Some instructors see the syllabus as a simple outline of the course topics, while others add everything related to the course as well as the kitchen sink. An effective syllabus lies somewhere in between. It should contain only the most important course-level information and link to other documents or resources related to broader topics—e.g., the program or campus—and narrower topics—e.g., detailed instructions for individual assignments or class activities.
Fundamental, course-level information can be broken down into a few categories:
Santa Clara University provides suggestions for how you could communicate four important University matters that pertain to students in every class:
Course syllabi and course websites provide faculty members with ways to communicate course-specific information and selected University policies to students. All Santa Clara University syllabi must refer students to certain campus policies. These statements are required by the Provost’s Office, EEO and Title IX, and the Office of Accessible Education.
Reminder about Attendance Policy and Religious Holidays
Faculty are strongly encouraged to include information about their attendance policies in the syllabus. As noted in the Undergraduate Bulletin, attendance policy is left to the discretion of the instructor, subject to accommodations required by law and by University policy. Among those situations requiring accommodation (e.g. absence without penalty and the opportunity to make up missed work or exams) is participation is significant religious holidays. Please be aware that two important Jewish holidays often fall during the first weeks of the quarter: Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.
Our Jesuit tradition and identity invites us to remember that education involves teaching the whole person -- cura personalis. In that spirit, some faculty include wellness statements on their syllabi. Associated Students have asked all faculty to consider including such as this one in their course information or addressing wellness concerns in other ways with students.
This document, developed by our colleagues in Campus Safety, is intended to help faculty and students prepare for emergencies such as fire, earthquakes, or other incidents that may occur while we are in class.
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Dr. Kevin Kelly, Lecturer at San Francisco State University
Sep 19, 2022
Exams for Classes 9 and 12 in Himachal Pradesh will be conducted in two terms
Secondary stage examinations in Himachal Pradesh for 2021-22 batch of Class 9 and 12, under the National Education Policy (NEP)-2020, would be conducted in two terms on the basis of 50:50 syllabus in November 2021 and March 2022 respectively.
Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education in a notification said, "Under NEP 2020, secondary stage examinations for 2021-22 batch of class 9th to 12th will be conducted in two terms on the basis of 50:50 syllabus in November 2021 and March 2022 respectively.
There will also be a reduction of 30 per cent in the course as per the last academic session 2020-21, the notification read.
(This story has not been edited by Careers360 staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)
Chitkara University, Himachal Pradesh is a Private university in Himachal Pradesh. It is located in Pinjore-Barotiwala National Highway (NH-21A) Himachal Pradesh - 174 103. Given below are the B.Sc. Textiles and Apparel Designing colleges affiliated to Chitkara University, Himachal Pradesh.
It looks and acts like an autonomous robot, but as you watch the machine in action, you realize it’s drawing construction markings. This is HP, so of course, it’s a printer.
At Autodesk University, HP introduced and demonstrated its HP SitePrint robot. The automated robot draws complex construction site layouts in less time than the manual process. SitePrint removes a bottleneck in the construction process. HP noted that the robot can Excellerate productivity by as much as ten times. “The goal of SitePrint is productivity,” Xavi Juarez, director of construction services at HP, told Design News. “We had a team that started working on this more than four years ago. The objective was productivity gains. We did the testing at customer sites. We worked on more than 80 projects.”
SitePrint was designed for autonomous operation, including obstacle avoidance. Juarez noted it can print lines and complex objects accurately with consistent repeatability. The text-printing capabilities bring data from the digital model to the construction site. “The issue this solves is the time it takes to do this work while other construction work waits,” said Juarez. “It’s hard to find skilled people to do this work.”
The concept of SitePrint came from an internal idea competition at HP’s Barcelona research and development center. “It began as an innovation contest for employees. We set up teams that had to go through a process with milestones and validation with customers,” said Juarez. “This was the winning one. After an in-depth investigation, we funded the team for further development and testing.”
