Our Favorite Computers for the New Year

Are you looking for a hybrid between a laptop and a desktop? Need a reliable computer for all the moments your device freezes and takes 10-mins to reset again? Look no more because here’s what we think are the best purchases considered all-in-one

#1.)  Apple’s 5K iMac ($1600.00)

The rich all-in-one display is tops on the market and thanks to a wider P3 color gamut, it’s 25 percent higher resolution than others. Movies and photos are stunningly true-to-life on the iMac’s 27-inch, 5120 x 2880 screen, and with a powerful 6th-gen Intel Core i5 processor and AMD Radeon graphics inside, there’s plenty of performance muscle to power any of your editing duties. Even with its new upgrades, the latest iMac retains its stunningly slim design, and includes a redesigned mouse and keyboard that are more responsive than ever.

#2.)  Asus Zen AiO Pro ($1,899 as reviewed)

This one is practically everything you could possibly want from an all-in-one — and then some. This Windows 10 desktop’s rich 4K display and gorgeously slick design make it an excellent centerpiece for your living room, while its 6th-gen Intel Core i7 processor and discrete Nvidia graphics give it plenty of muscle for multitasking and gaming. If that’s not enough, the Zen features USB Type-C support for the latest, speediest accessories, as well as an Intel RealSense 3D camera that allows you to scan your face and play fun motion-controlled games.

#3.)  Lenovo’s IdeaCentre Y910 ($1800.00)

Not just an impressive all-in-one, it’s also a top-notch gaming PC. Sporting up to an Nvidia GTX 1080 graphics card, this feature-packed desktop can handle the most graphically intense PC games and power your VR headset w/o breaking a sweat. It also features a depth-sensing RealSense camera, a fast Core i7 processor and a 27-inch quad HD screen that games look gorgeous on. But the real kicker is its upgradeable design, which allows you to keep the Y910 fresh by swapping out its RAM, storage and graphics cards.

#4.)  The Lenovo Yoga Home 900 ($1299.99)

Used as either a standard PC or big tablet, and it excels at both. The machine’s 27″ touch display can be laid flat on your floor or coffee table, allowing you and your family to draw in digital coloring books, watch videos and play a virtual round of Scrabble. And when it’s time to get to work, the system’s Intel Core i5 processor and discrete Nvidia GTX 940A graphics provide plenty of multitasking and video muscle.

#5.)  The Dell XPS 27 ($1499.99)

One of the first all-in-one PCs that sounds as good as it looks. This desktop packs a booming 10-speaker soundbar right beneath its display, delivering rich, clear audio for music and movies. The XPS 27’s rocking sound system is complemented by a highly adjustable 4K display with optional touch, making it the ultimate all-in-one for creative professionals or just anyone who cares equally about a great display and great sound.


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