The computer comes equipped with a built-in wireless charger for smartphones. The Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 4GB graphics card will provide you with a decent framerate on the monitor's native QHD 3440 x 1440 resolution. The curved panel immerses you in the action.
The mouse has a peculiar design that may take some time to get used to.
The latest installment of the HP Envy line takes all-in-one desktop computers to the next level. Unlike its predecessors and the model's peers, it is able to do everything a powerful high-end build can do, from running the most hardware demanding applications to presenting the most deeply engaging picture.
34" QHD (3440x1440), Curved
Processor: Intel® Core™ i7-8700T (Up to 4 GHz)
RAM: 16 GB
Memory: 1 TB HDD + 256 GB SSD
Graphic card: NVIDIA GeForce® GTX 1050 (4 GB)
5x USB 3.1, 1x Thunderbolt™ 3, 1x HDMI Out, 1x HDMI In, 1x LAN-port, Headphone and mic combo jack, SD card slot
Built-in wireless charger for smartphones, Wi-Fi, BT, Webcam, Built-in speakers, Wireless keyboard and mouse included
The 7th generation quad-core CPU with its eight-way processing performance and the ability to boost up to 3.8 GHz excels at video editing and rendering. The microphone's sensitivity will allow you to use voice command programs like Cortana from a 15-feet distance.
The wireless keyboard eats up batteries rather quickly.
The Lenovo IdeaCentre 520-27IKL is an all-in-one desktop computer for graphic designers and people who dabble in video and photo editing. The WQHD will make your job a lot easier. It will also allow you to enjoy your favorite movies and TV series with an outstanding level of clarity.
27" QHD (2560x1440), Touchscreen
Processor: Intel® Core™ i7-7700T (Up to 3.8 GHz)
RAM: 8 GB
Memory: 1 TB
Graphics card: Intel HD Graphics 630
2x USB 3.0, 3x USB 2.0, 1x HDMI Out, 1x HDMI In, 1x LAN-port, Headphone and mic combo jack, SD card slot
Wi-Fi, BT, DVD-RW drive, Webcam, Built-in speakers, Wireless keyboard and mouse included
The monitor is packed with eye-care solutions, including Acer VisionCare™, BlueLightShield™, and Flickerless™, with the latter two reducing the exposure to blue light and eliminating screen flickering. The external webcam with a USB connection makes the model more ergonomically sound.
Some users find the Bluetooth range a tad limited.
The Acer Aspire C24-865-ACi5NT is one of the more well-rounded all-in-one desktops. Considering all of the monitor's eye-care technologies, the model will prove to be particularly suitable for people with vision problems or those who would like to keep their eyes from harm's way.
23.8" Full HD (1920x1080)
Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-8250U (Up to 3.4 GHz)
RAM: 12 GB
Memory: 1 TB
Graphics card: Intel UHD Graphics 620
2x USB 3.1, 2x USB 2.0, 1x HDMI Out, 1x LAN-port, Headphone and mic combo jack, SD card slot
Wi-Fi, BT, Webcam, Built-in speakers, Wireless keyboard and mouse included
The PC features a touchscreen (with multi-touch technology) 27-inch full HD monitor with 100% sRGB color gamut and 178-degree wide-view technology delivering excellent visuals. Incorporating an integrated stand sculpted from a single piece of aluminum, the model looks simple but exceedingly elegant.
Doesn't incorporate an SD card slot.
The ASUS V272UA-DS501T Vivo AiO 27" is a great all-in-one desktop computer. Aside from the mediocre integrated GPU, it gives you high performance and practical application. On top of that, the hi-fi audio system delivers smooth, powerful bass and clear, full-range sound.
27" Full HD (1920x1080), Touchscreen
Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-8250U (Up to 3.4 GHz)
RAM: 8 GB
Memory: 1 TB
Graphic card: Intel UHD Graphics 620
4x USB 3.1, 1x USB 2.0, 1x HDMI Out, 1x HDMI In, 1x LAN-port, Headphone and mic combo jack
Wi-Fi, BT, Webcam, Built-in speakers, Wired keyboard and mouse included
The super-thin bezel and an adjustable tilt stand will enable you to see more and work from multiple perspectives. The DVD-RW drive is a nice touch. The built-in HD webcam with a slide switch that allows for privacy is there and so are the sleek and comfortable mouse and keyboard.
The maximum volume is a little underwhelming.