According to HP, SitePrint includes a suite of technologies designed to automate the site layout process. The technology includes:
HP brought customers into the development process of SitePrint to make sure the robot was able to deliver the accuracy of a skilled worker. “The existing manual layout process can be slow and labor intensive. Despite being done by specialists, there is always the risk of human error, which can result in costly reworks,” said Albert Zulps, director of emerging technology at Skanska, a construction and development company that utilizes SitePrint on two US projects. “Layout experts are a scarce resource who add a lot of value in terms of planning and strategy, but often end up dedicating most of their time to manual execution.”
HP’s SitePrint robot is available now to customers in North America through an early access program. The final product and a wider commercial launch are planned for 2023. “The manufacturing will be done in Barcelona.,” said Juarez.
Promotion: technology brand HP has invited designers and architects to present a series of talks discussing how forward-thinking design can better meet user needs.
The brand's six webinars cover a range of topics, including changes in residential design following the coronavirus pandemic, designing for workplace environments, how drawing can be a powerful communicative tool, sustainable beach houses and the impact of small, everyday objects.
In the series, HP aims to showcase "how leading certified are helping to build a better world through smarter design and construction".
Swiss design studio Big-Game joined HP for the first webinar in the series, in which studio founders Augustin Scott de Martinville, Grégoire Jeanmonod and Elric Petit discussed "how everyday objects can Excellerate the spaces where we live and work".
The webinar describes a selection of Big-Game's furniture and products that represent the studio's ethos of improving living conditions through smart design and construction.
Robert Palomba, co-founder of interior design studio Palomba Serafini Associati, presented a webinar on the conditions of post-pandemic living standards.
In the talk, Palomba explores changes in how we use our homes following the Covid-19 pandemic and how design can reflect evolving habits.
"A lot of people are starting to think of their homes in a different way," he said. "Before it was just a place to go to sleep or have a shower before going out with friends. Now people are starting to feel their home as a place to stay and a place that has to represent ourselves."
Using their own architectural designs as examples, Brazilian studio FGMF Arquitetos partners Fernando Forete and Lourenço Gimenes led a webinar on the future of designing office spaces.
Forte and Gimenes discuss how workplace design has changed in the last decade and how architects can better meet user needs.
In a webinar titled Balancing Digital and Natural, owner of American practice Olson Kundig Architects Kirsten R Murray proposes office interiors should incorporate natural design elements.
Murray explains that as the workplace has become increasingly digitised, designers must reconsider how the working environment is designed and the importance of providing a connection to nature.
Based in Lagos, Nigeria, architect Tosin Oshinowo presented a talk on the sustainable evolution of West African beach houses.
In the webinar, Oshinowo explores how gaining independence influenced architecture in African countries, tropical modernist design and projects completed by her studio, CmDesign Atelier.
Oshinowo explains how CmDesign Atelier's beach house designs aim "to create comfortable spaces with passive systems of servicing while also being able to incorporate a social sustainability".
For the final webinar in the series, HP invited Two Worlds Design podcast host Hamza Shaikh to discuss the importance of drawings in sparking conversation and "creating a positive impact on society".
In the talk titled Drawing up positive change using architecture, Shaikh explains how he uses drawing as a tool for communicating and unpacks the progression of a sketch to a realised building.
To view more of its webinars visit HP's website.
This article was written by Dezeen for HP as part of a partnership. Find out more about Dezeen partnership content here.
If you like to write, browse, game, or work in different parts of your home or office, a good laptop in 2022 is a necessity. There are many to choose from, but you can narrow down your options by looking at laptops from the most established and respected brands first.
Here’s a list of the best laptop brands in 2022 to get you started.
Dell’s work, particularly in the ultrabook field, has yielded an incredible new crop of ultraportable laptops that are powerful and have excellent battery life. If you need a PC for work or school and want it to last for as long as possible, Dell’s machines are a great choice. And Dell has arguably one of the best business laptops in its Latitude 7430 line, which offers a solid design and multi-day battery life.
This is especially true with its XPS models, which do everything to a high standard. They have the latest high-resolution screens, connections, software, and innovative materials. The latest 2021 XPS 13 is no exception, staying on top as the compact laptop with which to compare everything else. A new XPS 13 is on the way with a complete redesign and an update to 12th-generation Intel CPUs; we’ll update this list once we’ve had a chance to review the new machine. For those who like larger screens, the 17-inch XPS 17 is one of our favorite reviewed models this year.
