The all-in-one PC is not a new invention – but the all-rounder has become increasingly popular in recent years. An all-in-one PC combines a PC, monitor and speaker in one device. This not only creates clarity, but also prevents cable clutter. Meanwhile, many all-in-one PCs are also available with touch display. The complete technology is installed behind the display. If you transport an all-in-one PC to another location, you usually only need to take the power cable with you. Keyboard and mouse are often supplied and connected wirelessly via Bluetooth. Of course, you can also connect all desired devices via USB cable. The most popular and well-known all-in-one PC is the apple’s iMac (see picture). Current models cost between 1,300 and 2,600 euros. All-in-one PCs from other manufacturers are also available for around 400 euros (to the ranking).
Pros/Cons of an All in One Pc
The biggest advantage of all-in-one PCs is the space saved. All components are housed in one component in a space-saving manner. This also eliminates the need for annoying cable connections. If you want to change or transport the PC, this is comparatively fast and easy.If you want to supply your all-in-one PC with more memory or a larger hard drive, this is possible with a little effort, just like the classic desktop PC. Changing other components, such as the graphics card, is difficult or impossible for many models. But if you don’t tinker with the PC anyway, the all-in-one PC is good for you. The compact construction of the all-in-one PCs has another disadvantage. As with a notebook, if the display breaks, the entire PC is usually unusable.