HP 24-f0010 is a little basic. But basic is exactly what you need for your everyday computer-related tasks, like surfing the Internet, watching videos online, answering emails, and so on. Plus, it doesn't hurt that the whole thing looks sleek, streamlined, and unapologetically modern.
23.8" Full HD (1920x1080)
Processor: Intel® Pentium® Silver J5005 (Up to 2.8 GHz)
RAM: 8 GB
Memory: 1 TB
Graphic card: Intel UHD Graphics 605
2x USB 3.1, 2x USB 2.0, 1x HDMI Out, 1x LAN-port, Headphone and mic combo jack, SD card slot
Wi-Fi, BT, Webcam, DVD-RW drive, Built-in speakers, Wired keyboard and mouse included
HP Envy (3LB85AA#ABA)
Immersion Taken to the Next Level
All-in-one computers are usually pretty cheap. That isn't necessarily the case with this iteration of the HP Envy line. Right now, it goes for more than 2 thousand bucks, hardly a modest price. But that's not because the folk at HP suddenly decided to forego their usual marketing strategies and ask their customers for as much money as possible. This thing costs over $2,000 because it is worth over $2,000.
First and foremost, the product includes the most impressive 34-inch QHD (3440 x 1440p) curved monitor. Generally speaking, a monitor like that alone will cost you close to a thousand dollars. And for a very good reason because its curved profile produces a much more immersive visual experience, engulfing you in the action and making it feel like you're up there in the middle of the events and developments happening on your screen.
On top of that, the level of detail a 3440 x 1440 panel is capable of reproducing is uncanny. Thanks to its QHD resolution, you'll be able to enjoy the crispest, most authentic, and dynamic picture.
Plus, this is an all-in-one desktop computer we're talking about, so you aren't just getting your usual monitor. No, you're also getting quad front-facing speakers as well as a pair of passive radiators from Bang & Olufsen. The speakers deliver the richest, most vibrant, and dynamic audio to match the equally impressive visuals.
By the way, these speakers also incorporate audio dials. Using these dials, you'll be able to utilize Amazon Alexa's voice services. You can ask the virtual assistant to check your calendar, answer questions, play music, create lists, control your smart home, and do so much more than that.
The Hardware to Match
As impressive as the monitor is, the display alone wouldn't be enough to justify a price like that. But add to that the NVIDIA GeForce® GTX 1050 4 GB graphics card and you can certainly see where the people at HP were coming from with their price. This GPU, along with the Intel® Core™ i7-8700T processor, will allow you to do what very few all-in-one desktops can do - play the latest visually rich and graphically demanding games.
Sure, you won't get hundreds of frames per second on a QHD resolution. But tone it down to 1080p and you'll be able to enjoy somewhere around 50-60 fps in practically every single game out there. Of course, a GPU like that also gives you the ability to do visually demanding design work with fewer slowdowns.
Other than that, this product packs nothing out of the ordinary except for the built-in wireless charger for smartphones, a nice little touch that truly cements this rig as an all-in-one solution.
Taking all of that into account, the latest installment of the HP Envy line takes all-in-one desktop computers to the next level. Unlike its predecessors and the model's peers, it is able to do everything a powerful high-end build can do, from running the most hardware demanding applications to presenting the most deeply engaging picture.
The people at Lenovo advertise the Lenovo IdeaCentre 520-27IKL as their flagship all-in-one computer and you can certainly see their point.
One of the most important parts of a rig like that is always the screen. And, in this case, the screen is arguably the model's strongest suit. The WQHD 2560 x 1440 panel with its three and a half millions of pixels offers the sort of clarity and detail that you simply wouldn't get from a full HD panel. The colors are vibrant and crisp. Its color performance, along with the WQHD resolution, add subtlety and make for a brilliant multimedia experience.
But its specs and resolution aren't the only impressive aspects of this display. The one that probably stands out the most is its 10-point multi-touch capabilities. Needless to say, the latter is a great thing for all kinds of graphic designers. People who work with photo editing software will also be able to appreciate this feature. But if you do not count yourself among that group, there are plenty more applications for this touchscreen monitor and you'll certainly be able to find some good use for it.
By the way, some find the technology obsolete, but the model also comes equipped with a DVD-RW drive. It doesn't work with Blu-ray (the drive will play and read them but won't write on Blu-ray discs) but you can use the burner to read and write to a number of different media formats.
