What is the best all-in-one computer? ZDNet's top choice is the 24-inch M1 iMac. We researched, compared, and tested rigs from all the top brands to come up with our selection of the best AIO computers, making sure to cover different price points, use cases, and operating systems.
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Huawei's MateStation X all-in-one PC looks great, performs well and offers extra -- if occasionally confusing -- functionality for those who buy into the company's device ecosystem.
With the diminutive Z2 Mini G3, HP has managed to deliver workstation-class performance in a mini-PC form factor.
If you need screen real estate, computing horsepower and a degree of upgradability, an AIO desktop can be a good choice. We examine contenders from the top five PC vendors.
HP's Z1 Workstation G3 won't win any accolades for its looks, but it's a very capable workstation-class all-in-one desktop with a good level of access to the internals for servicing and upgrades.
The all-in-one HP Z1 Workstation slims down and gets multiple feature upgrades, while HP's workstation-class remote desktop software broadens its OS support.
The intriguing HP Sprout is a next-generation desktop computer combining an all-in-one PC, a projector-scanner unit, a touch mat and a custom Windows-integrated workspace.
Professionals in graphics-dominated fields like video production, web and print publishing and product design will always require large, high-resolution desktop displays. Apple's new 27-inch iMac has them squarely in its sights.
Dell's latest top-end all-in-one desktop offers an excellent range of security options and can be configured to handle a variety of business workloads.
Dell's mobile Precision workstations get a Haswell upgrade, while the Ivy Bridge-based tower range is expanded with single- and dual-socket models.