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Blog > January 2018 > Keep it Together: The Best All-In-One PCs at Techscheme
1/12/2018 4:38:14 PM | with 0 comments
All-in-one computers have really taken off in the last few years; previously the domain of iMacs and not much else, advancements in hardware mean that it’s easier than ever to get everything you need from a computer in one unit. We at Techscheme have gone through and taken a look at some of the best All-in-one PCs available through our partners at Apple and Currys to give you a head start on where to look. Remember, buying through Techscheme means you can save up to 12% off on all tech, even on sale prices.

Apple iMac 5K 27-inch

We mentioned iMacs in the intro, so we couldn’t kick off without mentioning the latest in the line. The 27-inch 5K is a serious piece of kit. To start with, the 5120x2880 5K Retina Display screen is incredible; it exudes crystal clear, stunning images that are perfect for editing video, and photos – or just streaming video in Ultra HD.
Behind the scenes, it’s all powered by the latest quad-core Intel Core i5 processor, backed up by an AMD Radeon Pro 580 graphics card, a 2TB hard drive and 8GB of RAM meaning there’s very little this iMac won’t let you do. To top it all off, the iMac, as ever, looks amazing with that iconic aluminium and glass design. Perfect for any living room or home office.

HP Envy 34-b000na
The HP Envy has to be one of the best looking all-in-ones on the market. That 34-inch curved screen looks good enough to replace your TV in the heart of the living room. Wide Quad HD and four high-quality speakers built into the aluminium stand, it might even beat out your telly on more than looks.

The Intel® Core™ i7-7700T processor that powers it is a real behemoth; this is a prestige PC capable of handling any task with ease. That powerful processor is ably assisted by an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950M graphics card, 8 GB of RAM and two hard drives - a 1TB HDD and a 256GB solid-state drive for ultimate performance.

Lenovo IdeaCentre 720 23.8-inch

The IdeaCentre might not look as flashy as the Envy up there but in many ways, the hardware really stands up. You’ll find the same impressive Intel Core i7 processor as well as 8GB of RAM and GeForce GTX 960A graphics powering it. There’s no SSD drive but there’s a good 1TB of storage from the standard hard drive.
It’s much more of a work PC but that doesn’t mean it isn’t perfectly capable streaming good quality video or pumping out great sound thanks to the four excellent Harmon Kardon speakers and in terms of productivity, again, it’s a fast and powerful machine.

Acer C22-760 21.5-inch

We’ve device to finish off with something a bit more affordable; more of an everyday home PC. The Acer C22-760 is a great little pc for a family home, it’s slim and stylish, has a storage capacity of 1TB – which is plenty for everyone in the home. The Intel Core i3 processor isn’t for the graphic designer in your life but is plenty powerful for everyday use.

The Full HD display is great for streaming video and the durable metal stand is adjustable from any position, whilst also adding a bit of stable security from bumps.

These are just a few of the best all-in-one PCs available from our partners at Apple and Currys. Buying through Techscheme means you’ll be able to save up to 12% on the listed price, including sale prices, whilst also being able to spread the cost over up to three years. If your employer isn’t signed up to our employee benefits scheme then you won’t be able to take advantage, so, mention us to them today.
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