Processing Power up the Wazoo
Now, we've been raving about the monitor, and it certainly isn't just an integral part of this all-in-one desktop but one of its biggest advantages. But you cannot, in good faith, talk about the model's advantages without bringing up the Intel® Core™ i7-7700T processor with an up to 3.8 GHz clock speed.
The 7th generation quad-core CPU with its eight-way processing performance will be able to do a lot of good for you. Most importantly, the powerful processor excels at rendering videos. The number of cores is crucial but the clock speed also plays a huge role as it will allow you to work with some of the more demanding software and applications.
Aside from the hardware, we would also like to talk about the model's peripherals. The wireless mouse and keyboard that come with it are nothing to write home about but we quite liked the webcam. It streams video in HD and its microphone's sensitivity will allow you to use voice command programs like Cortana from a 15-feet distance.
In short, the Lenovo IdeaCentre 520-27IKL is an all-in-one desktop computer for graphic designers and people who dabble in video and photo editing. The WQHD will make your job a lot easier. It will also allow you to enjoy your favorite movies and TV series with an outstanding level of clarity.
Keep Your Eyes Safe
The best thing about AIO desktop computers is that they're inherently well-rounded, providing the perfect middle-ground solution between an orthodox desktop PC and a laptop. And the Acer Acer Aspire C24-865-ACi5NT represents this idea better than the absolute majority of its competition.
For a particularly affordable price, you will get yourself a perfectly capable computer. As it is always the case with AIO desktops, you won't have to deal with a bunch of wires or spend your time trying to connect the latter and set it all together. You can just plug it in and enjoy the show.
One of the things we liked most about it is the monitor. It might not seem like much on paper but there's a lot more to it than it lets on. First, this is an IPS panel, with all of the advantages that this type of panel always entails, including great color reproduction, outstanding maximum brightness, and great viewing angles.
On top of that, there are all of the technologies that prioritize your eye safety, including Acer VisionCare™, BlueLightShield™, and Flickerless™, with the latter two reducing the exposure to blue light and eliminating screen flickering.
A Touch of Elegance
Aside from the monitor's performance, we also liked its design. The borderless part of it makes for a much more immersive experience and the ultra-thin construction saves on space and gives your room that extra touch of elegance that makes all-in-one desktop computers so attractive in the first place.
Of course, it isn't just the design with its elegance aspect but also the fact that these computers already come equipped with every necessary detail for your everyday browsing and computing tasks.
The 1-megapixel webcam will not necessarily translate the most detailed picture of you and your surrounding to your friends and colleagues. But its external design with a USB connector will allow you to place it wherever you want. The latest 802.11ac iteration of Wi-Fi technology ensures a smooth Internet experience without any cables cluttering your workplace.
As for the hardware, the 8th generation of Intel® Core™ i5-8250U that can utilize the Turbo Boost technology to give you up to 3.4 GHz of clock speed isn't as great at multitasking and video rendering as the i7 but is just as good when it comes to handling a more limited number of the most demanding applications.
All in all, the Acer Aspire C24-865-ACi5NT is one of the more well-rounded all-in-one desktops. Considering all of the monitor's eye-care technologies, the model will prove to be particularly suitable for people with vision problems or those who would like to keep their eyes from harm's way.
The Processor is no Joke
The ASUS V272UA-DS501T Vivo AiO 27" is, for the most part, what all-in-one desktop computers are all about and why people invest in these things in the first place. Now, to make things clear, this isn't a gaming computer. Even though its hardware is relatively impressive and we will cover it in a moment, you just won't be able to run your average modern-day title on an integrated GPU and, equipped with Intel UHD Graphics 620, that is exactly what we are dealing with here.
The processor, on the other hand, is absolutely no joke. Packing the Intel® Core™ i5-8250U CPU with its ability to boost up to 3.4 GHz, there's very little that this PC won't be able to do for you.
Part of the 8th generation of Intel® Core™ processors, the CPU is energy-efficient, more than capable of delivering the performance necessary for smooth multitasking or running the most CPU-demanding applications.
With it, you'll be able to dabble in 3D rendering, financial and scientific modeling, video encoding, and other types of compression/decompression tasks. A processor like that is good for compiling programs, data mining, and, needless to say, your everyday computing needs, be it surfing the web, watching videos, or catching up with emails.
