by connecting external devices using an HDMI cable. The HP Omni 27-1054 also features a built-in HD webcam and microphone and HP LinkUp, which lets you open anything from your notebook directly from your desktop PC.
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My 32-bit computer takes about 20 + seconds.
I also watched some Netflix on it and the Full HD screen is pretty awesome.
The sound is very good for a computer.
I am happy with my purchase.
1 WIRE!!! That's one of the best things about this product.
11 Jun 2013 - after 2 days of slow and unreliable operation, turned on old computer and it worked fine, meaning the problem isn't w/the ISP. Called HP which said computer is out of 1 year warranty even though I didn't get it until late Jan/early Feb of 13 and the onus is on me to prove when I bought it even though it's their records that are FUBAR. Unlikely to buy hp again - not only did it have a problem only months into ownership, hp can't even keep its records straight.
12 Jun 13 - problems now worse than when I contacted hp and hp continues to assert that I've had computer over a year even after sending them Amazon message about purchase date. Forget hp.
15 Jun 13 - provided hp with its own email showing I registered computer in Jan 2013 and hp is not accepting that. Disgusting excuse for customer service. avoid hp.