And Dell isn’t resting on its laurels. It’s already released new versions of the XPS 15 and XPS 17 with Intel’s 12th-gen Alder Lake CPUs, leveraging the new hybrid design for increased performance and efficiency. Existing XPS models are some of our favorite laptops ever, ticking just about every box you can think of. Additionally, Dell models like the Inspiron 14 5000 are some of the most affordable options.
Dell’s laptops look great, offer decent internal hardware, and have heaps of style (and they have some of the best ruggedized options on the market). They’re made with premium materials, sport a solid battery life, and are light and portable. Some of Dell’s budget or business-oriented laptops can be a little lackluster, but in the XPS line, it’s hit after hit. And Dell’s getting experimental as well — the XPS 13 Plus adds some innovative features to the line such as a row of touch function keys and a haptic touchpad.
If there’s one thing that nearly everyone agrees on, it’s that Apple laptops are reliable and predictably high-quality, and they last a long time with updates that support older laptops long past when other brands have bit the dust. When you buy a MacBook, you know what to expect. You’ll get a fantastic screen, solid battery life, and a beautiful chassis with thin bezels. They do tend to be more expensive than their Windows counterparts, but when it comes to style, ease of use, and reliability, Apple laptops are top-notch.
Apple previously updated the MacBook line with its own faster CPUs and added connectivity while removing the controversial Touch Bar — all without raising prices. From fixing long-acknowledged problems with its keyboard design to shifting its laptops over to its own internal ARM M1 chip for the MacBook Air and the incredibly fast M1 Pro and M1 Max variants in the MacBook 14 and 16, it’s a great time to be an Apple fan. The Apple M2 is the latest chip, showing up in the MacBook Pro 13 M2 and the MacBook Air M2.
HP may not have always had the best laptop reputation, but the latest laptops from HP have taken some design cues from its contemporaries and have really raised the bar. Its current notebooks are fast, powerful, and easier for consumers to adopt for their personal projects. They’re also quite lovely, with a toned-down, gem-cut design adorning the Spectre line and a sleek, modern look to the latest Envy 15. Through it all, HP has earned a reputation for reliable laptops with very competent customer service.
Today, HP is a contender against some of the best laptop manufacturers in the world. Its Spectre x360 stole the show against the Surface Laptop in our head-to-head and continues to impress with HP’s consistent model upgrade philosophy. The OLED version of the Spectre x360 16 and Spectre x360 13.5 provide incredibly bright and vibrant displays that will please creative types and Netflix binge-watchers alike. If you need a thin laptop, be sure to check out the company’s latest Elite Dragonfly line.
Customer support options place HP in the top five of all manufacturers. With options for up to three years of a comprehensive warranty, you can net yourself some serious protection for your new laptop, too.
HP’s laptops may not always steal the show, but its lineup of hardware is stronger today than it’s ever been and well worth considering if you want an alternative to some of the above offerings.
A decade ago, no one would have thought that Microsoft would be one of the best laptop brands in the world, but today, it has a well-earned spot on this list. After a few iterations of Surface tablets with some reliability issues, Microsoft claimed a 99.999% reliability in 2017 on its new Surface devices and offers hardware that is often class-leading in its own way.
The Surface Book 3 has excellent battery life like its predecessor and adds even more power, and Microsoft’s Surface Pro 8 is one of our favorite 2-in-1s right now. Microsoft also updated its hardware lineup ahead of the launch of Windows 11. New to the list is the Surface Laptop Studio, which replaces the Surface Book for creative professionals, while the Surface Pro 8 mentioned above is a significant upgrade that adds refinement and polish at a cost.
Even more midrange devices like the Surface Laptop 4 (with both 13- and 15-inch versions) and a budget tablet like the Surface Go 3 help bolster Microsoft as one of the best laptop brands today.
The company also offers a standard one-year warranty for Surface products should new owners run into trouble, with 90 days of free technical support. If you are more interested in a tablet-like 2-in-1 for professional purposes, Microsoft has also updated the Surface Pro X (2020), which is an alternative to the iPad Pro with more connection options and Windows 10 on an ARM chip.
Not all Surface devices are fantastic, and their prices tend to escalate very fast as you choose higher specs, but they’re still some of the best task-oriented laptops on the market.
