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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HP TouchSmart 9100 Business PC (WM112PA)

The HP TouchSmart 9100 Business PC is designed for business users, but it's actually a pretty neat solution for a home user. Its TouchSmart software is useful for playing multimedia files and its touchscreen is accurate and easy to use. It's not ideal for a typical office unless software specifically designed for the touchscreen can be used, but it can be a great PC on which to give presentations.

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  • 27th Aug., 2010
  • Elias Plastiras
  • HP
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  • Pros:
  • Great touchscreen, neat all-in-one solution, cordless keyboard and mouse
  • Cons:
  • Uses an old CPU, glossy finish, placement of optical drive could be better
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