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ffrankmccaffery

January 7, 2009, 8:42 am

what do they say about too many chefs spoiling the broth?

Eggburt1969

January 7, 2009, 1:57 pm

Hmm, I've never heard of a '3.5mm to composite audio cable', the signal from the analogue audio is not composite video? Are you referring to a RCA jack, i.e. a RCA phonograph connector, aka clinch connector, aka phono connector?

HSC

January 7, 2009, 2:05 pm

what's missing here: any form of digital or even high-definition video input








well said TR - but i'd also add HD Video output as well as input


its the one thing holding me back buying one - it's especially annoying when you consider the motherboard inside has the connections (output), its just HP choosing not to implement it

Craig Turner

January 7, 2009, 2:45 pm

I recently bought Sony's RT1SU, with a 25.5" screen. This really made a hit with me having a HDMI In & Out. Connecting the PS3 was a dream. This is where HP have let themselves down. A slot loading drive on the RT1SU would have been nice, but being Blu-Ray made up for it. Although I feel the TouchSmart is a little more attractive, the RT1SU is still the king in All-In-One's in my opinion. TR should get their hands on one asap!





Having said all that though, Sony's build quality is slipping. Had to send back because of a faulty fan of all things!

TechVegan

January 8, 2009, 3:35 pm

@ Eggburt1969: Yes, that's correct: phono/cinch. Thanks for pointing that out, sorry for the confusion.





@ HSC: IF I'd consider getting an all-in-one, it would be the main deciding factor for me too. But as Craig Turner mentions, there are some AIOs that do offer both.


@ Craig Turner: We got the RT1SU's lower-end sibling in recently, review coming soon. And yes, any Full HD screen (integrated or not) that doesn't allow you to plug in a PS3/X360 deserves to fry.

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