Buying an all-in-one PC offers many advantages, especially when it comes to families. Laptops are by their very nature portable, and this means it can be hard for parents to monitor their usage.
An all-in-one PC on the other hand takes some effort tomove, which means grown-ups can be sure where it is, who’s using it and what they’re using it for.
All-in-one computers are also an excellent choice for the budget conscious consumer. Just a quick look at an electrical distributor’s site like Ebuyer.com will tell you all you need to know about pricing.
A laptop with an Intel Core i7 processer running at 2GHz, 4GB of RAM and a 500 GB hard drive will set you back nearly £2,000.
But for just £600 you can get an all-in-one PC with an Intel Core i7 processer running at 3.4GHz, 12GB of RAM and a massive 2TB hard drive. Even when you factor in the cost of a display for your all-in-one PC, which might even be a touchscreen, another advantage over laptops, that’s still a significant saving and you’re getting more powerful machine. All-in-one PCs also have another huge advantage for the consumer on a budget, they can be repaired and upgraded much more easily than a
laptop. In fact, when it’s time to upgrade a laptop, it’s usually time to buy a completely new one.
With all-in-one PCs, components can be replaced individually and with a little technical know how you can even do it yourself, saving even more cash.
So next time someone tells you the all-in-one computer is dead, ask them how much they paid for their laptop, then explain to them how you got a better PC for less.”