The Best All-in-One Computers for Working Remotely

The Best All-in-One Computers for Working Remotely

One of the main obstacles to working remotely is that you don’t have your own computer with you all the time, which makes it harder to get work done and also means you need to buy another laptop or desktop computer if you want to work from home. However, there are actually several all-in-one computers that can get the job done. These machines combine the processing power of an everyday computer with a monitor, but they’re slim enough that they won’t take up much space on your desk at home or in your office at work.

Top brands

Apple’s newest line of MacBooks are their thinnest and lightest models yet. With new features such as a Retina display, slimmer keyboard, and longer battery life, Apple promises a device that is as powerful as it is beautiful.

Microsoft’s Surface Book boasts an impressive 13.5 hour battery life, 10 hours more than the previous generation. The pen technology offers pressure sensitivity and supports up to 1024 levels of pressure which can be used with apps like Adobe Photoshop. The best part? It detaches from the keyboard to become a tablet so you can work on your couch or in bed without having to lug around your laptop. For those who need access to physical hardware (e.g., USB ports), Dell’s Precision 5510 packs everything into one machine while maintaining the sleek profile of a standard ultrabook. Whether you’re traveling across Europe or working remotely in your home office, these five all-in-one computers will have you living (and working) the dream!

Under $400

Lenovo’s Flex 5 is an affordable workhorse that takes care of all your remote working needs. The company just rolled out a new model that upgrades its predecessor by adding a sixth generation Intel Core i5 CPU and 8GB of RAM. If you’re looking to save some cash, there’s also the IdeaPad 520s, which is $150 cheaper than the Flex 5 and features a 15.6-inch display with 1080p resolution and 16GB of RAM, as well as Intel Core i7 processor options. For those who want a larger screen, the HP Pavilion 17t Touchscreen offers something in between at 17 inches. It can be configured with up to 32GB of RAM, up to 2TB of storage space and 7th Generation Intel Core processors.

FAQs about working from home

Working from home doesn’t have to be a dark and dreary slog through the online abyss. Often times, it can be quite a bit more tolerable with the right set up. In this post, we’ll take a look at five all-in-one computers that are specifically made for working remotely. We’re focusing on models that strike the perfect balance between practicality and portability, ensuring you can get your work done no matter where you’re at or what you need to do. It’s important to remember that while some laptops can offer everything an all-in-one PC does (and even more), they often come with tradeoffs like weight, size, battery life, and physical ports. You should also check out our roundup of The Best Portable Laptops if you need something smaller or less expensive than an all-in-one desktop.