Asus laptops might not often take the top spot in our best-of lists, but they usually warrant a medal placing due to their fantastic all-around capabilities. The current crop of its laptops includes thin and light Zenbooks, affordable Chromebooks, and powerful gaming machines like the incredible 2020 ROG Zephyrus G14. And as much as anyone, Asus is leading the movement to tiny bezels that pack as much laptop as possible into the smallest chassis.
For the savvy consumer who favors attractive and distinct-looking tech, look no further than the Asus Zenbook S 13 OLED. This laptop features a beautiful OLED screen and an AMD Ryzen 7 6800U CPU for astounding performance in such a tiny laptop. There are other stellar choices in the Asus family, including the ZenBook Pro 16X which provides an innovative keyboard design and outstanding performance, and ZenBook Pro 14 Duo OLED which features not just one, but two, outstanding displays. Both of those laptops feature slim bezels, powerful performance, and well-built chassis.
Asus has also been bold with experimenting with new designs, and it’s one of the earlier companies to give its own take and spin on laptops with two screens, but in a more traditional form factor that we know today.
Asus strongly resembles David in the story of David and Goliath. The lesser-known company continues to stack up against giants like Dell, HP, and Apple. It makes reliable laptops at genuinely affordable prices — and the company takes it a step further by adding a year of accident- and spill-protection warranties for free.
Razer is well-known for its flashy gaming accessories, but the brand also offers a powerful line of gaming laptops designed to take even demanding games on the go or support a more versatile VR experience that doesn’t chain you to a desktop space. Razer laptops are built well and they last forever — at least until they’re no longer able to run the latest title at acceptable frame rates.
Just how good are we talking? The 2020 Razer Blade 15 introduced an incredible 300Hz refresh rate display, and the Blade line regularly makes our lists for the best gaming computers, offering the power, RAM, display, and cooling capacity that gamers need for the best results. And with the release of our pick for the best gaming laptop, the Razer Blade 14 with AMD Ryzen 6000 chips, the future looks very bright.
However, Razer doesn’t only impress with gaming laptops. The Razer Book 13, essentially a powerhouse stripped of gaming flair, impressed us so much we wondered if it was “nearly the perfect laptop.”
Lenovo is a brand that we have long associated with reliability, as its long-lived line of workhorse ThinkPad/IdeaPad computers have shown up in offices and classrooms year after year. They may not always look like much, but they’re durable and more than ready to get the job done. It’s something that the brand has become increasingly skilled at.
In latest years, Lenovo has made a push for extra-portable laptops and 2-in-1s without compromising on specs, and the results have been particularly impressive. The ThinkPad X1 Carbon line continues to be one of the best business laptops available, and the 10th-generation’s updates have been very welcome.
The Slim 9i emerged as one of the best 14-inch laptops in 2022, while the latest ThinkPad X1 Nano is one of the best choices for an ultra-portable laptop under 2 pounds. Meanwhile, the ThinkPad X12 with its detachable screen is a worthy alternative to Surface Pro and Surface Book computers. Lenovo announced a brand new line, the ThinkPad Z, at CES 2022, and it promises to be a formidable addition.
You’ll find that Acer laptops and accessories frequently show up on our recommendations for affordable or budget computing. And while the brand does have a respectable reputation for producing competent budget models like the Acer Aspire 5, Acer also has other specializations that help it stand out in the right situations.
Take the Acer Swift 5 2020, which we found to be one of the best showcases of Intel’s 11th-gen Tiger Lake processors outside of Dell’s models; an ideal choice for a slim laptop that still packs a punch. Or the Acer Swift 3 OLED that comes with an amazing display for the price.
Then there are more ambitious laptops that manage to be the perfect solution for specific needs, like the Acer ConceptD 7 Ezel with a unique design (allowing six different positions) meant specifically for creative professionals and performance that wowed us. There’s a reason the ConceptD 7 Ezel won our Editor’s Choice Award upon review, and every artist should give Acer a look when upgrading to a new laptop.
Start looking for gaming laptops, and it won’t be too long before you’re looking at some of MSI’s creations. MSI has a reputation for producing extra-solid gaming machines without the flair and RGB add-ons. They’re no-nonsense laptops that get you playing fast and can put in a solid day’s work when needed.
