"Beautiful, Vista Capable All-in-one"3.5 starson by wizwaz3
Pros: Flashy, futuristic design; touchscreen capable, intuitive software
Cons: Though flashy and futuristic, quite bulky considering today's technologies; runs Windows (which really is Microsoft, not HP)
Summary: HP wins points for being unique, no doubt. Featuring a touchscreen, wireless mouse and keyboard, a stylus and a big 19" widescreen LCD. This overpriced oddity doesn't seem to be worth it's $1800 price tag. For that price, one would expect HP to give you ample resources instead of what this All-in-one has to offer. As I pointed out to another user, Apple is used in comparisons quite often because they (and Sony) are the only company to achieve excellence in design. It's really not that hard, you just need to put a little effort into it. I'm not against this design, I like it well enough, but I like how small and compact the iMac is. And in response to another user, Apple computers are not useless. Considering they can run Windows XP and will run Vista, Apple will continue to thrive. The only hope these other companies really have is to put their hearts into their designs or create THEIR own OS. Like Steve Jobs said at Mac World, a company who creates their own hardware should create their own software.