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Best desktop computers for small businesses in 2021

Whether you're a keen video editor needing all the processing power you can get, or just looking for a cheap and fast all-in-one PC to help you breeze through work, our unbiased reviews have been written to help you find the best desktop computer for your business needs.

We compared the latest desktop computers from the world's leading manufacturers – including Microsoft, Apple, Dell & HP – to track down the best business PCs on the market today. From premium flagship models to value for money winners, you're sure to find an option that suits your needs here.

Here are our top picks for 2021:
Dell Inspiron Compact Desktop
Dell XPS Desktop
Apple iMac
Dell Inspiron Compact Desktop
Dell inspiron compactThe cheapest of Dell's Inspiron range, this computer features 10th-gen Intel®️ CPU and is a great starting point if you're not in need of of the advanced processing power offered by Dell's XPS range (read more about that below).


The Dell Inspiron Compact can be configured to suit your needs:

Intel®️ Core™️ i7-10700 processor – up to 10th generation
M.2 PCIe NVMe Solid State Drive – up to 512GB
8Gx1, DDR4, 2933MHz Memory drive – up to 8GB

When purchasing your Dell Inspiron, you can choose to configure your processor depending on your needs.

The Intel Pentium processor is the most basic option on offer, but can only support 4GB of memory and a 1TB hard drive. Upgrading to the Intel Core i5 model increases your memory option up to 8GB, while choosing the Intel Core i7 Core will allow you to select up to 8GB of memory, with a 512GB solid state drive.

The cost of your desktop will vary, depending on the processor you select. The standard Intel Pentium can cost $649, while the i5 or i7 models will cost from $999 to $1399, depending on your configuration.