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HP24DF0170
10-pt Touch-Enabled 23.8" Diagonal Widescreen FHD IPS Monitor Intel Core i5-1035G1 Processor 12GB Memory 512GB SSD Windows 10 Home Realtek Wi-Fi 5 and Bluetooth 4.2
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HP24DF0040
23.8" Full HD 1920x1080p IPS ZBD anti-glare WLED-backlit 3-sided micro-edge 10pt touch-enabled integrated display AMD Athlon Gold 3150U Processor 8GB DDR4-2400 SDRAM (1x8GB); expandable to 16GB 512GB PCIe NVMe SSD AMD Radeon Graphics
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LN57RF001RB
IdeaCentre B540 All-in-one Desktop, Black and Silver, 23.0" FHD (1920 x 1080) MultiTouch TFT color VibrantView LED backlight.
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HP27K150OB
Intel Core i5-4570T processor, Windows 8.1, Touch-enabled 27" widescreen IPS Full HD LED backlit display, 12GB PC3-12800 DDR3-1600 SDRAM memory, 1TB 5400RPM Serial ATA hard drive, NVIDIA GeForce GT 730A dedicated graphics, Bluetooth, Webcam and mic
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LN0A65729
Choice of available memory sizes for DDR3 UDIMM memory Increased performance over PC3-10600 DDR3-1333 memory Improves overall ThinkCentre or ThinkStation system performance
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Best Desktop PCs

If you’re looking to purchase a computer, the growing trend is to lean toward a laptop for portability, but often a desktop PC is the better choice. Are you constantly carrying your computer with you everywhere you go? Are you working from different locations all the time? If your answer to these questions is no, then you should consider a more powerful, slim-design home computer as an alternative to a laptop.

Desktop PCs are better choices for users who don’t need to travel, and they’re often more cost-effective, too. There are some great features that really set these computers apart from their mobile counterparts. First, desktops are very easy to upgrade. You can swap out the hard drive or add more RAM much more easily with these computers, allowing for a greater range of customization. Not to mention with the amount of different plug-in ports available, your options for adding additional drivers are virtually endless. Simple upgrades like adding a new graphics card will take minutes on a desktop PC, but adding one to a laptop can be difficult, not to mention costly.

Desktop PCs are also far easier to repair than laptops. Though modern desktop computers are still streamlined and slender, size and weight are less of a concern, so pieces and parts aren’t stacked, layered, and crammed into a tiny space. If you’ve ever had to clean a laptop fan, you know what a headache this basic maintenance task can be. With a larger, stationary computer, cleaning or replacing the fan is a breeze, no more worrying about the machine overheating or burning out.

Another advantage of Desktop PCs is that repairing them are often cheaper than laptop repairs. There are two main reasons for this. The first reason is simple, desktops are easier to take apart and access. The second reason is that new parts can be a generic brand, and are often compatible with multiple, if not all models. On the opposite side, most laptop parts are specific to each computer, can be hard to find, and can be very expensive.

Desktop PCs also feature larger monitors and bigger keyboards for a more comfortable, and multimedia friendly, home computing experience. Most models also allow the use of multiple monitors to give you a larger, more flexible on-screen work area. Spend money on features you’ll use, rather than paying extra for portability. Desktop computers are the ideal choice for anyone who does most of their computing in a single location.