The desktop PC market isn't dead, it has just moved to different types of machines for the most part. The desktop computer of today is often literally a desktop. With the all-in-one machines like the Acer Aspire AZ5700-U2112 I am looking at today, all of the hardware for the PC is inside the screen.
The upside to using an AIO machine is that you have more space on and around your desk. Many of the current crop of AIO machines are becoming just as powerful as the desktop machines that have a separate tower that sits beside the desk.
Today I have one of the best looking all-in-one computers I have had on my test bench. Good looks aside, what we really want to know is if the Acer AZ5700 has the go to match its show. Read on for all of the details on the Acer AZ5700 all-in-one computer.
Specifications, Availability, and Pricing
The Acer AZ5700 I am checking out today isn't on the Acer US website at the time of this review. The machine is readily available online, though, on Newegg.com and Amazon. The machine sells for $1009.99 on Newegg. Check out the full specifications of the machine below.
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