All-in-one PC reviews: Reliability
An all-in-one PC can be an ideal hub for all of your home computing. But with the brains of the computer living within the screen itself, if something goes wrong with the screen or the PC, you're left stuck. That's why it's important to choose an all-in-one PC from a brand you can trust.
Every year we survey thousands of Which? members about their computing products to find out which are the most - and least - reliable. Our unique survey helps us to identify the brands that people trust, and would recommend to a friend, with verdicts on all-in-one PC brands like Apple, HP, Sony and Dell.
Read our Which? reviews of the best all-in-one PCs
Best all-in-one PCs for reliability
If you're dependent on your PC every day, even the slightest hiccup can be a pain, so it's worth making sure you opt for a reliable brand at the outset.
Ratings are based on a survey of 11,757 Which? members in August 2014. Reliability score is based on models purchased in the last five years. Previously owned models are also taken into account for those who purchased their current model to replace one with a fault. Customer score is based on satisfaction and the likelihood of recommending the brand to a friend.
All-in-one PC reviews
Our reliability surveys help Which? to uncover common all-in-one PC problems that can affect owners over time. Combined with our extensive lab tests, this means we can recommend the best all-in-one PC for you to buy. We test all-in-one PCs to see how fast they are to start up and use, how comfortable the keyboard is in day-to-day use, and how sharp, bright and easy-to-view the screen is.
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, so our advice helps you to make the right choice and avoid costly mistakes.