Recent years have also seen a more streamlined focus from MSI that has produced good results and improved the brand’s products. The MSI Prestige 14 Evo, for example, is a strong choice if you are looking for a more affordable 14-inch laptop that can still handle gaming, while the MSI GE76 Raider is a reasonable option if Razer’s Blade laptops are looking a little too pricey for you. We also found the 2021 version of the GS66 Stealth is one of the best options for 1440p resolution gaming at 240Hz. That’s certainly an achievement for a 15-inch laptop!
If you’re in the Windows camp, now is an excellent time to start shopping for a new laptop. Microsoft launched its new Windows 11 operating system, so we’ll start seeing plenty of devices that are refreshed or upgraded to ship with the new OS. If you already have a fairly latest model running Windows 10, it will likely be upgradeable to Windows 11, and you won’t need to buy a new laptop. However, if you want the best performance for gaming, creative work, or general productivity tasks, you’ll want to consider Intel’s 12th-gen Alder Lake chips and AMD’s Ryzen 6000 series. For Apple fans, MacOS Monterey has been released, and the Mac-maker has recently launched updates to its MacBook Pro range with its own even more powerful silicon.
Thanks to the power of integrated graphics, only gamers or those doing 3D design work need a dedicated graphics card. If you find yourself playing high-end games or working in Adobe’s software suite frequently, you’ll likely want to choose a notebook with discrete graphics. AMD’s latest Radeon RX 6000 series and Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 3000 series are excellent options. There are tradeoffs to having a discrete GPU on a notebook — these laptops are generally thicker, heavier, and more expensive than models that lack it. If you’re a casual gamer, opting for a model with integrated Intel Xe or integrated Radeon graphics will be sufficient.
This all depends on what you intend to do with your laptop. Most users will be fine with 16GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, but if you’re doing video editing or need to store a lot of large files, you may want to go even higher. Upgrading the storage and memory will quickly drive up the cost of your laptop, so you’ll have to balance your needs with your budget. And with cloud-based PC solutions such as Microsoft’s Windows 365 Cloud PC subscription, you may not need to max out on your physical hardware, as your laptop will serve as the thin client to stream a desktop that’s hosted in the cloud. Be sure to check out our laptop buying guide to get an idea of what to look for and what to expect in 2022.
Absolutely! Gaming laptops and PCs are among the most powerful consumer systems on the market today, and you don’t need a dedicated system for play and one for work. Instead, get the most powerful system that your wallet can afford, and you can use it for a variety of tasks, including gaming, cloud and web applications, programming, creative edits, and general office tasks. Some systems, like Razer’s laptops, are generally well-built with subtle enough designs that won’t look garish or out of place if you take them with you into the boardroom. Many laptops that are specifically designed for gaming will come with more aggressive styling that may not look too professional for use at work, but they’ll still pack plenty of power to edit videos, apply creative touches to photos, and work in spreadsheets and Word documents.
There are many factors that go into making a laptop great. If you’re looking for a mobile solution, find something with a screen size ranging from 12 to 14 inches. This will give you a compact enough system with a large enough display to multitask and stay productive. If you care about the screen, choosing one with an OLED display will give you better contrast and colors, but they tend to be more expensive. Another factor to test on a laptop is the keyboard — most of your interactions will be through the keyboard and trackpad, so you’ll want to choose a model with deep key travel and a comfortable, ergonomic typing experience. A keyboard with shallow keys means that the keys will bottom out more quickly, leading to finger fatigue.
That will generally vary from person to person. If you’re not pushing your laptop with performance tasks, it should last you for years as long as you take care of it. Many PC models allow you to upgrade either the storage, memory, or both, allowing the system to grow with you as your needs change.
A desktop computer is great, but perhaps you don’t want all the associated bulk on your desk or floor. Laptops are great, but they target work-on-the-go functionality rather than brain-melting performance. That’s where an all-in-one (AIO) PC comes in: it crams a great desktop computer and a bright and beautiful monitor into one so you have more room to breathe and play.
