As a fan of the Chumby and Sony Dash, the HP DreamScreen seemed like a natural addition to my collection of Internet-connected superscreens. HP offers two models, one with an 10-inch screen ($249), and a version with a 13-inch screen ($349) for those who live large.
Like the Sony Dash, the DreamScreen promises to be your one-stop solution for a digital photo frame, Facebook status updates, Internet radio, video player, weather reporter, and alarm clock. Unfortunately, sluggish performance and a few big bugs make the DreamScreen mostly a pain in the butt.
To HP's credit, the screen part of … Read more