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5 reasons to get an All-in-One PC

All-in-one PCs are becoming increasingly popular because they offer everything you need in a single package.

The entire computer system is built into one main component, typically behind the screen or on a base that mounts the monitor.

All-in-one PCs are available in a range of styles, offering everything from the 1080p touchscreen of the Dell XPS, the full HD display of the Lenovo Think Centre E73Z, and the high-end Intel Core processor of the Proline 21.5″.

Here are 5 more reasons to get an all-in-one PC.

1. You won’t need to buy a monitor

All-in-one PCs come with everything included, so not only will not need to purchase a separate monitor, you also won’t need to buy any other peripherals.

In fact, because all-in-one PCs have all their components in the retail box, you can just plug and play once you get home.

2. You’ll save space

All-in-one PCs take up very little space because they’re sleek and you have no tower or peripherals taking up half of your desk space.

You’ll also eliminate cable clutter because the only cables are the power cable and those for the mouse and keyboard (assuming you haven’t gone wireless).

3. It’s easy to use

With an all-in-one PC, it’s really as simple as plugging it into the wall and turning it on, and it is designed to be as user-friendly as possible.

You don’t need to worry about pairing the right cables with the right components, and the ports are usually conveniently located below or on the side of the monitor.

4. It’s cooler than your regular desktop PC

The components inside all-in-one PCs tend to generate less heat, helping to keep your workspace cool.

Because they often make use of laptop components, all-in-one PCs also tend to draw less power without sacrificing performance.

5. Other Features Lacking in Desktops

All-in-one PCs have features that desktops do not, such as touchscreens and extensive multimedia capabilities.

Some even feature multi-touch screens, allowing users to manipulate the screen with pinch, rotate, and scroll two-finger commands similar to tablets.

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5 reasons to get an All-in-One PC