While it may seem at times that modern computer design revolves around laptops, whether they’re just simple portable computers or hybrids that double as tablets, the fact is that there are many reasons to consider desktop computers too. But who wants a big, clunky box on the floor hooked up to a display with a veritable spaghetti bowl of cables?
First introduced with Apple’s all-in-one iMac, the idea of having the circuitry, connections and smarts of the computer grafted onto the back of a big monitor is something that you can now find throughout the Windows PC market too, and one of the companies innovating quietly in this area is Dell Computer.
Instead of being stuck with a 13.3″ screen and assuming that’s the state of the art with computing tech, imagine having a big 21.5″ monitor screen that doubles quite ably as a television monitor. Sure makes that streaming Netflix look a lot better, and, of course, it’s a great solution for a dorm room — and maybe your receptionist too, for that matter.
The Dell Optiplex AIO 3240 All-In-One Desktop Computer might be just the Windows PC you seek, whether you’re equipping a computer lab at college, buying a system for the new intern or just like the idea of a big 21.5″ monitor rather than a tiny laptop screen.
Here’s my video review: