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The HP 110 sticks to the basics, providing the competitive performance and familiar, essential features you need for routine tasks like email and social networking, homework and personal finances or casual Web browsing and online shopping. The clean modern styling makes it reliable, easy-to-use and extremely affordable.
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I wondered if I'm reviewing the same bundle as in the description but it seems I am because I'm looking at my console and here's the model number: HP 110-023w. The reason for my doubt is the price listed at Toysonline for this bundle -- almost two thousand dollars. I picked up the same bundle of keyboard, console, and monitor at WalMart for about $365. Material lesson: check price at WalMart before ordering from Toysonline.
It didn't take long -- say, half an hour -- to set the bundle up. Everything worked as expected, except that I'm still grumbling about Windows 8.1, which in my opinion is no improvement at all over Windows 7.
I've been using the desktop PC, for entertainment and info, for about one month and although the structure and operations seem simple enough, it still has many features I don't use because they seem unnecessary for my purposes. (Eg., Skydrive.) And of course it came loaded with games and whirligigs that needed to be purchased. But I've found the PC to be perfectly suited to my simple needs. The only quirk I've found is that there are times when it simply won't boot up until you take the plug out of the wall jack and insert it into another, or even back into the same wall outlet. It makes no sense, I know, but that's my experience. I was a radio operator for some years and I'm not intimidated by electronic equipment. The most reasonable explanation I could find involved mean-spirited elves living inside the walls.
Compared to the PC that it replaced, an HP a1040n, this thing seems to zip along at the speed of light. With one TB of memory I could afford to disregard all the junk and left over fragments and unused files -- except that I can't, out of habit.
That's all on the plus side. The keyboard is standard but takes a little getting used to for reasons that elude me. And it came speckled with some white spots that are difficult to remove. The monitor is a throwaway, useful only in emergencies. It's the worst monitor I've ever viewed, fine if you look at it dead on from one or two feet distance, but if you move your line of sight, blacks turn a bright neon blue. I've replaced it with an HP x2301, and now have no complaints at all.
Let's face facts. If you're a consumer like me, if you aren't a developer or Chief of Artificial IQ at General Electric, this is a more than adequate PC.