Of course, multitasking is as much about CPU as it is about the random-access memory (RAM). Fortunately, equipped with 8 gigabytes of RAM, this all-in-one PC will allow you to juggle multiple applications simultaneously without any issues.
Right now, the ASUS V272UA-DS501T Vivo AiO 27" goes for almost a thousand bucks, a price that would be a little expensive considering the impressive but not necessarily top-of-the-line CPU and your average integrated GPU. But that's where the monitor comes in.
More specifically, the touchscreen (with multi-touch technology) 27-inch full HD monitor with 100% sRGB color gamut and 178-degree wide-view technology delivering excellent visuals. With its 88% screen-to-body ratio, this monitor offers next-level immersion, allowing you to enjoy movies in vivid, rich detail, with outstanding color and contrast.
Finally, let's talk aesthetics. Incorporating an integrated stand sculpted from a single piece of aluminum, the model looks simple but exceedingly elegant. Its graceful appearance is matched by complete stability. The perfectly balanced hinge keeps the monitor firmly in place so that you're able to tilt the display to a comfortable angle.
Simply put, the ASUS V272UA-DS501T Vivo AiO 27" is a great all-in-one desktop computer. Aside from the mediocre integrated GPU, it gives you high performance and practical application. On top of that, the hi-fi audio system delivers smooth, powerful bass and clear, full-range sound.
Gets the Job Done
You'd be surprised but your everyday computing needs, like watching videos online, surfing the Internet, answering emails, and every other mundane in the book does not require a powerful rig. In fact, you don't need a particularly powerful PC to do most of the things that your average individual does via his computer.
That's why we recommend looking into HP 24-f0010. As far as budget all-in-one desktops go, this model is about as good as it gets.
Needless to say, this device won't allow you to play triple-A titles nor will it let you dabble in 3D modeling. The Intel® Pentium® Silver J5005 (up to 2.8 GHz) processor isn't bad per se but we wouldn't necessarily describe it as powerful either. More often than not, it will get the job done, provided you aren't looking for some serious multitasking.
Sure, you will be able to run multiple programs at the same time, especially considering that the CPU is backed by 8 gigabytes of RAM but don't expect anything out of the ordinary here.
Intel UHD Graphics 605 is about as impressive as every other integrated GPU. There isn't a whole lot it will be able to do for you but that's hardly something to hold against this all-in-one desktop computer given that every single device like that below $1000 comes equipped with a similar graphics card.
To complete the hardware discussion, the model, as per usual these days, comes fitted with a 7200RPM 1TB hard drive. There's nothing particularly interesting about it but 7,200 rotations per minute is a pretty solid performance for a budget PC and 1 terabyte of available space is enough for a solid Blu-ray movie collection, for example.
With hardware out of the way, all that's left is the monitor, peripherals, overall appearance, and other little details. Performance-wise, the screen here is about what you'd expect from a budget PC. The 24-inch panel comes with a native full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution, able to produce a dynamic, crisp, and detailed image but not necessarily something to write home about.
That being said, the super-thin bezel and an adjustable tilt stand will enable you to see more and work from multiple perspectives.
One little detail that we like about this all-in-one desktop is the DVD-RW drive. Sure, DVD is a little dated but it's always nice to have access to legacy technologies, especially considering that you don't really pay any extra for it.
Other than that, the built-in HD webcam with a slide switch that allows for privacy is a nice touch and so are the sleek peripherals (a wired mouse and keyboard) that come with the package.
Again, the HP 24-f0010 is a little basic. But basic is exactly what you need for your everyday computer-related tasks. Plus, it doesn't hurt that the whole thing looks sleek, streamlined, and unapologetically modern.
What Is an All-In-One Desktop?
All-in-one desktops combine the compactness of laptops with the performance of PCs. You might take a usual all-in-one computer for a computer monitor, so you don't need space for placing a system unit. Therefore, using an all-in-one PC saves a lot of space and requires no cables that usually connect a system unit to a monitor and peripherals. No wires and cables mean they won't be on your way, you will never trip over them, and washing floors will be easy. If you choose a model with a wireless keyboard and mouse, a power cord will be the only cable your all-in-one desktop will need. Next, all-in-one PCs are rather performing and they can easily compete with full-size desktops. Manufacturers do their best to squeeze all the hardware into a compact housing of a monitor. Thus, an all-in-one desktop is a stunning device for homes and offices.
