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Best all-in-one PC brands

By Jack Turner

If you want to buy the best all-in-one PC, buy from the best all-in-one PC brands. Take a look at our guide to the brands you can trust.

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We surveyed thousands of Which? members to reveal the most reliable computing brands in every price bracket. To do this, we asked respondents specific questions such as whether a fault occurred with their PC, how long it was before the fault was detected, and if they were able to successfully exchange their faulty all-in-one PC with the vendor - or have it repaired.

Our overall Customer Score is based on a combination of how satisfied owners are with their product and how likely they are to recommend it to a friend.

If you'd rather take a look at the best individual all-in-one reviews, click here to see our Best Buy all-in-ones.

Best and worst all-in-one PC brands

We surveyed over 1,300 Which? all-in-one owners, revealing genuine and honest opinions on the PCs that they own. Customer scores ranged from an outstanding 90% to a slightly less impressive 53%, while reliability scores ranged from 81% to 57%. Take a look at this table before you go on the hunt for a new all-in-one PC to avoid disappointment.

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All-in-one PC brands rated
Brand Average test score1 Reliability rating2 Customer score2 Verdict
78% 90% The best all-in-one brand across the board in our survey, and by some margin. It's a big brand with big expectations, and our readers certainly don't feel disappointed.
60% 71% We think it's PCs are fairly middling, but the good news is that if you do buy one, it should last you a while.
57% 66% Capable of both Best Buys and Don't Buys, this brand is something of a mixed bag, and you'll definitely want to read our reviews before taking the plunge.
63% 70% Consistent across the board, this brand makes respectable AIOs, and our readers agree. It's not the most reliable, but it's passable.
66% 67% This manufacturer has increased its reliability since last years survey, which is good news, and makes its high scoring models in our test more attractive.
N/A 62% This brand scores reasonably with customers, and is the second most reliable, too. Unfortunately, it no longer manufactures AIOs. A second-hand model will likely serve you well, though.
Table notes
Reliability rating and customer score based on a survey of over 1,300 Which? members, surveyed in August 2016

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Our highest scoring all-in-one brand was the most reliable by quite some margin, with an incredible 90% customer score to boot. The brand that received the lowest customer score has actually now pulled out of the all-in-on PC market, but beware if you're buying second hand.

Our reliability survey is conducted every year, so you can be confident these scores are up-to-date and applicable to the current desktop marketplace.

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