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What is All in one Desktop ?    
Let’s look at the evolution of computers, The first generation computer displays were large cathode ray tubes. Due to the size of the displays, computer systems were comprised of three key components: the monitor, the computer case and the input devices. As the time has passed we see monitors becoming so sleek and light, now the time has came when we need to integrate the computer case into the monitor to create an all-in-one.  The most successful of the all-in-one personal computers was the Apple iMac. The original design used the cathode ray monitor with the computer boards and components integrated below the tube. Many similar designs were developed by PC manufacturers, but they did not catch on. With the advent of LCD monitors for displays and mobile parts getting smaller and more powerful, the size of the all-in-one computer system has decreased dramatically. Now the computer components can be easily integrated behind the LCD panel or in the base of the display. So from this you surely can guess all in one desktop repair is not a very easy job.

 

Some All-in-One Desktops Specification :

 

ASUS Zen AiO S Z240IC
Core i3, Core i5, Core i7
DDR4, 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, HDD, HDD+SSD/eMM…
23.8 Inches, Windows 10

 

Lenovo B50-30 F0AU0020IN
Core i5, 1.9 GHz
DDR3, 8GB, HDD, 1TB
23.8 Inches, Windows 8

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Dell Inspiron 20 3043
Pentium Quad Core, 2.16GHz
DDR3L, 4GB, HDD, 500GB
19.5 inches, Windows 8

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HP 18-5201IX (J1F07AA)
AMD, 1.35 GHz
DDR3, 4GB, HDD, 500GB
18.5 inches, DOS

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Apple iMac MK482HN/A (Late 2015)
Core i5, Core i7, 3.3GHz Turbo Boost up…
LPDDR3 SDRAM, 8GB, HDD+SSD/eMMC, 2TB, 3…
27 inches, Mac OS X 10.11

 

Lenovo C260 57328204
Pentium Quad Core, Celeron Dual Core, 2…
DDR3, 2GB, HDD, 500GB
19.5 inches

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Apple iMac MK142HN/A (Late 2015)
Core i5, 1.6GHz Turbo Boost up to 2.7GHz
LPDDR3 SDRAM, 8GB, HDD+SSD/eMMC, 1TB, 2…
21.5 inches, Mac OS X 10.11

 

Dell Inspiron One 2020 (Touch)
Core i3, 2.9 GHz
DDR3, 4GB, HDD, 1TB
20 inches, Windows 8

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HP 20-R010IN
Pentium Quad Core, 1.6 GHz up to 2.4 GHz
DDR3L, 2GB, HDD, 500GB
19.45 inches, Windows 8

 

HP Pavilion 23-q010in
Core i5, 1.9GHz, 2.7GHz max turbo boost
DDR3L, 8GB, HDD, 1TB
23 inches, Windows 8

 

HP 20-2210IX (J1F01AA)
Core i3, 3 GHz
DDR3, 2GB, HDD, 500GB
19.45 inches, DOS

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Apple iMac MK462HN/A (Late 2015)
Core i5, 3.2GHz Turbo Boost up to 3.6GHz
LPDDR3 SDRAM, 8GB, HDD+SSD/eMMC, 1TB, 3…
27 inches, Mac OS X 10.11

 

ASUS ET2040IUK
Pentium Quad Core, Celeron Dual Core, 2…
DDR3, 2GB, 4GB, HDD, 500GB
19.5 inches

 

Apple iMac MK472HN/A (Late 2015)
Core i5, Core i7, 3.2GHz Turbo Boost up…
LPDDR3 SDRAM, 8GB, HDD+SSD/eMMC, 1TB, 3…
27 inches, Mac OS X 10.11

 

HP 18-1310IN (E9T76AA)
AMD, 1.48 GHz
DDR3, 2GB, HDD, 500GB
18.5 inches, Windows 8

 

Lenovo A740 F0AM004MIN
Core i7, 2.8 GHz
DDR3, 8GB, HDD+SSD/eMMC, 1TB, 8GB
27 Inches, Windows 8

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How To Choose The right All-in-One PC :   

 

Display

the first thing you need to consider is the Display, While less expensive AIO PCs will come with 20-inch screens, those are better suited to cramped spaces like classroom labs or dorm rooms. What you really want is a display at least 23 inches on the diagonal—and larger is better if you can do it. The biggest all-in-one available till now has curved 34-inch screens). You would surely get a 1,920-by-1,080-resolution (full HD) screen at this size, the screens will  (up to 4K in many cases, or 3,440 by 1,440 on an ultra-wide display). That gives you the ability to view multiple screens side by side, or view a three- to four-page-wide spreadsheet; well that’s a boon for multitaskers right? A larger screen and higher resolution will let you increase the font size on your Word documents or Excel spreadsheets while still keeping a lot of information on the screen. Desktop screens are brighter than laptop displays in general, as well. Look for In-Plane Switching (IPS) technology for the best screen quality. IPS screens are inherently better at off-axis viewing, which means you won’t have to be sitting perfectly centered to see accurate colors and all the detail in your images.

