|Screen Size||22 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1680 x 1050 pixels|
|Processor||2 GHz Intel Xscale PXA255|
|RAM||4 GB DDR2|
|Hard Drive||320 GB SATA|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel GMA 950|
|Card Description||Graphics Media AcceleratorX3100|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||358 MB|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||5|
HP IQ504 TouchSmart PC (2.0 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo T5750 Processor, 4 GB RAM, 320 GB Hard Drive, DVD Drive, Vista Premium) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- All-in-one multimedia PC with integrated 22-inch touchscreen for living room or kitchen
- 2.0 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo T5750 processor, 320 GB hard drive, 4 GB RAM (max), dual-layer DVD-R drive
- Intel Graphics Media Accelerator X3100 graphics (up to 358 MB shared memory)
- Tri-mode Wi-Fi (802.11b/g/n), Bluetooth, Gigabit Ethernet, 5 USB, 1 FireWire, 1 ExpressCard, 5-in-1 memory card reader
- Pre-installed with Windows Vista Home Premium (64-bit version); includes wireless keyboard and optical mouse
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Top Customer Reviews
The 22" touchscreen display is extremely bright, vivid, and crisp. The touchscreen functionality itself takes advantage of Vista's "baked in" tablet PC functionality. As a longtime tablet user, this is the first implementation and integration of the Vista tablet functionality on a desktop that I am aware of. The touchscreen functionality clearly works best with HP's own "TouchSmart" application shell. This shell has been designed to work well with touchscreen functionality and provides an easy-to-use interface to music, video, calendar, photo, and game applications (among others). There's even a specialized TouchSmart web browser, though it appears to have limited utility to those web pages that HP has specifically designed to take advantage of the TouchSmart shell. This might appear alarming, but you still have full and complete access outside of TouchSmart to traditional browsers such as IE, Firefox, or Safari.
I have no problems to report with the integration of my existing peripherals, including a Netgear wireless router, a Canon Pixma multifunction printer, and external speakers and subwoofer. Setup of all of these truly was "plug and play." I also really like the wireless keyboard and mouse that HP bundles with the TouchSmart.
The only problem I've encountered is installation of Nikon's Transfer application (for transfer of digital photos from my wife's Coolpix camera). Each of three installation attempts ended with an Install Wizard error message.Read more ›
I don't understand why the DVD video is so jerky, but it makes watching my music DVDs too jerky to enjoy.
I should have waited a year before purchasing so the bugs could have been worked out.
The problems were: first my speakers went and after hours with Tech Support that only thing left to do was a System Recovery. Several days later my network card went and I lost internet and email. After more hours and hours, no solution and the only thing left was a System Recovery. Then, after another day or two we started having "unexpected shut-downs" and "screen freezes." When the screen freezes there is nothing you can do but unplug the unit and plug it back in. The mouse doesn't work, CTL+ALT+DEL does not work........the power (on/off) button doesn't even work. We spent another three hours on with Tech Support again yesterday and yet again, nothing helped and in the end they suggested yet again to do a System Recovery. At that point we decided no. We will be returning this computer to the seller.
There are a few things I really like about the unit. I love the screen, love the fact that it's one wire to plug in and you are up and running. It's beautiful and I love the All-in-One look. So much less clutter.
I did try to do some research on reviews before I purchased this PC and all I found were glowing reports. Now I'm alittle worried about the DVD unit because we really haven't tried to watch a movie or play anything on it. I haven't had any time because I've spent so much time trouble-shooting all the other problems with Tech Support. I should try it out before I bring it back.Read more ›
Anyhow this computer so far is a dream. Vista took only a few minutes to initalize, it detected my wireless network, accepted my password, and was online in only a few moments. It literally walked it's self through the process. All the specs have been typed before, so I won't repeat. Lets say that the system is fast and have found no problems thus far with Vista. There is even an installed program in the control panel that will look at older programs you install and make them work with this computer.
Oh yes, the main event...the touch screen. NICE! The screen completes what the mouse started in the 90's. That is integration of the human with the machine. Instead of using just a mouse to interface, you simply select an option onscreen with a finger touch. As natural as what you would do with a book, or magazine. You can even surf the web using a single finger to click hyperlinks. ( I know I tried it )
So far I am very happy with this computer, and I have to say that HP is on top of their game with this innovation, and melding of technologies.
As a side note, Dell has a touch screen computer as well. However their specs aren't as robust as HP's and the pricing is higher. If a Innovative computer is what your looking for, this is the one.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I can't believe that this dinosaur is still on Amazon. I purchased mine, used, about 2 years ago. At that time it was 4 years old (early 2008 and running under Win Vista). Read morePublished 21 months ago by Fox
I have used this computer for several months at work now. I am the IT/network support personnel for our company so my technical background is pretty good. Read more
After 6 months of using the Touchsmart IQ504, I have no regrets of buying it. It does have it's pros and cons, like almost everything does, but for me the pros have far outweighed... Read morePublished on June 14, 2009 by Laura
Having bought many computers over the years...mainly Dell, I decided to give this new HP a try. I really wanted something that didn't look like a box with all sorts of wires. Read morePublished on May 1, 2009 by J. Levine
I have to say, that i used to build my own computers for gaming, but have since moved on to a game console and I wanted a non-cluttering cool pc. Read morePublished on March 7, 2009 by Moon Dog
I enjoy this PC. Got it last summer after I shot a wedding (I am weekend warrior Photographer in the Indy area). Read morePublished on February 7, 2009 by Jeffrey S. Johansen
I AM NOT REAL HAPPY WITH IT. THE WIRELESS MOUSE AND KEYBOARD DID NOT WORK AND CAN'T FINED WINDOWS DVD MAKER IN THE START UP PROGRAMS. THANK YOU DONPublished on January 18, 2009 by Donald G. Adams
If you value your sanity, avoid buying HP products. I made the mistake of buying an HP TouchSmart IQ504t PC and it has never worked. Read morePublished on December 22, 2008 by DLM