16 July, 2014: HP’s Spectre laptops have done well in our laptop reviews. Its first Spectre-branded desktop is less successful.

The Spectre One has two primary problems. It’s a high-end Windows 8 all-in-one that lacks a touch screen. Hewlett-Packard has also made some questionable decisions regarding the Spectre One’s features, not least giving it a 23.6-inch display. Both of those decisions are out of keeping for an all-in-one desktop with a $1,600 price tag. HP has attempted to offset those concerns with features like an NFC receiver and an included wireless touch pad, but neither is enough to earn the Spectre One a recommendation.

HP is the first Windows 8 all-in-one desktop I’ve reviewed that lacks a touch screen. I won’t go so far as to say that touch is mandatory in a Windows 8 all-in-one, but by limiting you to external input devices, the HP Spectre One offers a stilted Windows 8 experience.

Your first step should be picking either the mouse or the touch pad as your primary cursor control, and for most users this will mean picking the mouse. You might use the touch pad as an alternative, particularly if you have illusions of using the Spectre One as a home entertainment PC, but in general the mouse is the more efficient choice.

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