However, if you want the top-rated performance, make sure to check out our shortlist of the best Gaming PCs, whereas if compactness is your priority - consider getting one of Mini PCs.
What Features to Compare
Screen and Image Quality
When you are about to choose an all-in-one desktop, start with the screen and image quality. If a conventional PC allows you to switch a monitor quite easily, an all-in-one computer doesn't give you such an opportunity, unless you carry your device to a professional service center where a panel itself will be replaced. So, start with picking the right size (i.e. diagonal of the screen). If you are looking for an all-in-one PC for an office, a college classroom, or a lab - a screen size of 22'' will be enough. However, if you want a device for yourself - pick a bigger screen (24-27''). A large screen allows you to edit graphics with the top comfort. As usual, a screen of a typical 22'' or 24'' all-in-one PC supports Full HD resolution (1920x1080 pixels), which is required for comfortable watching movies, pictures, web pages, etc. Bigger screens (27'' and more) may also support 2K HD resolution (2560x1440 pixels) or even Ultra HD (3840x2160 pixels), but the best screens allow you to enjoy an outstanding 5K resolution (5120x2880 pixels). Such an extra-wide resolution is perfect for creating and editing graphics, for example. Next, find out what type of panel is used in every all-in-one computer. We recommend you to choose models with cutting-edge IPS or PLS panels that boast wide viewing angles and real-life color reproductions. Cheaper models come with TN panels that provide excellent brightness. Some all-in-one desktops come with touchscreen displays.
Performance and OS
The next step for you to make is to consider the performance and OS of an all-in-one desktop. It depends on hardware and the core of the hardware is the central processing unit (CPU). The more powerful it is, the faster your all-in-one computer works. In general, if you are looking for a decent office computer, a low-performing Celeron or A4 CPU and 2-4 GB RAM will be enough. But if you need a computer for some really hard tasks like editing 3D graphics or playing cutting-edge PC games, you should get an all-in-one desktop with the latest-generation CPUs like Core i3/i5/i7 from Intel and at least 4 GB RAM. Don't forget to make a reasonable choice of storage capacity. No need to say, your all-in-one desktop should have no less than 500 GB if you are going to store a lot of data. Most devices have hard disk drives (HDDs), so check the spindle speed (measured in RPM) - the higher it is, the higher transfer rate is. However, solid-state drives (SSDs) are better regarding data transfer rate, so some all-in-one computers have SSDs instead of HDDs. Also, don't forget to consider the operating system (OS) installed on every all-in-one desktop. iMacs, for example, come with Mac OS X, which is believed to be fast, reliable, and lag-free. Other manufacturers offer Windows while ChromeBase all-in-one computers have Chrome OS designed for active browsing. All modern operating systems automatically update to the latest versions and have built-in anti-viral protection, while Mac OS X is immune to virus attacks.
Interfaces and Convenience
Finally, consider interfaces and convenience of the best all-in-one desktops on our shortlist. Any computer must offer a variety of ports and slots to connect all kinds of gadgets and peripherals to it. Thus, the best all-in-one desktop should have at least one USB 3.0 port (which is 10 times faster than USB 2.0). Apple all-in-one computers have Thunderbolt 2 interface, which ensures the maximum data transfer rate of 20 Gbps, so transferring files takes seconds. Also, check out what type of WiFi signal is supported - they are different and if you want to enjoy the fastest Internet possible, choose the device with 802.11 a/c support. An all-in-one desktop should also have a good webcam and sounds system, so that you can participate in video conferences, etc. Moreover, some all-in-one desktops come with a wireless keyboard and mouse, which is a major advantage - no need to buy wired ones. Some all-in-one touchscreen desktops allow you to adjust the tilt or can even be placed horizontally, providing the utmost convenience.
Advantages and Disadvantages of All-in-one Desktops
Most people view the so-called AIO computers as the perfect middle-ground between an orthodox desktop PC and a laptop. And we would say that it is more or less an accurate description. Nevertheless, a computer like that is still its own thing, with its very own advantages and disadvantages. So we decided to sum the bulk of them for you and compare an AIO computer to a standard desktop PC.
A Lot More Space to Work With
Of course, the advantage of size sort of goes without saying and we have already briefly covered this aspect in our What Is It section. That said, when talking about the advantages of an AIO computer, it is next to impossible to stress enough how much less space it requires compared to a typical desktop computer. By excluding an always sizable system unit from the equation, the former computer will allow you to save a lot of space. You can delegate that newfound free space to anything you want, from a heater to a couple of plants.
