Looking for a new desktop PC that gets high marks for style? Well, look no further. The all-in-one PC’s cool, compact design fits into any home or work setting and acts as your one-stop shop for creating, learning, entertaining, and sharing.
Whether it’s TV- or movie-watching on a big screen, playing interactive games with your kids, or video chatting with friends or coworkers, all-in-one PCs do it with style.
Have a look at some of the features that lend to the all-in-one PC’s modern, streamlined appeal:
An all-in-one system and monitor
All-in-one PCs come in the same package: The screen and monitor have merged to become one slim, lightweight system, setting all-in-one PCs apart from the standard desktop tower. Meaning, if you’re finding your monitor plus tower clunky and cumbersome, then the all-in-one PCs may be right for you.
Built-in wireless connection, speakers, and webcams
Some all-in-one PCs come with integrated speakers. Others are already loaded with a webcam and microphone. And the majority of brands come with high-speed wireless connection built-in.
Single plug-and-play cord
If you opt for an all-in-one PC, you’ll be doing away with the tangle of cords that typically come with the traditional desktop tower. With just one power cord, all-in-one PCs cut down on cord clutter, making them the perfect PC for any room in the house.
Better yet, you can easily get an all-in-one PC out of the way by hanging it on the wall and fitting it in with your home’s decor. A number of all-in-one PCs can easily go up on the wall of your living room, kitchen, bedroom or office, for a truly streamlined computing and entertainment experience.
Tangle-free wireless keyboard and mouse
A wireless keyboard and mouse are par for the course for pretty much any all-in-one PC. These allow you to adapt your PC to your particular lifestyle—you can create an environment unique to your needs, placing the keyboard and mouse wherever you want them without having to worry about wires crisscrossing your room and table.
A small but growing number of all-in-one PCs come with touchscreens, which enable users to tap, pinch, push, rotate, and flick their way through pages of content. All of them come housed in flat panels that are getting increasingly thinner and sleeker with each new model hitting the market.