Best all-in-one desktop PCs

We've compiled a list of the top all-in-one desktop computers available for businesses and homes

If you don't want to have a separate computer tower and monitor, an all-in-one desktop computer is a great purchase. It has all the PC components built into the same chassis as a widescreen LCD monitor — all you need is a keyboard and mouse and you're ready to go.

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Dell Inspiron One 19

The Dell Inspiron One 19 all-in-one PC has a discreet design that will sit unnoticed in the living room until it needs to be used. It's cheap and reasonably powered, but isn't recommended for watching movies or listening to music.

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  • 12th Feb., 2010
  • James Hutchinson
  • Dell
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  • Pros:
  • Inexpensive, reasonable performance, simple to setup and use
  • Cons:
  • Poor speakers, no Bluetooth or 802.11n wireless

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