Nobody Likes Wires
We're sorry, wires, we know you play an important role and you have served (and continue to serve) our society quite well. But given the opportunity, nine out of ten people will ditch the wires the instant they have the chance. Since an all-in-one desktop requires next to no wire connections, your workspace will look a lot less cluttered. Plus, you won't have to buy all the extra wires and configure your computer. With an AIO desktop, all you have to do is plug it in and you're ready to go.
A Better Look
Even the most powerful desktop computer worth a few thousand bucks looks massive, bulky, and ungraceful. An AIO desktop, on the other hand, has a much more sleek aesthetic. It will give your working place a modern look, the sort of look that gives off a professional vibe but the one that also presents a much more pleasant sight.
More Cost-Efficient Than You Would Think
If you look at it strictly from a performance standpoint, an all-in-one desktop may seem like a less sensible investment. But we beg to differ. Sure, performance is the most important aspect of a computer, but there's a lot more to it that you may not be taking into consideration. First of all, most of these computers that we're talking about come with a built-in camera for video conferencing purposes. So you won't have to buy one separately. They also consume noticeably less electrical power than your average desktop PC, so they'll save you some money in the long run.
It may sound obvious, but most people compare an AIO computer to just system units of those desktop PCs, but you ought to remember that the former type already comes with a monitor, while the latter will have you buy one separately. Finally, though it doesn't have anything to do with cost, AIO computers generate less heat, so they're better for the environment.
It's Not All Sunshine and Rainbows
Having said all of that, all-in-one desktops do have their disadvantages too. We don't feel like focusing on the negatives here since this isn't the point of our review but we would be remiss not to mention a few obvious downsides of these systems. First of all, buck for buck, they still lose to standard desktop computers, especially if you build it yourself. Other than that, the systems in question also trail behind in terms of upgradability. With your average desktop PC, you can easily replace a broken or old part for a new one. That simply isn't the case with AIO computers. If you find yourself dissatisfied with the performance of the latter, you will have to make a considerable investment and purchase a new rig.
Q: Which OS is better for an all-in-one desktop: MacOS or Windows?
A: The choice depends mostly on your preferences, but there are still some important differences between these two operating systems. Because Apple is in full control over the software and hardware for their gadgets, MacOS is immune to viruses, provides customers with a dedicated support, and offers a more attractive and user-friendly interface. Windows is more flexible, affordable, and better for gamers.
Q: What is RAM? How much RAM should a good computer have?
A: RAM stands for the random access memory. It's one of the most crucial parts of any computer. RAM is the main memory of the computer which programs can use. The more RAM your computer has, the more programs can be installed on your device. For instance, if your computer features 4 GB RAM, it means that 4 GB is available precisely for programs, including the operating system itself. Though the majority of computers offer 8 or 12 GB RAM, the most powerful modern ones have up to 32 GB RAM. Yet, 16 GB is the optimum choice.
Q: When do I need a memory upgrade?
A: There are several cases when you have to upgrade your memory. Before you decide to upgrade your operating system, it's important to upgrade your memory because new OS usually requires more space than the previous version. Before networking your computer it's also recommended to upgrade your memory. In addition, if you notice that your system starts to work slowly, especially when you work on the Internet or run several programs simultaneously, it's the signal that you have to upgrade your memory.
Q: What is stored on a hard drive?
A: If RAM is used by the programs, hard drive stores various personal users' files such as music, videos, photos, folders with documents, etc. Older models possess hard drives of several hundred MB (megabytes) or GB (gigabytes), while modern computers have hard drives of several TB (terabytes).
Q: Can I enlarge the storage space for my files?
A: If you want to get more space for your files, the best idea is to purchase an external hard drive. Their latest models can store the data of several TB which is very useful if you have lots of big files like films or images. The external hard drives are compact and portable and can be connected to your computer with the help of USB or eSATA cable. It's a convenient and affordable way to extend your storage space.
Q: Which extras does my all-in-one desktop need?
A: The computer should be equipped with a microphone, speakers, and a webcam so that you can take part in video conferences or simply communicate with friends using Skype. If your all-in-one computer has a wireless mouse and a wireless keyboard, this will eliminate the need to search for these accessories additionally as well as help you save your money.
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