In this post, we’ve taken a look at six of the best all-in-one PCs for 2019 and rated them based on the price they come in at and the features they offer. So, if you’re looking for a nice AIO for your budget and needs, check out our recommendations below.
All-in-one PCs aren’t quite as popular as they were 4-5 years ago, mainly due to the restrictions on the kind of hardware that can go inside of them. However, there are still a couple of reasons to choose an AIO over a traditional desktop PC.
The main reason why an all-in-one PC might be a better option for you than a standard desktop tower and monitor combination is if you have a limited amount of space and you don’t mind paying extra for a more compact solution. With an all-in-one PC, you get a computer, display, and a speaker system all combined into one chassis. The downsides, though, are that all-in-one PCs aren’t great options for high-end users (especially gamers) as they are limited in the kind of hardware they can hold (namely, GPUs) and, like laptops, they can have issues with heat and offer worse cost-to-performance ratios than desktops.
But, if you are a casual user who doesn’t need a high-end system, but who wants a more compact solution, an all-in-one computer is an excellent option to help meet your needs. So, in this guide, we’ve compared six of the best all-in-one systems across different feature-sets and price-points to help you find the right option for your needs.
The table below offers you a quick look at our picks for the best AIO PCs across a handful of different categories. We’ve made selections for the best 4K AIO computer, the best ultrawide option, the best value option, and the best option for a cheap AIO PC.
HP Envy 4K
HP ENVY 34
Acer Aspire AZ3
Dell Inspiron 3475
*To read more about the AIO PCs above, click the “Read Review »” link to jump to our overview of that system. And, to check out our Honorable Mention picks, keep scrolling down.
Is an All-In-One Computer Right for You?
While there is nothing wrong with getting an all-in-one PC if you are looking for a compact system, for the same amount that it costs to get an AIO PC, you could get a much better pre-built computer. And, if you’re up for building your own PC, you could build a computer that will offer you a ton of more performance for the same cost. If you’re interested in checking out pre-built options or DIY options, check out our guides below: