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Group test: what's the best all-in-one PC?

The best all-in-one desktop PCs you can buy

PC Advisor reviews the best All-in-One PCs you can buy in the UK right now.

5. MSI Wind Top AE2712G

MSI Wind Top AE2712G
  • Reviewed on: 22 August 13
  • RRP: £1199 inc. VAT
  • Rating: Rated 7 out of 10

This is the least expensive 27in all-in-one PC we've reviewed of late and offers a correspondingly lower specification with somewhat lacklustre performance. The nVidia graphics are particularly disappointing. However, you do get a Blu-ray player and a built-in tuner with the MSI Wind Top AE2712G. 

4. Chillblast Fusion AIO Ultima

Chillblast Fusion AIO Ultima
  • Reviewed on: 16 August 13
  • RRP: £1199 inc. VAT
  • Rating: Rated 7 out of 10

This space-saving all-in-one PC delivers excellent application performance, but lacks a discrete graphics chip for gaming. It's not as attractive as most and requires some self-assembly, but offers good features and value for money.

3. Medion Akoya P2002

Medion Akoya P2002
  • Reviewed on: 21 August 13
  • RRP: £450 inc. VAT
  • Rating: Rated 7 out of 10

This is a basic, no-frills all-in-one with adequate performance, no Blu-ray drive and no touch screen. However, at this low price, it represents excellent value for money and even comes with a built-in Freeview tuner.

2. Apple iMac 27in (Late 2012) Ultimate

Apple iMac 27in (Late 2012) Ultimate
  • Reviewed on: 19 August 13
  • RRP: £1,699 inc VAT and delivery
  • Rating: Rated 9 out of 10

The 27in iMac is still an obvious choice for any creative designer. It's immensely powerful and delivers outstanding image quality. It also offers peerless design and impeccable build quality. This model is by far the quickest for running games, although there's no touchscreen for finger navigation in Windows 8.

1. Dell XPS 2720

Dell XPS 2720
  • Reviewed on: 19 August 13
  • RRP: £1,749 inc VAT and delivery
  • Rating: Rated 9 out of 10

The Dell XPS 2720 is undeniably expensive, but delivers incredible performance, excellent features and offers a truly awesome 27in Adobe RGB touchscreen display. Next-day in-home support from Dell will make a huge difference to those relying on their PC for business.

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