All-in-ones aren’t your average PCs. They're every desktops with integrated displays, frequently complemented by a mix of laptop and desktop components. For these reasons and more, they've garnered an unfair reputation of being inferior to their full-on desktop counterparts.
Let it be known, however, that all-in-ones have their advantages. These self-contained PC setups typically require less desk space than a desktop tower, monitor and all their accompanying accoutrements. At the same time, they don’t produce a nest of cables for guests to trip over.
Because of the inherent convergence that an all-in-one boasts, PC makers can rethink their design…
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