Our favorite all-in-one PC is the HP Envy 34, with its fantastic hardware selection and premium styling. But there are plenty of other great models to choose from, from the Apple iMac to the Dell Inspiron 7000.
Here’s our list of the best all-in-one computers you can buy right now.
Lenovo Yoga A940
Best AIO for creatives
Why you should buy this: It's currently the best AIO desktop computer you can buy.
Who's it for: The space-conscious PC user who wants power without a hefty tower.
Why we picked the HP Envy 34:
HP's Envy AIOs have always been impressive machines, but this latest machine effortlessly rises to the top. No need to worry if an AIO will have the necessary power with this model: It comes packed to the brim with excellent specs including an 12th-generation, eight-core Intel processor, 16GB of RAM, and not to mention the expansive 34-inch, 5120 x 2160 resolution display.
No matter what you have in mind for this AIO, it's ready to handle it. That extends to the Nvidia GeForce GTX 3060 graphics card, which can power your gaming adventures, and twin Thunderbolt 4 connections (plus USB-A and USB-C and an SD card reader). Storage comes in with a 1TB PCIe NVMe solid-state drive (SSD), enough for most purposes, and Wi-Fi 6 is supported.
The package also includes a magnetic webcam that you can attach to five different positions along the monitor depending on what works best for you. Overall, while not everyone needs this full spec package, it's the best AIO we've come across so far.
HP Envy 34 AIO
The best all-around AIO computer
Why you should buy this: It's the most powerful iMac that Apple has ever released, and the new color options are striking.
Who's it for: Anyone that wants a simple AIO with enough power to handle most tasks.
Why we picked the Apple iMac M1:
Apple's 2021 update to the iMac brought us a colorful, 24-inch version of the popular all-in-one, now equipped with Apple's own M1 processor chip. The new, extra-thin design comes with a variety of color options, but the real star here is the 4.5K, 4480 x 2520 resolution screen for incredibly distinct images (not to mention 100% in the sRGB ranges and 90% in the AdobeRGB range for color). As always, it's an excellent option for artists and designers -- as long as you don't mind working with MacOS.
In addition to Apple's powerful M1 chip (which is indeed an upgrade compared to past smaller iMacs), this iMac also has a seven-core GPU (upgradeable to eight cores), 8GB of RAM, and up to 512GB of storage. The base model comes with two Thunderbolt 4/USB4 ports, but upgraded models add USB-A and Gigabit Ethernet ports, too.
The downside is that the only option for the iMac M1 version is the smaller 24-inch model, which does cut down on display room. The larger 27-inch iMacs have Intel Core i9 chips that are powerful, but they're not a patch on the newer Apple M1.
Apple iMac M1 (2021)
Best Apple AIO computer
Why you should buy this: It's the most powerful 27-inch iMac you can buy.
Who's it for: Apple fans that want a 27-inch AIO and can't wait for a new model.
Why we picked the Apple iMac 5K 27-inch:
Apple has moved to its own M1 silicon on the 24-inch iMac, but the 27-inch model with a 5K screen is still using Intel chips. Although hotter and more power-hungry than its M1 counterpart, the 27-inch iMac is still the best 27-inch all-in-one around -- at least until Apple refreshes the model with its own chip.
You don't have the same color options, but the iconic silver design of the iMac looks as good as ever. Under the hood, you're looking at up to a 10th-gen Intel Core i7 processor with eight cores, up to 128GB of memory, 512GB of storage, and critically, an AMD Radeon Pro 5500 XT. The 27-inch iMac isn't a gaming machine, but the dedicated GPU gives it some thin gaming legs to stand on.
If you're panic about support, don't -- Apple has already said it's dedicated to support Intel machines for many years to come, including the 27-inch iMac 5K. The Intel chip inside this model may run hotter, but it shreds through almost any task put before it. Compared to the previous generation, we found improvements of up to 48% in some tasks.
The iMac Pro is a more powerful machine, but it's much more expensive, too. This machine comes with a Xeon CPU instead of the Intel Core i7 processor, and that change represents a big price increase. You'll spend at least $3,800 for a refurbished iMac Pro, and as much as $7,200.
Apple iMac 5K 27-inch
Best 27-inch Apple AIO
Why you should buy this: It's a solid budget all-in-one that packs the latest hardware.
