Desktop Computer & All In One PC
Selecting right Desktop Computer, All In One PC or Desktop PC for you.
There are a wide range of Desktop Computers, PCs and All in One Pcs out there on the market that you can choose from. The desktop computer will give you a great value for your money but it also has the drawback of not being very portable. If you are looking for power and storage however you should start here. Understanding which one of these is right for you is the first step towards getting the best PC for your money and being sure that it suits your needs. First brands: there is no shortage of great brands on the PC and Desktop Computer market. Acer, Asus, Compaq, Gateway, HP, and Lenovo are just some of the great brands that we offer and all of them have a computer to suit your needs. The next questions you should be asking yourself are what are you going to be using it for? Is it just for email, is it for gaming or high performance programs? These questions can help you choose what kind of Processor and RAM you will need. The more work you expect to get out of your computer, then the more processing power and RAM you will need to make it run. You should also pick a computer with the right amount of storage for your needs. The computer will need a larger hard drive if you plan to keep more stuff on it. How many home movies and pictures do you have that you want to be able to access? Do you listen to lots of music or watch videos from your computer? Those will take up space too. If you can nail these questions down then you will understand what you need in your new desktop computer and will be able to find the right on.
All in One PCs are the desktops with a space saving build out. They generally incorporate all of the internals of the desktop (processing, memory, and hard drive) into what would be the screen on a normal computer. This gets the desktop tower out of the way and greatly reduces the number of cords and clutter that surround a normal desktop. These computers aren't slackers though, they still top out the specifications chart right beside their bigger desktop cousins. This is one way to go if you need great power, speed, large storage and reliability combined with a great looking design.