Today, most people can’t live without a computer, however require space savings, power and flexibility all from a single desktop computer – here’s the solution: an All-in-One or Mini PC.
The All-in-One PC
A normal computer consists of monitor, CPU and its other components but an All-in-One computer consists of everything built into the monitor. The All-in-One computer (AIO) is easy to place and easy to use, as well as taking up less space and has fewer wire connections.
The AIO PC is the perfect solution for a number of public services sectors such as Education and Healthcare, being space saving, power efficient, which helps the environments and saves on electric costs.
3 reasons to own an All-In-One desktop computer
1. Save space
2. Pleasing to the eye
3. Save on energy and maintenance
The Mini PC
The market for mini desktop computers has grown dramatically over the past few years. While many people choose the large gaming PC builds, however as they are not for everyone, MSI have developed the Mini PC, which is a compact system, whilst still having a fast processor. The Mini PC is an ideal solution for many different applications, this micro form factor PC is a fantastic solution for projects including powering digital signage or to “Go Green” in the office and save on power bills. Not forgetting they are space-saving, more affordable than a full system and have other benefits like being quieter, cooler running and portable.
4 advantages of owning a Mini PC
A mini-PC has a number of advantages over a regular desktop PC or notebook or even tablet.
This is the obvious advantage. Depending on the model, can be as small as a novel or jewellery box, sometimes even smaller. You can tuck the PC away where it is essentially invisible and save a significant amount of space.
A Mini PC can have all the power of a standard desktop PC and components such as the RAM and hard drive can easily be changed. Additionally, hook it up to a screen of choice, whether that is a regular monitor, open frame display, or a TV screen.
Mini PCs are more affordable and very cost effective to operate.
4. Energy consumption
These devices use the latest developments in energy saving technology to run on less power and reduce heat.