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Q: All in one PC

Dear team,

I want to purchase a new desktop computer. Is it a correct decision to buy all in one (AIO) computer? Actually I dont like that tangled wires. But pls guide me if it would be correct decision to buy an AIO.

THANKS

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Preferred Solution: All in one PC

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A: All in one PC

The question is - more or less impossible to answer
If you envisage wanting to service and possibly upgrade by way of ram, graphics etc or other add-in card then an all-in-one is usually difficult to work on.
Even the simple task on a standard tower of removing a side panel is not so easy on some all-in-ones

That said, without further details it is impossible to offer meaningful advice.

When you have made the decision in that regard and you then provide links to your proposed purchases, then it will be our pleasure to look at them and offer more meaningful advice

You may as a starting point wish to read these
https://www.thetechlounge.com/blog/all-in-one-computers-pros-and-cons/

https://www.ebuyer.com/blog/2015/03/desktops-vs-all-in-ones/

https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/would-you-buy-an-all-in-one-desktop-computer/2/

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