Application and Futuremark Performance

While HP and Dell's all-in-ones feature quad-core desktop processors, Toshiba's entry-level DX735 runs a much more miserly mobile dual-core. As a result, it's reasonable to expect that the DX735 is going to finish last in each of our basic benchmarks, especially considering Toshiba opted to stick with Intel's integrated graphics rather than bumping up to a discrete graphics part. This isn't the page where Toshiba's design choices are going to pay off, so try to keep that in mind when you read these results.

Futuremark PCMark Vantage

Futuremark PCMark 7

3D Rendering - CINEBENCH R10

3D Rendering - CINEBENCH R10

3D Rendering - CINEBENCH R11.5

Video Encoding - x264

Video Encoding - x264

What's interesting when looking at these results isn't how the Dell Inspiron One 2320 beat the Toshiba DX735, but how narrowly it did in certain circumstances. Dell's all-in-one enjoys two extra cores, but the only crowd pleaser here is really HP's all-in-one, and it suffers in PCMark due to its substantially slower hard drive. All things considered, the DX735 acquits itself reasonably well. If you're not doing the heavy lifting represented by Cinebench and x264 encoding, even a mobile dual-core Sandy Bridge processor is plenty fast for most tasks.

Futuremark 3DMark Vantage

Futuremark 3DMark06

Of course in 3DMark the DX735 trails its competitors, but again it's worth mentioning that their graphics solutions are still really only adequate for gaming at 1366x768; Toshiba has elected not to even try and compete here. This is not a gaming machine, plain and simple.

Introducing the Toshiba DX735 All-in-One Screen Quality
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  • dagamer34 - Tuesday, November 22, 2011 - link

    Get a network TV Tuner like the HD HomeRun Prime and stick all of your Blu-ray rips on a NAS. If you have everything flowing over Ethernet, you don't need Toshiba to add more stuff (and end up making it thicker).

    Out of sight, out of mind! :)
  • ksherman - Tuesday, November 22, 2011 - link

    I think the iMacs just offer a better value than most of the PC counterparts. Just put Windows on it. Decent GPUs, good CPU options, solid design and a great screen. Sucks ROYALLY in the peripherals department (it needs eSATA and USB3 badly) but it's still a solid machine.

    Or just build a desktop :)
  • ksherman - Tuesday, November 22, 2011 - link

    And yes, I know it's nearly a $400 up charge, but you gotta ENJOY using your computer. Totally worth it.
  • ananduser - Tuesday, November 22, 2011 - link

    Only that dismal bootcamp drivers make it a poor choice for a Windows machine. Not to mention the extra you have to pay for a Windows license. Or the mobile GPU option since we are talking about a desktop machine here. Rather order a premium desktop( since we are not talking about DIY in this article) from Velocity, Maingear and the like. And to preserve and match display quality pair it with any brand of IPS display and you're set.
  • Alilsneaky - Tuesday, November 29, 2011 - link

    I can't imagine who would buy this thing.
    An 800+ dollar internet pc that isn't modular and wouldn't even let you replace the monitor (obviously)?

    What an abomination, form over function taken to the extreme.

    How on earth does it even cost this much if it has a cheap TN panel?.

    I can understand laptops, I can understand even tablets or oldschool palm pilots, but what on earth is the point of this thing.
    I suppose it's aimed at the BOSE crowd?
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  • GlassLass - Monday, April 23, 2012 - link

    Hard drive failed within 3 months. Servicing took nearly 2 months. When I finally got the computer back the bezel/case around the screen was scratched really badly (looks like someone in the Toshiba service department slid the face of the computer around on a hard surface, embedding several permanent scratches all over it.) And, of course, one of the USB ports on the side is now bent (inside) so that the USB port can't even be used. Looks like the USB port was used as a pry point during repairs.

    Also, when I got it back from Toshiba servicing, I noticed the machine now makes odd sounds at startup similar to a cappuccino machine. Don't know what that means, but it probably means there are more problems.

    All in all- WORST electronic purchase I've ever made in my life.
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