We test both sets of architecture to see which is best suited for your needs.
With a minute form factor and an unbeliveably low price, is this PC too good to be true?
HP's smart and compact Officejet 150 is the world's first mobile multifunction printer. Is it a worthy travel companion?
HP launches a superb fast and efficient MFP with proprietary printhead technology.
The latest PC/giant tablet arrives packing Windows 8 and a full-HD screen.
A sexy all-in-one desktop, which packs a crisp 23in display and NFC connectivity.
Apple's latest AiO features its Fusion drive, an 5mm-thin design and Intel Ivy Bridge power. Is it still the dream machine for power users or has it fallen behind the likes of the HP Z1?
This 27in machine supports 10-point multi-touch and includes full blown Windows 8. Could this be the future of the all-in-ones?
There's a lot to like about the Xerox WorkCentre 6605V/DN printer, but as our reviewer discovered, the benefits don't come without some downsides too.
The latest edition of the virtualisation software support Windows 8, but is it worth the paying £39 when there are products out there which are considerably cheaper.
This 23in IPS panel supports 10-point multi-touch and is optimised for use on Windows 8. The S2340T also boasts excellent flexibility, but it comes at a price...
Lenovo has squeezed the high-end Xeon processors and NVIDIA Quadro 600 graphics into a small-form-factor workstation. It makes for a powerful, but noisy machine.
Firm working on projection and digital signage systems.
A desktop scanner capable of scanning 30 pages per minute and a maximum workload of 2000 pages per day.
Dell tries to provide enterprise users with an all-in-one business machine in the form of the Optiplex. Can the 23in device de-throne the popular iMac range?
A 24in monitor with ample connectivity, but which is let down by its lack of flexibility, middling image quality and price.
Fujitsu's ScanSnap S1300i is compact, able to scan up to 12 pages per minute and interact with cloud services.
A fast, cheap workgroup inkjet printer with a touted printing speed of 60 pages per minute (ppm) thanks to waterfall printing technology.
Brother's desktop document scanner comes with the ability to scan directly to USB devices, but the image quality and speed can't quite match the offerings from competitors such as Canon.
This 27in All-in-One packs an Intel Ivy Bridge Xeon processor, 8GB of RAM and unprecedented access to the components. But is it worth the £2500 price?
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