It's all work and no play for HP on the eve of the world's largest gaming expo as they reveal a couple new lines of business hardware.
This 24-inch all-in-one offers a much improved display and better performance, while retaining its unique combination subwoofer/power supply and superior styling.
This AiO looks good and performs well, but Vizio needs to update its peripherals game and get with the discrete GPU program.
You can thank Windows 8 for this bold new experiment: touchscreen all-in-one computers that can move all around the house.
The new all-in-one and desktop lines will offer CPUs from Intel's new fourth-generation Core Haswell line, as well as from AMD.
This all-in-one delivers business-class features, plus a discrete GPU option that’s good enough for games.
The articulated stand and VESA mount point render Dell’s Optiplex 9010 one of the versatile all-in-ones we've tested.
Samsung delivers one of the nicer looking all-in-ones on the market with fairly good overall performance, but weak gaming capabilities.
If it were just about style, the Vizio All-In-One would give Apple a run for its money. But it's not just about looks and a blurry display, weak keyboard, and mediocre performance dampen the experience.
Lacking a touchscreen, some might bypass the Spectre One, but it's a good performer, decently styled and will serve most users just fine. Buy it with the minimal amount of memory and upgrade yourself if need be.