All in one PCs: Best Buys
Which? Best Buy all-in-one PCs have bright, sharp screens that display rich, vibrant colour. There's plenty of power for carrying out everyday and more demanding tasks. Keyboards are comfortable and well laid out.
Looking for a new all-in-one PC?
A bad all-in-one PC will be no more powerful than a basic laptop but may set you back twice the price. So how can you make sure you avoid disappointment, and make the right choice? Our reviews can help.
Which? invests almost £30,000 each year testing the latest all-in-one PCs, from top-end models to more affordable multimedia centres to help you get the right product at the right price.
Our all-in-one PC researchers put models through an intensive range of technical tests so you can be sure that when you need your machine to perform, your Best Buy all-in-one PC will deliver.
Which? runs over 250 individual tests on each model we look at including a number of real life application tests to assess the performance when carrying out tasks that you would complete at home - including playing back DVDs and editing photos.
Our all-in-one reviews will expose the PCs to avoid - those that are underpowered to run your games or leave you straining to hear sound from the speakers.
A good all-in-one PC can be a space-saving, one-stop shop for all your multimedia needs. Find out which models we recommend from our extensive lab testing by taking out a £1 trial to Which?.
What makes a Best Buy all-in-one PC?
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We test models from the biggest all-in-one PC brands on the market in our labs - including Apple, Dell, HP and Packard Bell - and look at a wide range of models from each - from high performance multimedia models to more basic workstations - so you can decide when it's worth spending your money and when it's not.
Which? is independent - we work for you, the consumer, so you can be sure that our product recommendations are influenced only by our test results. We don't take advertising and we buy all the products that we test ourselves, so our advice helps you to make the right choice first time and avoid costly mistakes.
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