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All in One vs traditional desktop setup


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What, if any, advantage is there in purchasing an all in one desktop versus a traditional setup with a tower and LCD monitor in terms of power consumption? Thanks.
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Power consumption is about the same for both of them.
Elsewhere, if an all-in-one packs up, it's probably going to be scrap and therefore cost more in the long run. Whereas independent components can be individually replaced in a "traditional" setup.
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