All-in-one computers are perfect for the person with an office or desk that is cramped. Many people buy this sort of computer to put into a kitchen or living room for the family to use because the AIO style machines are compact and take up less space than a traditional desktop.
The big benefit of an AIO compared to a notebook when in the same price range is that you get a much larger screen with the average AIO than you will find on a notebook. The typical AIO is also often more powerful than a notebook available in the same price range.
Today I am looking at a budget offering from HP called the HP AIO 200-5020. This machine has a nice size screen and decent hardware considering its price. If you are shopping in the under $800 range for a new all-in-one, the HP AIO 200-5020 may be just what you need.
Specifications, Availability and Pricing
The HP AIO 200-5020 I am looking at today is available directly from HP and can be purchased from Newegg and other sources as well. On Newegg the machine sells for $779.99. Check out the full specifications of the HP AIO 200-5020 by clicking on the image below.
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