A reason Gamers don't buy all-in-one PC's is that that the hardware is not that good and still there is sometimes a limited scope for upgrading. Maingear has some of these issues fixed with its Alpha 34. Maingears's Alpha 34 has genuinely good hardware.
The Maingear Alpha 34 has a 34-inch display with 1440p display with 8-core Intel Core i& processor (or an 18-core Xeon Chip), NVIDIA Titan X graphics and a very developed configuration and specifications and packs the punch in what is often seen in a more bigger tower. The Maingear Xeon has desktop sized parts. The Maingear Alpha 34 is equipped with a liquid cooling so that gamers don't have to bear with the sound of CPU fans the entire day.
The Maingear Alpha 34 starts at $1,999 (approximately Rs. 1,35,000)with a modest Core i3, 8GB Ram, Radeon R7 360X graphics and a 1TB hard drive. This is tad too expensive sum. The Maingear Alpha 34 can save out on a lot of space and still not compromise on performance. This is certainly a good bet if one wants a high-end gaming PC that is compact and saves space.