HP Pavilion 23-g010 23-Inch All-in-One Desktop

Take your overall experience above and beyond with a powerful processor, rich graphics and Full HD display on the HP Pavilion 23-g010 All-in-One PC. The HP TrueVision HD Webcam lets you capture all the details with vibrant clarity, even in low light. DTS Sound+ delivers immersive surround sound complete with deep bass, clear dialog and maximum volume to multimedia content. You can sync photos across your PC, smartphone and tablet with HP Connected Photo, and seamlessly integrate your collection with leading music and radio services using HP Connected Music.

Key Specs

Key Specs

Product Overview

Free up desk space with this elegant, slim design. Whether for entertainment or everyday computing, the HP Pavilion 23 All-in-One PC takes your overall experience above and beyond with a powerful processor, rich graphics and Full HD display.

This Product Has

All-in-one design

Say goodbye to clutter with this sleek all-in-one PC

Full HD

Watch videos with exceptional clarity

IPS display

Enjoy great color, clear views and brilliant images from any angle

HP SimplePass

Easily access your online accounts with a single password or PIN, and keep your identity to yourself

7-in-1 digital media reader

Easily transfer photos, music and other files

HP Connected Photo

Sync photos across your PC, smartphone and tablet

HP Connected Music

Discover music in a whole new way

Do more with your PC

Netflix

Instantly watch TV episodes and movies over the Internet on your PC. (Internet access required and not included.)

McAfee LiveSafe

Free 30-day Trial of McAfee LiveSafe service included. McAfee LiveSafe service enriches your digital life by protecting your data, identity and all your devices so you can connect with confidence. (Internet access required and not included. Subscription required after 30 days trial period.)

Store, sync, share

Box

Free 25GB lifetime cloud storage plus sync from Box. Get your files from any internet-connected device. (Internet access required and not included. Click on the Box tile on the Start screen of your HP computer and register for a new account to receive the offer. Offer valid through December 31, 2014.)

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Included Features

Multicore processor

Get better performance and work more efficiently

HP TrueVision HD Webcam

Always come off looking your best, even in low light

Wireless

Surf the web without cables; connect to wireless printers and other devices

Specifications

Processor

AMD E2-3800 Accelerated Processor

Operating system

Windows 8.1

Integrated display

23″ diagonal IPS widescreen Full HD LED backlit display

Memory (RAM)

4GB PC3-12800 DDR3L-1600

Hard drive

500GB (7200RPM) SATA

Wireless

Wireless LAN 802.11b/g/n featuring single-band (2.4Ghz) 1×1

Optical drive

Slim Tray SuperMulti DVD Burner

Video graphics

AMD Radeon HD 8280 Graphics. Up to 2048MB total available graphics memory as allocated by Windows 8

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HP Connected Photo

Sync photos snapped on your smartphone or tablet

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HP Connected Music

Discover music in a whole new way

 
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HP SimplePass

Access your online accounts with a single password or PIN

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HP TrueVision HD Webcam

Always look your best, even in low light

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Wireless networking

Connect and share via an existing wireless network

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DTS Sound+

Rich sounds for a concert-like experience

 
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Beats Audio

Designed for the best-sounding, richest audio available on a PC

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HD+ display

Enjoy movies and games with rich colors and sharp images

   
Full HD

Watch videos with exceptional clarity

 
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Touchscreen display

Tap, swipe and type on a super-responsive 10-point touchscreen

   
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Intel WiDi

Connect wirelessly to your TV for an even bigger picture

   
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Bluetooth connectivity

Sync to mobile devices and print wirelessly

 
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Product Features

  • AMD E2-3800 (Kabini) – Quad Core 1.3 GHz
  • 4 GB
  • 5000 GB 7200 rpm Hard Drive
  • 23-Inch Screen, AMD Radeon HD 8280 Graphics