Now the second thing which pops up in mind is whether to go for a touch screen or not? The tiled Start interface in Windows 10 was designed with touch screens in mind, and makes interacting with your various applications as easy as it’s ever been. But although these can be fun and functional for families, a touch screen isn’t 100 percent necessary yet, especially if you plan to use the all-in-one like a traditional computer, in which case you’re better off using a keyboard and mouse. Because there are some advantages like – Scrolling with a mouse or a touchpad will still be as quick or quicker than on a touch screen. Selecting text for copy and paste is easier with a mouse. If you fill out forms online and switch between text-entry boxes, pull-down menus, and check boxes, then it’s likely that you’ll be able to enter data quicker with a keyboard and mouse or touchpad.

If you’re planning on using the touch screen at least 50 percent of the time, look for systems with screens that can recline down to horizontal (90 degrees) or almost horizontal. This lets you use the system like a large tablet, so you don’t have to hold your arm out constantly to use the touch screen. Think about using an ATM: The vertical screen is fine for a 90-second transaction, but will become tiring after 10 minutes or more.

Speaking of vertical orientation, some AIO stands let you pivot the screen into a portrait orientation. Portrait mode lets you view content like web pages and some pictures without wasted space to the sides of the screen. It’s a boon for Web developers and layout artists still working on print publications. If Portrait mode is something you’d be interested in, make sure the system features auto-rotate; without it, you’ll need to switch display settings every time you pivot the display.

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Components and Peripherals

Always look for better performance ? like if you want to edit photos or videos, or playing music in the background while you work on several tasks in the foreground then look for a true quad-core processor on a large-screen AIO PC. It will help with About 6GB to 8GB should be the minimum system memory you should accept. Although 4GB will work fine for basic users, you’re going to feel the limits of such a system quicker. That said, 8GB or 16GB will let you keep dozens of tabs open on your browser and still have room left over for Photoshop.

As far as storage, look for a hard drive of at least 1TB capacity if you’re going to store any video on your PC. Videos tend to clog up hard drives faster than just about any other type of file. If you’re a heavy download fan, then grab a 2TB drive. The only issue is that a traditional spinning hard drive is relatively slow booting and loading apps. If you’d rather have a system that’s more a speed demon than a file storage unit, look for an AIO that uses a solid-state drive (SSD) as the boot drive.

If you keep all your files on a central network-attached storage (NAS) device or stored on in the cloud, just about any SSD or hard drive larger than 128GB will be sufficient for most users. That’s enough for the operating system and a handful of frequently used programs. You can have the best of both worlds with an all-in-one PC that boots from a SSD but has an additional spinning hard drive for storage. Look for a 128GB boot drive and at least 1TB of hard drive storage if you’re a power user. You’ll need more storage (2TB to 4TB) if you plan on keeping your entire video, music, and photo collection on your AIO.

Adding an extra 1TB or so is also easy with an external drive. SSDs cost more per gigabyte than regular spinning hard drives, but SSDs boot up and wake from sleep so much faster than regular drives. Adding a 32GB cache SSD can speed up some tasks like loading apps, but for true speed, get a “real” SSD as your primary (C:) drive. Unfortunately, some of the new AIO PCs are becoming harder to upgrade by the end user, so make sure you get what you need at the start.

Because an all-in-one is, at its heart, a computer, it should have all the ports you expect to need during your day-to-day activities, particularly USB (in easy-to-access places, if at all possible). You may also want an Ethernet port, though most all-in-ones today come with Wi-Fi support built in, so you can easily hook it up to the wireless network you already have in your home. Also handy is an HDMI input port, which gives you the flexibility to use the all-in-one as a display for a separate PC or other device.

You’ll want a system with a wireless keyboard and mouse or touchpad. Although you could theoretically use the on-screen equivalents on a touch screen, using a touch screen for everything can get tiring, especially when you’re typing for more than a minute or two. A few dozen words are easy to type on a touch screen, while 3,000 words in a single session will be a challenge. It’s also arguably easier to use a mouse or touchpad than a touch screen when selecting large blocks of text for cut/paste operations.

A couple of new subcategories of AIOs have appeared within the last couple of years. The first is the battery-equipped, portable all-in-one desktop. It uses mobile components, including ultrabook-class processors, low-power storage devices like SSDs, and touch screens to give users a tablet-like experience. These PCs run full versions of Windows and Windows-compatible software, so they’re more capable than the mobile device you probably carry in your pocket. A built-in battery pack will give you a few hours of unplugged computing, but their 18- to 27-inch screens are way too large to use on an airline tray table. Think of them as portable PCs that you can move from room to room easily.

