Although it’s not first to market,, Toshiba’s DX735-D3360 sets a high standard for 23-inch screen all-in-One desktops. What I really like about Toshiba’s newest all-in-one is its rock solid powerful configuration (Intel i7 2670 2.2 GHz processor, 6 GB of memory, and 1TB hard disk drive), plus integrated BluRay ROM /MultiDrive with Label flash. The video controller used on this AIO is an Intel Mobile product that supports HD displays. The operating system supplied with this desktop is Windows 7 home Premium. Three USB ports are standard on this system
Fit and Finish on the Toshiba DX 730 is well above average and it includes a user accessible memory access feature that make it easy to upgrade memory without disassembling the system case. This machine uses a separate power supply. The overall performance of Toshiba’s DX735-D3360 is well above average. Screen redraws are faster than other all=in one desktops I’ve reviewed in the last two years and are boosted by the processor’s raw speed, the ability of the Intel graphics controller to use large amounts of shared memory and the performance of this AIO’s 1TB hard disk drive.. I was very impressed with the graphics of Toshiba’s newest all-in-one and was unable to bog the system down by simultaneously keeping multiple programs open.
I like the position of the system function control buttons on the DX 730.They’re on the left hand side of the system case and are easily found.
Although Toshiba was absent from the desktop market for more than a decade, the designers of this system appear to have been carefully watching the evolution of the AIO form factor. There are several things t that set the DX 730 far Apart from other run of the mill all-in-ones .High on my things I love list about this machine is the bottom most USB 3.0 port on the left hand side of the monitor/system case, which supports a sleep and charge I find this feature to be incredibly useful for charging my cell phone, tablet and other devices at night, when the 730 is in sleep mode. Of course, to take advantage of this you’ll need a USB 2.0 to 3.0 adapter cord.
The DX730’s 23-inch touch screen display is very bright and when using the touch interface this system is wicked fast.
The audio subsystem has enough power and fidelity to do justice to my multi gigabyte collection of musica de los Hermanos (aka the Doobie and Allman Brothers), I like the video features of this ll-in-one because it supports HDMI in and out and because it remote controller supplied by Toshiba works well from across the room.
The overall performance feature set and solid construction of Toshiba’s DX 730 –D3360 combine to earn a place on my list of recommended systems. The retail pice of t his system is about $1,100 as configured and supplied by Toshiba for this review—Jim Forbes. 6/29/2012.