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Best All-In-One computer for business use

by malcom-chakery / January 26, 2015 3:06 AM PST

Hi,

my name is Malcom Chakery and I am new on here. I am looking for an all in one computer for business usage. I am looking for opinions on what the best model would be and why. I would prefer the screen be 24 inches at a minimum. Can people please give feedback on different brands or models. The reason i want it is due to desk space and want to get rid of the big pc tower and all of the cables that clutter my desk. Thanks in advance for your help.

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Opt for a Dell all in one
by techknave / January 26, 2015 3:16 PM PST

Dell XPS 8700 with its standard, non-"S" model Core i7-4770 chip is the best in the market

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before I spent that much extra
by James Denison / January 29, 2015 8:36 PM PST

I'd go with a small form factor computer and sit my monitor on top of it, like the earliest home computers used to do, before towers became all the rage.

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Sometimes ALL-IN-ONE and small form factor PCs
by VAPCMD / January 31, 2015 10:24 AM PST

are not as practical as initially thought because almost everything you add will have to be external...resulting in more more external devices, cables, etc.,.

Whichever way you go ....how are you planning to back up you PC ?

VAPCMD

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