Who's it for: Home office users that want the power of an ultrabook in the form of an all-in-one.
Why we picked the Dell Inspiron 27 7000:
The Inspiron 27 7000 model from Dell is perfect if you need an AIO computer that the whole family can enjoy. It's barely more than our budget options but has a top-notch appearance, and it offers lots of up-to-date high-performance hardware for every family member.
Dell's most latest Inspiron AIO PC showcases an HD 27-inch InfinityEdge screen that transitions to a more compact display and slender bezels. Behind this display are the most current Core i7-1165G7 processor by Intel, memory up to 12GB, and a PCIe NVMe SSD with a storage capacity of 512GB. The configurations also include Nvidia’s subtle GeForce MX330 GPU.
This computer is ideal for those who need lots of connectivity. It has four USB-A ports, one USB-C port, and HDMI output and inputs. It also features an SD card reader, wired Ethernet, Bluetooth version 5.1, a pop-up webcam, and Wi-Fi 6(2×2), making the Dell Inspiron 27 7000 an outstanding PC for your family.
Dell Inspiron 27 7000
Best AIO family computer
Why you should buy this: HP's AIO has the latest processor and comes with excellent security options.
Who's it for: Businesses willing to pay a bit more for an AIO hub for serious work.
Why we chose the HP EliteOne 840 G9:
Businesses and remote work employees willing to spend a bit more will be more than happy with this upgraded HP AIO. It’s stacked with serious specs, including a 12-core 12th-gen Intel chip, 16GB of RAM, and a 512GB SSD. The 24-inch screen also includes touchscreen capabilities, something that’s hard to find in many AIOs.
The EliteOne is also made for remote meetings, with HP Auto Frame and other webcam benefits to keep your picture clear while teleconferencing. It also comes with HP Wolf Pro Security, a welcome addition for small businesses looking for built-in security software that they can trust.
Ports for the computer include HDMI 2.0a, USB-A, DisplayPort 1.4, and USB-C. There are also several expansion slots for future upgrades if you decide that your workstation needs more storage capacity or memory.
HP EliteOne 840 G9
Best business AIO
Why you should buy this: It's as cheap as all-in-one desktops come.
Who's it for: Families and students who need solid computing power with a dedicated graphics card.
Why we chose the Lenovo IdeaCentre AIO 3:
Lenovo's IdeaCentre line is a healthy mix of affordability and performance. The AMD Ryzen 4500U processor provides enough power for juggling both work and play, while the 24-inch FHD display saves on space while offering minimalistic cable management options in the back.
This particular model comes with 16GB of RAM and 512GB of SSD storage space. Work-friendly features like the 720p webcam with a built-in privacy shutter make it a great choice for remote work situations at a lower cost than many all-in-ones.
Ports, however, are somewhat limited on the IdeaCentre AIO 3: There are two USB-A 3.0 and two USB-A 2.0 connections, but no USB-C options, and nothing like the advanced USB4 ports that the iMac M1 can offer. An HDMI port and a three-in-one card reader are also included.
Lenovo IdeaCentre AIO 3
Best budget AIO computer
Why you should buy this: It's a desktop Chrome computer with a unique, affordable design.
Who's it for: Students, apartments, and homes that need a multipurpose, speedy desktop.
Why we chose the HP Chromebase All-in-One:
A Chrome-based desktop has several advantages: It's affordable, speedy to start up, and offers an easy-to-learn experience for accomplishing tasks easily. HP's 22-inch Chromebase also adds some interesting features that make this AIO especially versatile: The display is made to quickly flip to a tilted-back vertical position for easier video chatting and remote work/learning. It's a good combination with the touchscreen capabilities as well, allowing you to quickly swipe through searches or use apps the way you are most comfortable with (a camera shutter and parental controls are included).
Inside this HP Chromebase All-in-One, you'll find a 10th-gen, dual-core Intel Core i3-10110U processor, 16GB of RAM, and a 256GB PCIe NVMe SSD drive for storage. Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.0 are both supported here, and there's USB-C for power delivery, DisplayPort 1.2 for more complex monitor connections, and a SuperSpeed USB-A port. Communication is enabled with a 5-megapixel cam and mic array, along with dual 5W speakers.
