All-in-one computers have proven a strong category in the declining PC marketplace over the last five years. While overall sales dropped, the AIO gained ground, and manufacturers aren’t complaining about that. AIOs tend to be more expensive than conventional desktops.
The appeal of all-in-one systems is easy to understand. They condense and simplify computing into a single, elegant design that says goodbye to annoying, ugly wires. But that comes with sacrifices that may haunt you a few years down the road.
All-in-ones are at a disadvantage because they’re built to be thin. That means less space for components and cooling. As a result, the AIO market is full of desktops that have low-power versions of desktop processors, or even mobile processors inside.
One of the best deals of all pre-configured mini-PCs, though, is the 2017 release of ACEPC AK1.
ACEPC Product List