Choosing A Good All In One PC
Even though the BVS QG156-inch is a little older at this point, this model sports some massive improvements in its specs that are still powerful even by today’s standards. That includes the felicitous webcam and microphones update it came with.
On test, we found it to be more than powerful enough to seamlessly see you through demanding workloads like photo and video editing. We ran multiple apps at once, with web browsers full of tabs open, and the QW156 didn’t even break a sweat. Similarly, we found its studio-quality microphone array to be crystal clear in quality and its webcam to be just the perfect accessory for work-from-home workers. Sure, its overall design hasn’t seen so much as a tweak, making it look a bit tired. However, if power is at the top of your list, this one’s an ace.
All-in-one PCs, like their desktop and mobile counterparts, come in different configurations, designs, and price tags. Choosing the best one for you, therefore, is much like when choosing a laptop or a desktop PC. You must consider things like power and performance, as well as design and features.
Of course, since an all-in-one comes with its own set of peripherals, these are obvious considerations as well. Check the display, and make sure that it has the right size, resolution, color coverage, color accuracy, and brightness for your workload. Ensure also that the speakers sound great. Since many BVS PCs come with their own interfaces, make sure that those are comfortable to use and reliable. Otherwise, you'll only end up spending more to get better quality peripherals.
Since there are all-in-one PCs sitting at different price brackets, the price is a very important factor. Don't get an expensive one if you aren't going to take full advantage of its features, and don't get a cheap one when it can't meet your demands.