All-in-One PC (AIO PC)
Definition - What does All-in-One PC (AIO PC) mean?
An all-in-one PC is also known as an all-in-one desktop.
Techopedia explains All-in-One PC (AIO PC)
There are, however, certain disadvantages in using an AIO PC. One of the biggest disadvantages is upgradability. The upgradability is generally limited to RAM upgrades. Customizing, tweaking or self-repairing an AIO PC can be rather difficult. The failure of a single component often results in the need to repair/replace the entire unit. Compared to a desktop computer, an AIO PC has lower graphics capabilities and processing speed. It is also much more expensive than a desktop computer.
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