Why an All in One?

What is an All in One Computer?


In terms of features and functionality, All in One computers are identical to traditional desktop computer systems. The number of components is the only difference. All-in-ones bundle the display and the device into one box, while desktops consist of the computer case plus a separate monitor.

What are the benefits of using and All-in-One PC?


Saves space

 Compared to a conventional desktop computer, the Portus AiO brand has many distinct advantages. It has a slimmer design that takes up less total space than the bulkier tower and display setup, as previously stated. Many offices fail to find appropriate positions for computers, so they can end up on the floor, in a dusty cabinet, or in difficult-to-reach locations inside the work cubicle. Switching to an all-in-one PC can save considerable space in already crowded workplaces, particularly when some companies have hundreds, if not thousands, of desktops to store and eventually must switch to computer disposal.


Since the all-in-one is often bought with scale in mind, the colour and finish are more aesthetically appealing than many conventional desktop computers. Take, for example, the Portus Pro All-in-One. It has a clean, modern design with a sophisticated matte black finish that goes with every office design scheme. When not in use, the built-in camera can be placed in its sleek chassis, which takes up almost no room.


Standard desktop PCs are typically restricted to your office or home due to the difficulty of carrying a computer, tower, cables, and peripherals. However, if you need to transport an AiO PC, you're normally looking at a single device with a cable; if you have an AiO with a touch screen, you can also opt not to bring any peripherals, such as a keyboard and mouse.

Save on energy and maintenance

Switching to an all-in-one computer will alleviate many of the problems that conventional desktop computers cause. Desktop towers that are dusty, loud, and power hungry can be noisy and produce unnecessary heat in an already crowded cubicle. Portus all-in-one desktops solve these issues by being energy-efficient, allowing them to keep things quiet and not emit the same amount of heat as their bigger, more powerful counterparts. Keeping your all-in-one dust-free is also easier since the unit sits right on your desk where it's easily within cleaning reach. With fewer ports and openings to tend to, these sleeker and smaller computers can be wiped down and cared for with minimal effort.

Why an All-in-One PC is perfect for home working?


Since many of us now work from home, we need to make room for a computer, and the best all-in-one desktop computers can provide a clean-lined look while still working well for those with limited space. Rather than having a separate computer tower and display, an all-in-one computer integrates all of the components in one machine. They have a more contemporary appearance and are more visually appealing.

What spec do I need for my All-in-One PC?


An All in One computer is first and foremost a computer, and the components within decide the system's output. Although marketing materials may extol a variety of features, there are four main requirements to consider when purchasing a device, whether it's an all-in-one or not.

Processor: Although you can find All in One systems with Intel Core i3 or Pentium CPUs, these processors are much less capable, and you'll notice the limits of their performance much sooner. We suggest a new Intel Core i5 processor for most users, as it will provide plenty of output for all of your daily tasks and will provide decent support for the rest of the computer's life. If you want more power, stepping up to a Core i7 will offer plenty of power.

RAM: RAM, also known as memory, is the computer's short term storage for currently running programmes. Even with a strong processor, a smaller amount of RAM would restrict your ability to multi-task. We suggest having as much RAM as possible, but 8GB of RAM would suffice for most users' computing needs. The good news is that RAM is cheap, and it's also one of the few components of an all-in-one that can be upgraded by the customer.

Graphics: All of the lovely graphics you see in games and videos are the product of graphics processing. The graphics processing hardware that comes with your computer's processor, integrated graphics, is sufficient for most users. It's adequate for web surfing, office work, and video streaming, which account for the majority of device use. You'll need a machine with a discrete graphics card if you want to play games or do more challenging, graphics-intensive work.

Storage: Finally, for all of your programmes, files, and family images, you'll need something with a large hard drive. Capacity and speed are two major issues when it comes to storage. A 500GB hard drive will hold plenty of documents and images, but a 1TB hard drive will hold more video files and larger programmes. A solid state drive (SSD) is faster than a hard drive, and you'll notice the difference in your day-to-day use of the computer. However, SSDs are more costly for the same power. Many PC manufacturers sell dual-drive configurations that combine the output of an SSD with the capacity of a spindle-based hard drive at an affordable price. If not, more room is preferable

What is the difference between and All-in-One PC and a desktop PC?


The number of components is the only difference. All-in-ones bundle the display and the device into one box, while desktops consist of the computer case plus a separate monitor. This means that an average desktop computer will consume a lot of space and you will need a lot of wires and cables to establish a connection between the different components of the computer system. The most significant advantage of the AIO PCs is the smaller form factor of it as compared to any other average desktop computers.