3 thoughts on “HP Pavilion 23-g010 23-Inch All-in-One Desktop

  1. Jessica Somers
    Jessica Somers says:

    Great computer Great Price! 0

  2. Andrew A.

    Very Slow for Development 0

  3. MichaelJohn

    Super nice PC with non touch, no glare screen! Got this new on sale at local big box store on sale for $449. What a great deal I got but this PC is worth it at Amazon’s sale price for sure. Love this AIO PC. Just got it three days ago and everything so far from my XP tower is working on it with zero issues. Including many freeware programs that I was hoping to keep (PIM’s, screen snaps, etc). They all work and load faster. Except Netmeeting (not compatible). I had to re-install programs like Thunderbird and works fine. I installed several programs that say compatible with windows 7, but I guess that means it works in windows 8 ok too, as they have for me.This is not a high end higher speed processor so it’s not best for video rendering, etc. But I wanted a lower price AIO with no touch and good basic PC use. This has been a wonderful experience upgrading from my old XP tower.The screen is non-touch even though it says it’s touch. It’s not touch. However, there is a wonderful advantage- it’s non-glare! No ‘mirror effect’ like all the touch screens have! I realized I didn’t want touch anyway for non-mobile desktop purposes and use. The non-glare really makes sitting at the screen much more pleasurable in my experience. I will never get anything but non-glare type screen. Also, this is an LED screen, which is much better/clearer then LCD.I don’t care to use the touch interface icons anyway, as I found it’s easy enough to navigate the touch icons with the mouse wheel. Move mouse wheel down, the screen swipes left, as if you did it with your finger.I was worried about getting around in windows 8 because I like the desktop interface and first looked for windows 7, but mine came pre-installed with windows 8.1, and makes using the desktop interface much easier and much like I’m used to. You can work all day in standard windows desktop mode and never use the touch icon mode. You can get a 3rd party program to even have the classic start menu.The two small internal speakers at bottom front at first sound just ok, but a little better then expected. They make the claim- “immersive surround sound complete with deep bass”. Deep bass? hardly. However, the surround sound is impressive! dts surround sound is adjustable and very cool- when playing music/tv/movies, you can make the sound ‘wider’ with the ‘center’, ‘space’, and ‘focus’ sliders, and in fine detail. Be sure to do that. It knocked my socks off when I adjust the sliders, it’s as if the speakers moved apart. I watched a youtube movie trailer in 1080 full screen HD and the dts surround really adds a lot to that movie sound experience! Beautiful HD display with 1080 smooth playback. And HD looks better on LED than LCD.Keyboard and mouse are USB wired and ok. Keyboard buttons are half standard height so I switched keyboard to full height and size buttons, which I just like better. No HDMI or video out port for 2nd monitor but I got the Diamond HD USB VGA/DVI/HDMI Adapter (model BVU165) and 2nd monitor works great.Haven’t tried the wireless internet connection yet but it found two wireless in my neighborhood. Haven’t used the cam yet.HP offers software options that pop-up at times, a support program, password manager, etc, that I’m not sure I want running yet or not. HP Support Assistant runs in the tray all the time and recommends I take action (not sure what), and a warranty pop-up came up once, but I guess all PC makers have these. I like the HP Simplepass so you enter one password for all your different passwords, although it doesn’t work if there is a security word required to login.I would get another one of these and a faster processor to run more cpu intensive software, like trader software or digital audio workstation. The pro trading software from Merrill Lynch works flawlessly and fast, but Think or Swim has short pauses and errors when main screen is moved to 2nd monitory. This shows that it’s the software causing the problem. Merrill Lynch software is written better then Think or Swim, which is bloated.All in Ones are great but I do worry about maintenance and upgrades. I’m a DIYer, but never worked inside these and not sure you can or should. This runs quiet!UPDATE 2/11/2014: Had an error installing the HP All In One printer software for my HP Officejet 5610. Searching help forum had all kinds of different things and steps to try that would take hours. Amazingly I got it to install without doing any of them! I noticed McAcfee process taking up 20% CPU and it had “scanning” in the process name. So I opened McAfee Security and turned OFF Real-Time Scanning, not knowing that would also get the printer driver software to work. It did! HP All In One printer software installed with no error and printer works ok now. So when installing software turn that off and also right click as Administrator on the setup.exe file.Still…

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