HP Chromebase All-in-One
Best Chrome OS AIO
What is an all-in-one computer?
These computers combine the PC “tower” — where the integral chips, cards, and drives of the computer reside — with the monitor display. The result looks a lot like a hefty monitor but does not require a PC tower to operate. This is great for saving on space and getting everything in one box, but you give up the ability to upgrade specific parts of the computer like the monitor or certain performance aspects. The iMac is a classic example, but as you can see from our list, many brands produce all-in-one models.
What are the advantages of all-in-one computers?
They are compact computers that help save on space, especially if you don’t really have the space for a PC tower. Since the tower and monitor are combined, there are also fewer cables to manage. If you are in a situation where you need to move your desktop computer around frequently, it’s much easier to move an all-in-one. You also don't have to worry about picking individual accessories, as AIOs tend to ship with their own keyboards, webcams, and mice. They also tend to have larger displays that function well for work or general family use.
What are the disadvantages of all-in-one computers?
You’re generally stuck with the display that the computer comes with, and upgrading the display typically means buying a new computer entirely. A PC tower allows users to choose their own upgrades for specific components and is designed to make those upgrades as effortless as possible. But on an all-in-one, upgrading specific components may be difficult or impossible. There’s also no room for adding or improving cooling systems, another reason they aren’t common gaming computers.
However, some parts of AIOs may be upgradeable depending on the model. Many iMacs, for example, have extra slots to increae memory. Picks like the HP EliteOne come with expansion bays for a variety of add-ons. But you're still stuck with components like the screen.
Should I buy an all-in-one computer or a desktop PC?
All-in-one computers make great whole-household computers or workstation computers for straightforward tasks and larger displays for multitasking. They can also handle demanding software if you choose models with the appropriate specs. As you can see with picks like the Studio 2 or 5K iMac, they are popular options for artists and designers, too.
However, if you prefer to upgrade your computer components over time or want a more specialized display, pick a traditional desktop PC instead. That means all-in-ones aren’t for gamers, users who need true ultrawides, or those who want to keep their PCs for as long as possible. They also may not be the best choice for entertainment center PCs.
What should I look for in an all-in-one computer?
Look for a large, detailed display. This is one of the great advantages of all-in-ones, especially if you have specific visual requirements for your work/play and you won’t be able to replace the display later like you can with other PCs. Look for around 24 to 27 inches to start with and 4K resolution if you have any interest in a higher resolution. Some are touchscreens, but this feature isn’t always important on an all-in-one.
It’s better to go big on specs. A powerful processor and extra RAM will help the all-in-one stay useful for a longer lifespan. If you’re doing any video editing or want your all-in-one to serve as a gaming PC, make sure you have a capable GPU as well. Remember, all these specs are hard or impossible to upgrade on an all-in-one, so you keep what you buy.
Don’t worry as much about storage: A good external hard drive makes a great accessory for an all-in-one for both backups and extra storage.
Choose the operating system you like. Apple’s iMacs are some of the best all-in-ones around, but you may need to shop for a different option if you prefer the Windows operating system, and vice versa.
Do AIO computers include a webcam?
Yes, most all-in-one computers should include a webcam to enable video conferencing and similar abilities. It's not an absolute guarantee, but even if your preferred model lacks a webcam, you can still find some great third-party cams to attach. These webcams are easier to adjust and generally safer as you can always disconnect them.
If you're interesting in saving money on a computer, take a look at the current best desktop deals, too. And if you're still doing research, you may want to see our list of the best desktop computers overall, too!
Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education (HPBOSE) has declared the HP Board Class 12 Supplementary examination result for August 2022 session today, October 7. Students who took the supplementary examination can check the result on the official website at hpbose.org. Candidates can check their HPBOSE class 12th Supplementary results through their roll number.
HP Board 12th supplementary Result 2022: Know how to check
Visit the official website at hbpbose.org
On the homepage, click on the result tab
Next, click on “12th (Compartment/Improvement/Additional/Diploma Holder(Re-Appear)) Examination Result, August-2022”
Enter your roll number and click on search button
HP Board 12th supplementary result 2022 will appear on the screen
Download it and and take print out for future reference.