A single, all-in-one, one-stop solution for anybody looking for a machine that can be used as a personal computer, a movie screen or any other derivation of a computer per say is the all in one computers. These machines offer a computer system that can be comfortably used in a home space without needing a separate space for the display and a case.
No longer are there endless cords that connect the monitor to the central processing unit, plus to a set of speakers, or a printer etc. The times have moved past cords into an era of superior functionality and aesthetically sorted hardware. It is very easy to set up all in one computers in the house, or on a desk.
Simply placing the machine and plugging it in is all that needs to be done. There are many different varieties of all-in-one computers found through a variety of budgets that can be small or run into thousands, and made to suit a variety of needs that are casual and work heavy.
For example, if we look at Dell’s Dell Inspiron 3464 i3464-3038BLK-PUS series, with its simple, yet sleek design, it can be noted that it is a very apt choice for anyone who needs an all in one computers that is also easy on the pocket. The specifications of this machine include a front-facing speaker grill that lets out good, optimized sound for all types of media, with the essential ports hidden away discreetly in the back to offer aesthetic cleanliness. Other important specifications include
- A 23.8-inch full HD wide-angle display
- Intel Core i3 processor
- 8GB of RAM
These together help give a performance that is good for everyday working. It is a good family system wherein kids can do their homework and parents can browse the internet and store images and documents. Editing tools and high density software, however, may not be suited for this.
Although it is a budget computer, it has still managed to maintain a good overall performance, with its 500GB of hard drive space, which is less than the standard 1TB space. Without the presence of the now ubiquitous touch screen, Dell has added the options of wireless mouse and keyboard at an attractive price point of $650.
Another computer system that is all the rage is HP’s newest Pavilion all in one computers that has managed to pack everything that a person could need in a computer with a stylish aesthetic. Some of the top features include:
- A quad-core 2.8GHz Intel Core i7 processor
- 8GB RAM
- 1TB drive
- 23.8 inches 1920 x 1080 edge-to-edge IPS display
It also is famous because of Hewett Packard’s claim that there is 75 percent less bezel than a typical edge-to-edge display. This means that it is equipped for multi-tasking and full screen mode displays.
Apart from looking good, the Pavilion also features a Bang & Olufsen PLAY with integrated speakers that are strategically placed right beneath the edge-to-edge display. These make YouTube videos and gaming sounds sound great. A wireless mouse and keyboard option also makes things easy.
Next up is Apple’s iMac that rarely needs an introduction. With a new release every year, Mac books keep up with the times and challenge every other software in terms of great user experience. A dense, but rich 1920 x 1080 LED-backlit IPS display fully shows off the Sierra software. This software is widely recognizedas one of the most rounded OS software in the market. Other features include:
- 8GB of RAM
- 2.8GHz quad-core Intel Core i5 processor
- 1TB of hard drive space
The iMac has been built for every type of user, be it for someone who just needs to watch movies, or edit movies or simply browse the net.