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Pro Good performance for the price
With a 7th generation i5, 8GB of RAM and a 128GB SSD, the Zen AiO offers great performance for day-to-day tasks such as browsing the web, editing documents, programming, and even some light photo editing. It also manages to handle some low-resource games such as Civilization V quite decently.
At $970 it's also one of the best all-in-one PCs as far as the price/performance ratio goes.
Pro Bright and colourful screen
The screen is very bright with lifelike and warm colours. Although images are not very sharp or as colour-accurate as some more expensive options.
Pro Fast loading times
Thanks to the included 128 GB storage the computer starts up almost instantly and programs load quickly if they are installed on that drive.
Pro Produces very enjoyable sound
Directed toward the user, the speakers are able to produce loud audio without getting distorted even at high volumes.
Pro The keyboard is very comfortable to type on
The default wireless keyboard is very comfortable. The keys have decent travel distance and offer great feedback when typing.
Pro Plenty of USB ports
There are in total of 6 USB ports available. Great if you have a lot of peripheral devices to connect to it. Two of them are the faster USB 3.1 while four are 3.0 USB ports.
Con The keyboard and mouse are powered by disposable batteries
The built-in wireless keyboard and mouse are powered by disposable batteries instead of rechargeable cells.
Con Basic mouse and keyboard
Opposed to the solid designed chassis the include keyboard and mouse are very basic and feel cheap.
Con No USB-C ports
You will not find any USB-C ports on this computer. In the future, when the standard will become more popular you may start to feel the lack of these ports.
Con Can’t be used as a screen only
There’s no HDMI input so you can’t connect another computer to the monitor.