Budget all-round PCs with little to go wrong, is quiet and have a small foot print are perfect for classrooms, libraries and IT suites. These PCs will not only perform well and meet all education needs but cost less, is more reliable and generate little heat.
When considering an All-In-One Desktop PC, one approach is to get the most powerful unit your budget allows. Due to its design, you won’t be looking to upgrade yourself it in any way, not like a conventional desktop. Here, we explore ten seriously powerful AIOs with Intel Core i7.
There are many good reasons for choosing an All-In-One desktop PC over a conventional tower or a desktop with base unit. We look at five simple reasons why you should consider an AIO and follow up with five amazing examples.
An all-in-one (AIO) desktop PC is a computer that combines all the components of a desktop computer into one enclosed unit. Instead of using a separate tower or base unit and monitor for the desktop, it puts the base unit behind the display.
The old Mac Mini used to be the most affordable MacOS based machine one can buy. With the new 2018 Mac Mini however, Apple has pushed the price up by nearly double. It’s time to look elsewhere. We explore 5 rival mini PC options to go against the Apple Mac Mini
When you think how small, thin and light laptops are these days, those same components inside them have found their way to the desktop. Giant beige towers are a thing of the past. If you are conscious about room and space on the desk, it’s time to consider a mini PC.
The new iMac 5K 27-inch launched in the middle of 2017 brought a lot to the table, we take a look at how it stacks up when compared to other All-in-One desktops?
They say, “The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The next best time is now.” Unfortunately for Tech, here never really is a best time to get any. You can possibly expect 6-12 months of ‘new’ use before an update or a totally new version will come out to replace the […]
Aiming squarely at the Macs, Microsoft’s Surface Studio is not a new PC format. There are at least a dozen of different touch enabled all-in-on PCs out there.