The other newcomer on the scene moves in the opposite direction. These much larger machines use desktop-caliber parts (such as processors and graphics cards) to offer you just as much power as you’d get in a full-size tower PC. In many cases, you might even be able to upgrade this type of all-in-one yourself, which would help future-proof it against improvements in technology over the years you own it.

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The Pros of AIOs  

Carrying an all in one is not so cool as you think, just try carrying a 20-inch huge laptop in your arms without looking pathetic. You’ll also need strong arms to move a 17-inch-or-larger laptop, and honestly, you have to be very strong and muscular to do so. But let’s think about the positive sides :Since AIO desktops are plugged in, you can rest assured that you won’t ever run out of battery power, even when you leave your system in sleep mode for months. Some AIO systems with SSDs can update while sleeping, like newer ultraportable laptops. Since they use more powerful processors, all-in-one PCs will take care of your tasks quicker. Some 3D games are also smoother, thanks to discrete graphics cards in some AIO PCs.

1.Since AIO desktops are plugged in, you can rest assured that you won’t ever run out of battery power, even when you leave your system in sleep mode for months. Some AIO systems with SSDs can update while sleeping, like newer ultraportable laptops. Since they use more powerful processors, all-in-one PCs will take care of your tasks quicker. Some 3D games are also smoother, thanks to discrete graphics cards in some AIO PCs.

2. Since they use more powerful processors, all-in-one PCs will take care of your tasks quicker. Some 3D games are also smoother, thanks to discrete graphics cards in some AIO PCs.

3. A large widescreen AIO PC makes for a fine video conferencing system. Rather than having the family crowd around your 7-inch tablet or 11-inch laptop, seat them in front of a 27- or 34-inch AIO desktop so you’re not subconsciously squeezing together to “fit on the screen.” Plus, a large screen is good for watching a movie from 10 feet away, so a few people can use it as a HDTV in your den equipped with a small sofa or loveseat. If you place the system in a central location, such as your kitchen counter, you can monitor your children when they’re online.

4. A Plus, a large screen is good for watching a movie from 10 feet away, so a few people can use it as a hd-TV in your den equipped with a small sofa or loveseat. If you place the system in a central location, such as your kitchen counter, you can monitor your children when they’re online.

 

The Cons

The main problem with these all in ones are they are very difficult to move from one place to other being very heavy, but they are still more portable than tower PCs. All-in-one PCs don’t have the expandability that you’re going to find in most tower PCs, but towers lack the sleekness factor. That said, towers are still better than all-in-one PCs when you need to do intensive work like CAD/CAM or scientific exploration.

 

 

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All-In-One vs. Desktop PCs

all in one desktops are really just a style of desktop computer system. They still have the same requirements in terms of features and function. The only difference is the number of components. All-in-ones have a single box that is the display and computer versus the desktop that is comprised of the computer case plus a separate monitor. This gives the all-in-one computer system a smaller overall profile than a desktop computer system.

Buying a desktop does have some distinct advantages over an all-in-one PC though. Due to their small sizes and need for lower power and less heat generating components, many all-in-one PCs feature mobile designed components including processors, memory and drives. All of these help make the all-in-one small but they also hinder the overall performance of the system. Typically these laptop components will not perform as well as a traditional desktop. Of course for the average user, many of these low powered mobile components will often prove to be fast enough.

Another issue that all-in-one computers have is their upgradability. While most desktop computer cases can be easily opened by the consumer to install replacements or upgrades, all-in-one systems tend to restrict access to the components due to their small nature. This typically only limits the systems to having their memory upgraded. With the rise of high-speed external peripheral connectors such as USB 3.0 and Thunderbolt, internal upgrade options are not as critical as they once were but still make a huge difference when it comes to some components such as the graphics processor although external graphics units could change this.

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All-In-Ones vs. Laptops   

One of the primary reasons for the all-in-one PC is to conserve space over a desktop computer, but laptops have advanced tremendously over the past couple of years. They have advanced so much that comparing them to an all-in-one is almost one sided.

Because many all-in-one PCs use all the same components as a laptop, the performance levels are pretty much identical between the two types of computers. The only really compelling advantage that an all-in-one PC might hold is the size of the screen. While all-in-one PCs generally come with screen sizes between 20 and 27 inches, laptops are still generally restricted to 17-inch and smaller displays.

The all-in-one is smaller than a traditional desktop, but it still is tethered to a desktop space. Laptops have the ability to be moved between locations and even used away from any power on their battery packs. This makes them much more flexible than the all-in-one. There are a few new tablet-style all-in-one systems that feature built-in touch screens and batteries so that they can be used away from power cords but their running times are generally less than that of a laptop.

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