1. Dell

Dell

Dell

Dell is one of the best known desktop brands around. It has a solid reputation for making excellent desktops. The Dell XPS has an Intel i7, the Dell Inspiron desktop has an Intel i5 and the Dell Inspiron One All-in-One Desktop has an Intel i3 6100U Processor. Dell makes quality products for a good price. A peppy CPU and dedicated GeForce graphics power the 4K display of the Dell OptiPlex 7760 All-in-One, a flexible business desktop for designers and creative types.

2. HP

HP

HP

HP Pavilion Desktop experience the highest level in computing power with this HP Pavilion desktop computer. Its 4GB of RAM and AMD Ryzen 2200G quad-core processor deliver lightning-fast speeds for the ultimate work or gaming experience. The only difference is the number of components. All-in-ones have a single box that is the display and computer versus the desktop that is comprised of the computer case plus a separate monitor. This consolidation gives the all-in-one computer system a smaller overall profile than a desktop computer system. It’s equipped with an 8th Generation Intel Core i7 processor, with an NVIDIA GTX 1050 graphics card, 16GB of memory, plus 16GB Intel Optane memory. If you’re looking for one of the best desktop computers for the money, take a good look at theHP ENVY all-in-one.

3. Lenovo

Lenovo

Lenovo

Lenovo isn’t the only PC vendor that makes great laptops. Every manufacturer, even last-place Samsung, has its bright spots. Dell has the best consumer pc in the XPS 13 and the top gaming rig in the Alien ware 17. The Lenovo range of pc are equipped with screens of various sizes, but they do seem to lack high-resolution screens. This makes Lenovo machines a good choice for users looking for a portable pc.  An excellent option for students or as an alternative to the aging MacBook Air, the Lenovo Idea pad 530S offers good performance and a gorgeous design at a reasonable price. The two-tone silver-and-grey aluminium chassis is slim and lightweight, making it portable enough for frequent travellers.

4. Apple

Apple

Apple

The iMac defined the (AIO) desktop a decade ago, setting the stage for a surge in premium Windows machines built in its mold. Apple has since refined the iMac’s design before reaching the current super-slim aluminium version, which has remained largely unchanged since 2012. But it’s only a matter of time before high-end Windows AIOs  start cutting into Apple’s pie. The screen brightness across all of the new iMacs has been increased to 500 nits, and it shows. At full brightness the display is almost painfully luminous. The mouse supports touch-based scrolling, though I still find its shallow shape uncomfortable, and the keyboard angle and keys are similarly low-profile. Still, both the mouse and the keyboard are high quality for bundled peripherals.

5. Acer

Acer

Acer

Acer is one of the best computer makers at providing excellent laptops at affordable prices. As a result of its strong budget and gaming offerings, Acer earned 7 Editors’ Choice awards and an average rating of 3.5 out of 5 during the past year or so. Acer was founded by Stan Shih, his wife Carolyn Yeh, and a group of five others as Multitech in 1976, headquartered in Hsinchu City, Taiwan. The company began with eleven employees and US$25,000 in capital. Acer is a brand known for making Windows PCs for a long time now, and if you’re looking for something that offers value and decent quality, you’re looking in a good place. Asus has some really strong value laptops, compelling premium Ultrabooks and innovative gaming notebooks. Asus also makes the most durable Chromebook around, the Flip C213SA, which can survive 4-foot drops onto concrete.

6. ASUS

Asus

Asus

ASUS is a Taiwan-based, multinational computer hardware and consumer electronics company that was established in 1989. Dedicated to creating products for today’s and tomorrow’s smart life, ASUS is the world’s No. 1 motherboard and gaming brand as well as a top-three consumer notebook vendor. Asus offers a ton of variety and some of the best values around. In a market in which premium Ultrabooks like the Dell XPS 13 usually cost over $1,000 when you buy them with decent specs, the ZenBook UX330UA offers a speedy Core i5 CPU, a 256GB SSD and an all-metal design, all for under $750. ASUS Wi-Fi systems also have a few kinks, despite being very effective. However, over all, their reliability is high, their price is good, and their support is one of the BEST.

7. Samsung

Samsung

Samsung

Samsung, South Korean company that is one of the world’s largest producers of electronic devices. Samsung specializes in the production of a wide variety of consumer and industry electronics, including appliances, digital media devices, semiconductors, memory chips, and integrated systems. Samsung will no longer sell computers or Chromebooks in Europe. Samsung has announced today that it will be exiting the computer market and will soon stop sales of all active and Chromebook device in Europe. Samsung makes these for its new range of excellent Tab S devices, so it understands that this is good enough for most people.