All in one computer
Have an all in one computer and need help or tutoring? You have come to the right place. Whether you have an all in one computer are any other you will quickly find that I offer the best service and price to be found just about anywhere.
All in one computers are really no different than any other. Although computers come in the form of laptops, desktops, and all in one computers the technology and hardware used is very similar among all of them, if not identical. From a software perspective nothing is different on an all in one computer. However when it comes to hardware the differences are great. Parts for all in one computers and laptops are typically designed to fit in a compact, small space and can make replacement or repair difficult.
No matter what problem you may be having with your all in one computer I can help. If you just aren’t sure give me a call and lets talk!
Before you go anywhere else such as Best Buy for help with your all in one computer give me a try. More than likely you will get your computer back much quicker, and you will certainly receive better service and price. And with my no fix no charge policy if your problem cannot be resolved you’ll loose nothing but a little time! Give me a call today.
If you are simply shopping for the best deal on all in one computers, the HP Envy 32 is an excellent all-in-one desktop thanks to its large 4K display, robust built-in sound bar, and potent components that are ready to power through work and play.
All-in-one desktop PCs aren’t too common compared to their traditional tower counterparts, but we’ve seen plenty of strong entries over the years. The Apple iMac set the bar in this category ages ago, while Microsoft’s Surface Studio 2 has its own touch-screen advantages. HP is bridging the gap between these two icons with the new Envy 32 All-in-One (starts at $1,799.99; $2,499.99 as tested).
It’s a premium Windows machine like the Surface Studio, but like the iMac bears no touch screen and boasts a high-power desktop rather than mobile processor for better performance than most Windows AIOs. Best of all, it’s much less expensive than the iMac, while still offering features such as 4K (3,840 by 2,160) screen resolution, superior graphics, and a super sound bar. The Envy 32 can do everything well (even gaming) and delivers some nice extras at a reasonable price, making it our Editors’ Choice in the category.